Wolf Couture, DJ Teenwolf’s new based rap outfit, just dropped Quiet, Wolf, Too, its seventh album in just as many months.
Wolf Couture, DJ Teenwolf’s new based rap outfit, just dropped Quiet, Wolf, Too. It’s an all instrumental album that’s perfect for kids who don’t like rap because — like we just said — it’s all instrumental and doesn’t have any rapping on it.
It’s also Wolf Couture’s seventh album in just as many months. He can work at this blistering pace because, well, every song is methodically recorded, mixed and mastered in under ten minutes.
In case you haven’t been paying attention to interesting things on the Internet lately, here’s a little rundown on Wolf Couture: It all started with Lil B’s “Cooking Music” and the cooking dance he invented. In response, the Wolf wrote “Doing Dishes,” which was not only a clever retort to the cooking craze, but also explored deeper issues of personal responsibility, social mores and the utter subjectivity of just basic human hygiene. In a way, Wolf Couture’s music echoes Kurt Vonnegut: “Another flaw in the human character is that everybody wants to build and nobody wants to do maintenance.”
If you get it, you probably think it’s funny and dance-able. If you don’t get it, you’re probably unreasonably angry right now and thinking shitty thoughts about the state of art and music and your relationship with your father. You probably want to kill the Wolf. But it doesn’t matter because you can’t kill the Wolf. The Wolf has too much swag. Or maybe he has no swag. What the fuck is swag anyway?