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Wolfpack – Come With Me (Prod. Rayne Drop) [Audio]

Prince Albert, SK – The Wolfpack duo (Chuck Woods and Mer) teamed up with producer Rayne Drop for the release of their second single drop off the forthcoming Wolfpack EP. The track is entitled “Come With Me.” And it’s a party joint with bounce.

The sampled “come with me now” hook laces itself throughout the track; as a strongly suggested mandate to go get down with the Wolfpack. And Chuck Woods is detailing his night with a bottle of Jameson in his verses. Dude’s Irish, too. So I can see it. Love how the “Jamey’s in my system” line happens; as opposed to – you know – something like “Henny’s in my system.” This is the non-trappy-rappy version of a turn-up track. You won’t really feel like wilding out; but you will want to bounce. Mad props to Rayne Drop for messing with a sampling of Kongos’ “Come With Me Now,” and working the Irish feels. Check it out.


Wolfpack - Come With Me (Prod. Rayne Drop) [Audio] -

Twitter: @Chuckwoodss | @RayneGretzky

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