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wifisfuneral and Robb Bank$ Join Forces For Conn3ct3d EP, Released on January 11th via EMPIRE
Tickets Are Now Available For the “The Conn3ct3d Tour,” Kicking Off on January 17th, Headlined by the Two South Florida Standouts
XXL Freshman, Class of 2018“[wifisfuneral] displays an impressive array of verbal acrobatics, showing off masterful breath control and a rapid fire flow.” – Pitchfork“He’s synthesized the regionless, borderless world of the internet age from which he takes his name, while lacing it with a narcotically addictive flow and a distinct ear for melody that’s allowed him to develop while others stagnate.” – NOISEY“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
Two of South Florida’s most wanted emcees, wifisfuneral and Robb Bank$ share a lot more than just geography–they both came up on SoundCloud with a predilection for pitch black, headphone-ready instrumentals. Delivering flex-heavy verses over state-of-the-art production, wifisfuneral and Robb Bank$ announce Conn3ct3d, their upcoming collaborative EP. Departing from the dark subject matter that defines their solo projects, the two emcees enjoy each others’ company on Conn3ct3d, competitively stacking syllables in a contest over who can stunt the hardest. Swapping bars and finishing one another’s punchlines, the chemistry between the two tourmates is electric, as Robb’s booming basso bounces nicely off wifi’s double-time slick talk. Featuring distorted, speaker-knocking production from Cris Dinero and others, Conn3ct3d arrived on January 11th, 2019 via EMPIRE / Alamo.To accompany the announcement of the mixtape, Robb and wifi share “Can’t Feel My Face,” its first single. Sharpening their lyrical pencils atop lurching bass and syncopated snares, wifi and Robb go back and forth on the new single with a shared lockstep cadence, each turning in several outrageous and memorable lines along the way. Says wifi: “My bullets be sharper than darts/Kush, it be loud like a fart/I got that iron like my name Tony Stark.”
Kicking off 2019 in style, wifi and Robb Bank$ prepare for the upcoming “Conn3ct3d Tour.” Kicking off on January 17th in Colorado Springs, the tour spans 28 dates and 20 states before finishing its run with a home show in Miami on February 23rd. The “Conn3ct3d Tour” will stop in New York on February 15th at Highline Ballroom in and Los Angeles on January 27th at Warehouse 1720.
Listen to “Can’t Feel My Face”: https://soundcloud.com/wifisfuneral/wifisfuneral-robb-bank-cant-feel-my-face/
Pre-order Conn3ct3d: https://empire.lnk.to/Conn3ct3d
Buy tickets for the “Conn3ct3d Tour”: https://conn3ct3dtour.com
About wifisfuneral:21-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 1.7 million monthly listeners on Spotify and over 700,000 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, received critical acclaim, with two of the tracks earning placement in the Spotify’s coveted Most Necessary playlist. His latest mixtape, Ethernet, was released in June 2018 via Alamo Records. In 2018, wifisfuneral was officially named to the XXL Freshman List and reached #1 on YouTube’s trending chart. Most recently, wifisfuneral appeased his fans with Leave Me The Fuck Alone EP, a four-track effort with production from frequent collaborators HenryDaher and Cris Dinero.
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