Wavy Wallace - Really Wonder [New Song]

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PREMIERE! Wavy Wallace drops a smooth, thought-provoking summer anthem: "Really Wonder"

Wavy Wallace is an ATL artist who's poised to blow up at any time now. He's collaborated in the past with acts like Two-9, Key!, and Makonnen, and his mixtapes have included excellent production from the likes of Sonny Digital and Metro Boomin. What makes Wallace particularly exciting is that he's a capable producer himself. Today, he's brought us a new self-produced track called "Really Wonder," the first in a weekly release series that will go on throughout the summer and beyond. 

The track is an immersive foray into Wallace's mindset as he's currently at the height of his come-up. He lends a backdrop made up of trappy drums and an uplifting piano melody, and the rhymes flow seamlessly -- smooth but with plenty of heartfelt emotion. "Really Wonder" is about staying grounded while experiencing success and keeping one's head up whilst surrounded by suffering. Wallace knows that neither task will be an easy one, and his best bet is to use his music as a way of figuring it all out. 

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Really Wonder

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PREMIERE! Wavy Wallace drops a smooth, thought-provoking summer anthem: "Really Wonder"


Wavy Wallace is an ATL artist who's poised to blow up at any time now. He's collaborated in the past with acts like Two-9, Key!, and Makonnen, and his mixtapes have included excellent production from the likes of Sonny Digital and Metro Boomin. What makes Wallace particularly exciting is that he's a capable producer himself. Today, he's brought us a new self-produced track called "Really Wonder," the first in a weekly release series that will go on throughout the summer and beyond. 

The track is an immersive foray into Wallace's mindset as he's currently at the height of his come-up. He lends a backdrop made up of trappy drums and an uplifting piano melody, and the rhymes flow seamlessly -- smooth but with plenty of heartfelt emotion. "Really Wonder" is about staying grounded while experiencing success and keeping one's head up whilst surrounded by suffering. Wallace knows that neither task will be an easy one, and his best bet is to use his music as a way of figuring it all out. 

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