WRKINSILENCE make his debut on SpitFireHipHop with “Jefe.”

Buzzing, enigmatic artist WRKINSILENCE (pronounced “work in silence”) makes Emo/Cloud Pop (with flourishes of Rap and R&B) for introverts that explores themes of isolation, intimacy, and mental health. Before recently revealing his face in the music video for his single “Not Right Now,” the Riverside, California native remained largely anonymous, typically donning a mask to hide his true identity.

Definitive of this antisocial disposition is his new single “Jefe,” which is a dark rumination on trust issues. WRKINSILENCE premiered the single with Flaunt Magazine today (9/30/2020) and spoke in an exclusive interview with the publication about his Southern California roots, his experience working at a gas station in one of the nation’s most dangerous cities, why he decided to ditch the mask, the independent grind, and more. 

Yoel Molina Law

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