Detroit-based queer rapper, producer, and DJ Wreckno has already made a reputation for himself with a slew of singles, like his mammoth GRiZ collaboration “Medusa,” which served because the anthem for Pleasure Month 2020.
One 12 months later, Wreckno’s debut EP has arrived in celebration of Pleasure Month 2021, and even additional solidifies the musician’s standing as certainly one of digital music’s brightest rising stars.
PANSY splendidly illustrates the essence of Wreckno in full—at occasions deep and pensive, however all the time unapologetic and overtly sexual. “Honey Drip” already debuted with a racy music video to emphasise the character of what PANSY would entail, and the remainder of the EP would not disappoint in that regard.
Monitor titles like “FREAKNIK” (with WHOM?) and “Fuck Me Cuz I am Sizzling!” (with Chase Icon and Miss Tiddy) are sufficient to let you know what the EP is all about. The content material of the tracks not solely function explicitly sexual overtones, but in addition emphasize messages of queer empowerment, self-love, and self-exploration.
“Run Away” (with Ruku) closes the EP on a deeper observe, relating themes of melancholy and introspection, whereas finely contrasting the power behind extra upbeat, in-your-face works like “Hieroglyphs” (with jordnmoody and Ujuu) and “A Little Bit (Hey Alexa)” (with HerShe).
With skillful manufacturing that features intelligent nods to the booty bass sounds of the late Nineteen Nineties and lyrical content material to rival that of two Dwell Crew, PANSY will not be solely a showcase of Wreckno’s capacity as a musician, but in addition emblematic of the élan of the LBGTQ+ neighborhood.
Wreckno’s debut EP PANSY is out now and may be discovered on streaming platforms here.