Ric Wilson Shares Two Singles “Woo Woo Woo” and “Everybody Red in the Face”
The pair of tracks follows the Chicago rapper’s February single “Pull a James Baldwin.”
Chicago rapper Ric Wilson has been admirably prolific over the past year. Following his recent track “Pull a James Baldwin,” and his guest spot on Japanese punk band CHAI‘s single “Maybe Chocolate Chips.” Disco Ric has dropped a pair of hypnotic tracks titled “Woo Woo Woo” and “Everybody Red in the Face.” The former is a high-energy, enthusiastic exercise in footwork, while the latter takes a serious turn discussing gun-toting hatred, corrupt cops, and how PC culture detracts from the bigger-picture goal of world peace.
Both tracks are proof of Wilson’s dynamic creative nature and his rapping dexterity. He explained in a statement that “Woo Woo Woo” is about “wanting to talk my shit sometimes and thinking less about how everyone receives and more about me expressing myself freely. Because sometimes you have to smile at yourself and frown at the world to keep from your own madness.”
You can save both tracks here and watch the video for “Woo Woo Woo” below.