wifisfuneral and YBN Nahmir Provide Your Weekly Motivation in the “Juveniles” Video
Video: wifisfuneral – “Juveniles” ft. YBN Nahmir (Prod. by Jahlil Beats)
The Alamo Signee and the Alabama Riser Hit the Gym With Beautiful Women in the Clip from Ethernet Vol. 1, Releasing June 8th
“[wifisfuneral] displays an impressive array of verbal acrobatics, showing off masterful breath control and a rapid fire flow.” – Pitchfork
“The young rapper has a wide range of skills, from agile raps and bass-heavy tracks to dark and moody slow-burners, and his unpredictability is part of his appeal” – Pigeons & Planes
“Wifisfuneral is becoming a hotter and hotter commodity in the rap world these days, and he’s making sure to prove his skillset as a lyricist in the game.” – XXL
One of the best pure rappers in hip-hop’s new wave, Florida’s wifisfuneral crafts cerebral and head-knocking rap tracks. Uniting over a Jahlil Beats-produced heater, wifi and fellow riser YBN Nahmir show off their skills on the uptempo “Juveniles,” wifi’s latest video. In the video, the two emcees work as trainers to a crew of scantily clad ladies, as they prepare for a boxing match. “Juveniles” is the latest release from Ethernet Vol. 1, wifi’s highly anticipated upcoming mixtape, due June 8. “Juveniles” follows the eventful, Complex-premiered video for Ethernet single “Knots,” featuring Jay Critch and boasting a cameo appearance from Fatboy SSE, as well as he syrupified single “Genesis” and the paranoid “25 Lighters,” which recently copped a verse from Curren$y on the remix.
Signed to Alamo Records, wifisfuneral experienced a meteoric rise in his late teens, building a sizable following on SoundCloud. In the past year, wifi worked hard to translate his internet fandom into an IRL phenomenon, sharing his major label debut mixtape Boy Who Cried Wolf, as well as When Hell Falls, which debuted at #17 on the iTunes Hip-Hop Chart. In fall 2017, wifi embarked on the successful Boy Who Cried Wolf Tour, and he shared “LilSkiesFuneral,” which features breakout rapper Lil Skies and racked up over 4 million streams on Spotify and 3.75 plays on SoundCloud. Earlier this year, wifi hopped on a remix to Comethazine’s DJ Mustard-produced “Sticks,” a couple of collaborations with Robb Bank$, and shared Last Time Doing Drugs, a joint EP with wifi’s longtime collaborator and producer Cris Dinero, which features an appearance from Craig Xen. Most recently, wifisfuneral rocked the main stage at Rolling Loud 2018, thrilling the hometown crowd with his new material. Prepare for Ethernet Vol. 1, releasing on June 8.
Watch “Juveniles” ft. YBN Nahmir: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cd1OSGEizGI
Listen to “Juveniles” ft. YBN Nahmir: http://smarturl.it/juveniles
For more surprises, check out the website: wifisfuneral.com
In just one year, nineteen year old South Florida rapper wifisfuneral has taken his dark sonics, mature-beyond-his-years lyrics, and trunk rattling bass from the streets of Palm Beach to the world, amassing over 920,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and over 500,000 followers on various social media platforms. wifisfuneral’s growth has been organic and cult-like, with his fans spreading his music like wildfire with each and every release. With virtually zero promotion other than his social media presence, wifisfuneral’s independent projects Black Heart Revenge (May 27th, 2016) and When Hell Falls (January 27, 2017) reached #69 and #17 on the iTunes hip-hop charts respectively, resulting in a label deal with Alamo and Interscope Records. His major label debut mixtape, Boy Who Cried Wolf, came out this summer to critical acclaim, with two of the tracks earning placement in the Spotify’s coveted Most Necessary playlist.
Alamo Records background
Alamo Records is industry veteran Todd Moscowitz‘s new label, founded in partnership with Universal Music Group in early 2017. During the last two decades, Moscowitz established an exceptional track record that also includes signing and working with artists ranging from Action Bronson, Meek Mill, Mike Jones, Migos, Young Thug, Jill Scott, Macklemore and the record labels OVO Sound and Maybach Music Group (MMG). Before launching Alamo Records, in 2013 Moscowitz co-founded 300 Entertainment, a New York-based independent company that signed, developed and broke artists such Fetty Wap, Highly Suspect and Migos.
“25 Lighters (Remix)” ft. Curren$y: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/25lightersremix
wifisfuneral & Comethazine – “Sticks” (Remix) (Prod. by DJ Mustard): https://soundcloud.com/richliferecords/comethazine-wifisfuneral-sticks-remix-prod-dj-mustard
Last Time Doing Drugs: https://soundcloud.com/crisdinero/sets/wifisfuneral-cris-dinero-last-time-doing-drugs
“LilSkiesFuneral” ft. Lil Skies: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/lilskiesfuneral-feat-lil-skies-prod-cris-dinero
“Gotenks” ft. Dooney Montana: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/gotenks-ft-dooney-montana-prod-cris-dinero-nuez-majin
“Wya?” (remix) ft. Ugly God: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/wya-remix-feat-ugly-god-2
Boy Who Cried Wolf: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/sets/boy-who-cried-wolf | http://smarturl.it/BWCW
“JoeBuddenProbablyThinksICantRap :(“: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/joebuddenprobablythinksicantrap-prod-curtis-heron
“lil jeff hardy >:-)”: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/lil-jeff-hardy-prod-cris-dinero
“Run It Up” ft. Smokepurpp: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/run-it-up-feat-smokepurpp-prod-cris-dinero
“2 Step” (Prod. by TM88): https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/2-step-prod-808-mafia/
“Right Back” ft. Yung Trunks (Prod. KHAED): https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/right-back-feat-yung-trunks-prod-khaed
Black Heart Revenge: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/sets/black-heart-revenge
Bio, photos, music, and more at www.audibletreats.com/wifisfuneral