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Wolfpack – Bass Club [Audio]

Prince Albert, SK – Only days away from the drop-date of their Wolfpack EP release, Wolfpack recently released their latest single, “Bass Club.” MCs Chuck Woods and Mer spit their verses over an easy-going throwback beat produced by Rayne Drop.

This “Bass Club” sounds like a pretty legit place to kick it. It’s kind of like Vegas: “What happens at the Bass Club/ Stays at the Bass Club.” So here’s what goes down at said Bass Club: Wolfpack performs for free, because it isn’t “about the wage.” And the skinny MC boy gets six groupies. Six groupies. Ya heard? And I see what y’all did there with that “Grab a beer/Or a whiskey…” line. Because Chuck is Irish, and drinks whiskey, and stuff (more on this on Wolfpack’s previous release “Come With Me Now,” in which a bottle of Jameson serves a muse, of sorts). Check out the audio for “Bass Club” below and get ready for the Wolfpack EP release on May 26.

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