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Kyle Wildfern’s new single “Jerome Bettis Flow” indicates that WayCool isn’t slowing down

Brampton, ON – WayCool had a strong finish coming out of 2016 with a handful of notable releases from various artists in the collective (Josh Dillon, DviousMindz, and Jordan Cassius among a few). Some new listeners might feel like these guys came out of nowhere, but upon further listen, it’s obvious that artists like Kyle Wildfern have been putting in the hours to perfect their craft long before they got the attention the deserved.

His newest single drop “Jerome Bettis Flow” is an aggressive and well-executed statement piece signalling that he’s specifically coming for the throne in 2017 with no apologies. Where his “NO WAYS” remix seemed to cap our expectations, “Jerome Bettis Flow” easily surpassed it and showcased new technical heights for the emcee. His change-ups are calculated and eased, and his voice is almost comfortable in his assertions. Production was handled by two new faces that we’ll be keeping an eye out for, GHD and BathingMontel. We’re looking forward to a prosperous year from the collective, and right now Mr. Wildfern is leading the pack.

Stream “Jerome Bettis Flow” below.

Kyle Wildfern's new single Jerome Bettis Flow indicates that WayCool isn't slowing down - HipHopCanada.com


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Growing up in the far northern Yukon Territory, Kira cultivated her love of music at an early age as a means to introduce herself to greater perspectives outside of the isolated community she was raised in. With 12 years of classical training with the Royal Conservatory of Music in piano, 2 years of music theory, and 3 years of band experience with the alto saxophone, her musical perspectives and critiques are fueled by her technical ear. In her year with HipHopCanada as the West Coast Associate Editor, she's interviewed prominent artists in Rap and R&B, such as: G-eazy, and Kiki Rowe. When she's not reviewing local shows in Vancouver, she's a production coordinator for DHX Media and part time Journalism student at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Follow her on twitter at @kirahunston.

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