WOLFE de MÇHLS debut features Big K.R.I.T & more.

Ricquo Jones, WOLFE de MÇHLS. No matter the name changes, the Houston musician has attempted to master many grooves. The transition from Jones to WOLFE effectively led our protagonist through a valley of low-fi productions, swampy atmospherics and a little bit of darkness. What came out? A string of releases on Soundcloud and ultimately, a full-fledged debut album.

Naked, a 14-track, 30-minute escape only has one big name guest in Big K.R.I.T. Early singles such as “Roses” and “Sunset Park”. For down since day one fans, “Cleopatra” is night and day different than 2011’s “Cleopatra Aphrodisiac”. The former packs on ’80s synths and shimmer with WOLFE feeling more like he’s ready to walk on ceilings and more.

A creative mix of sensible pop with murky R&B, you can stream Naked from the Houston musician below via Apple Music. Purchase Naked on iTunes.