Ruminating in industrial backroads and resting under power terminals, wifisfuneral contemplates how his newfound fame contradicts his introverted nature in the video for “Hell On Earth.” Directed by Nasser Boulaich, the video’s twilit, blood-red tint is evocative of wifisfuneral’s drug-addled state of mind, as the camera warps reality to the tune of Grimm Doza’s beat. Premiered by The FADER, “Hell On Earth” is the first track from and a fitting introduction to When Hell Falls, wifi’s latest album, which peaked at #19 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart. Originally debuted in September, “Hell On Earth” has earned over 480,000 plays on SoundCloud. “Hell On Earth” is the second track to get a visual treatment from When Hell Falls, following the gleefully introverted, XXL-debuted “Antisocial Club.
A deep, visceral wordsmith, 19-year old wifisfuneral is as loyal as he is sagacious. Anxiously questioning the whereabouts of his sweetheart, wifisfuneral professes “never could I love you like no other” on “wya?” The first single to follow When Hell Falls, wifi’s latest album, which peaked at #17 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart, “wya?” was dropped at the request of wifi’s Twitter followers when he asked them to “Tweet #wya if u want a new song.” “wya?” finds wifisfuneral expressing the duality of romanticism and paranoia, leaving and returning, grappling with newfound success over a milky turn-up chorus of a Cian Pproduction. On the hook, wifi raps, “I just checked up on your location then I saw you wasn’t home/Now I’m running out of breath just to make it home, now I’m running out of breath just to/I’m steady calling to your cellphone, asking where you at?/Girl, you know I hate it when you leave, bring it back.”