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Chuck Woods & Mighty Rhino – Let’s Stay [Audio]

Prince Albert, SK – Holy damn diggity. The Wolfpack crew just brought the heat on this new joint. The Saskatchewan-based crew is gearing up to launch their forthcoming Wolfpack or Nothing album on Sept. 15. And as a last-minute hype campaign, the guys hit us with two singles that didn’t make it on to the project: “Let’s Stay” and “Down Below” (check out “Down Below” over here).

This track puts the spotlight on the crew’s producer, Rayne Drop. Rayne has a knack for sampling joints that you’d never think could be sample-able in hip-hop. He’s done Lorde. He’s done KONGOS. And each time, he nails it. This track takes it back, though. Rayne delivers a solid dose of old-school ’90s production, laced with an upbeat breezy dose of soul. I’ve never seen Rayne do soul before. AND I LOVE THIS BEAT.

Wolfpack MC Mer took a break on this track. So Chuck Woods and Rayne Drop brought Toronto rapper Mighty Rhino in on the track, instead. Rhino ups the sexual-factor of the Wolfpack content by like 500 per cent. Seriously. This is -potentially- the steamiest verse I’ve heard on a Wolfpack track. Chuck pulls a bit of a Common (circa “I Used To Love H.E.R.”) here by using his verse to parallel his relationship with women and his relationship with the rap game. Check it below.

Mer & Troy Junker - Down Below [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

Wolfpack Or Nothing is slated for release on Sep. 15. You can pre order your copy via iTunes and get three tracks off the album right away. Do it up, people!


Twitter: @MightyRhino | @ChuckWoodss | @RayneGretzky | @SasksWolfpack

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