Wifisfuneral Drops New Songs “Friday Take” and “Glock Case”
South Florida rapper Wifisfuneral is back with two new tracks. “Friday Take” and "Glock Case," which are both produced by Cris Dinero, find Wifi showing off his versatility. For “Friday Take,” the 20-year old spitter delivers a bouncy banger that is made to be performed live at concerts. "Glock Case" is a bit faster, with Wifi rapping about his street credentials.
On Aug. 1, Wifisfuneral dropped his second mixtape of 2017, Boy Who Cried Wolf. The 14-song project features guest appearances from Dirty Face Smook, KiD Trunks, 458 Keez and Danny Towers, among others. Wifi will also be hitting the road in October for his Boy Who Cried Wolf Tour. The 24-date trek will kick off in Atlanta on Oct. 7 and make stops in Chicago, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Dallas, San Antonio and more.
In an interview with XXL, Wifisfuneral spoke on his single “JoeBuddenProbablyThinksICantRap :(” off Boy Who Cried Wolf, in which he throws shots at the Jersey MC.
“People with an old mindset that aren’t giving any of these kids a chance and repeating the cycle and just judging kids off of their names or off of what they do, or how they carry themselves and this and that,” said Wifi, “but not giving the time to actually listen to the music and listen to how different the music is.”
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