Florida has developed into a growing hotspot for hip-hop with artists like Robb Bank$, Denzel Curry, Kodak Black, and now a new rapper by the name of Wifisfuneral. Hailing from Palm Beach, he has quickly built a loyal following for himself through SoundCloud. His new project was delivered on the 27th of January and is titled When Hell Falls. With this project he brings not necessarily a new vibe but a more focused vibe. His previous project Black Heart Revenge featured a lot of different directions including trap life, drugs and battling his demons. This new project focuses more intently on his battle with those demons.

When Hell Falls is 12 tracks long and rides for slightly over 30 minutes. Production comes from Grimm Doza, HenryDaher, IndigoChildRick, Nuri and others. Features include Kembe X, Danny Towers, HenryDaher, and rising Atlanta artist Yung Bans. A few months ago Wifi set the tone for this project by dropping the song “Come Hell or High Water” produced by HLTR$KLTR and Diablo. The first few bars of the first verse read, “Aye come hell or high water/ I was dancing with the devil/ Conversations about his daughter/ Slit my wrist all in the open.”  Talk about darkness, right?

Throughout the tape Wifi dives deep into isolation, losing himself, and drug use. The song “My Bullshit,” touches on all of these and even dying. He claims his old self “died up in the midst of getting well.” Before things get too depressing he brings in Yung Bans on “Hunnits, Fifties,” to inject some energy into the tape. Produced by MurdaBeatz, Wifi and Bans flex their cash and jewelry, as all Millennial rappers do.

Wifisfuneral is certainly next out of Florida so get used to hearing the name. As we give this project a 8/10, be sure to check out some of his older work and his No Jumper interview.


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