There’s a serious lack of queer visibility when it comes to pop and R&B artists repping the underground, but the music of Warren Wolfe gives us hope that this trend will soon change. His emotionally charged songs engage directly with his sexuality, whether it’s illustrating a coming-out experience (“Namesake”) or exploring the disconnected nature of sexual encounters among gay men (“Stranger”). As a producer and singer-songwriter, Warren Wolfe creates stark, breathtaking beats and writes songs full of heart and courageous honesty.
Our favorite track from the rising artist is a more universal expression of love: Warren Wolfe’s dazzling trap-pop single “Make Me.” Co-produced by guitarist and solo artist Scott James, the duo strike gold on this tender yet upbeat jam that perfectly captures the Warren Wolfe’s dynamic vocal range. Keep this artist on your radar, more magic is sure to come..