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Wolfpack – Light ‘Em Up (Prod. Rayne Drop) [Audio]

Prince Albert, SK – Saskatchewan’s own Wolfpack trio recently dropped another new audio release off the forthcoming Wolfpack EP. This joint is entitled “Light ‘Em Up.” And it actually samples – get this – a track by Fall Out Boy called “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark.” So it’s got this mash-up of rock influence underneath Mer and Chuck Woods’ showboat verses about being young and invincible. Unlike Fall Out Boy – because they are now old and less relevant. You feel me? Check “Light ‘Em Up” below.

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Love how Wolfpack has really started coming into their own. For starters, they’ve got Rayne Drop. He samples and chops songs like none other (remember when he made that Lorde joint into a bromance track of supreme crew posse loving? Then we’ve got the rap-cats: Mer and Chuck Woods. Both have distinctly different styles of flow and verse that somehow mesh together into what we’ve now come to know as Wolfpack.


Twitter: @ChuckWoodss | @RayneGretzky

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