Bruiser Wolf tells his story on ‘Magnum Scenes’

Danny Brown is a unique rapper. He also seems to have a keen eye for other idiosyncratic artists: Bruiser Wolf, an artist with Brown’s Bruiser Brigade Records, has received rave reviews for his prominence on the album. his new, Stupid Dope Game. As Wolf ascends, a new Magnum Scenes video (shown by Uproxx in partnership with Magnum) shows where Wolf has been and where he’s going.

The Detroit rapper was once known as Big Wolf, but he said he modified his name to show his appreciation for the label and his fellow artists on it: “I used to be Big Wolf. Changed it when I got to the Bruiser Brigade. All MC fire fighting, fire manufacturer. […] To let them know this is forever, I put ‘Bruiser’ in front of my name, as a badge of honor for me, to show my allegiance. “

Amid scenes of Wolf showing off his home and life, his fellow Bruiser Brigade compatriots share praise for his unique style. “He is a poet and a comedian at the same time,” notes ZelooperZ. JUS also stated, “I haven’t heard anyone rapping like that in so long.” Meanwhile, Brown praised his “very distinctive voice that will separate him from the group.”

Elsewhere in the video, Wolf and his colleagues tell the story of his career so far, and it’s filled with great anecdotes, including some bird-related coincidences. to the special Stupid Dope Game cover image. Check out the full video above. | Bruiser Wolf tells his story on ‘Magnum Scenes’


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