Wreckno makes it look “EZ” in new music video

Exuding with confidence and a wig, Wreckno makes this sh*t look EZ.

From a small town in Michigan to being called one of “electronic music’s brightest rising stars” – Wreckno is a 25 year old queer rapper/producer/DJ creating a safe space for LGBTQ+ people in the Bass Music/EDM world.

His music has charted #1 in TikTok’s Pride category (followed by Donna Summer & Madonna), was featured in Fortnite, and has garnered support from some of EDM’s biggest acts. Wreckno’s most recent EP, PANSY, explored the concept of reclaiming and finding power in hate speech once used against him. Paper Magazine stated that the release “puts queer empowerment first and obliterates the competition in the process.”

His latest single “EZ” was produced by GRiZ, One of the leading independent artists in electronic music today. With classic hip hop elements combined with electronic production elements, the song slaps after just one listen. 

The song begins with a darker toned piano intro that leads directly into Wreckno’s catchy hook. Immediately, I’m captured into this track just from the vibes set alone. Combining his vocals with the added production to the instrumental throughout the track, Wreckno eats the beat up from start to finish. He really makes it sound easy the way he slides on this track, with so many of the bars in this song being unforgettable, especially on that second verse. I will definitely be hitting replay on this track for weeks to come!

The music video takes the song to a whole different level. We are greeted with a commercial ad starring Wreckno on a tiny TV sitting on the floor in the dark of an antique looking room, with the camera slowly panning forward into the screen. Once the mini commercial is over, we see Wreckno in what appears to be three different Barbie Doll boxes with different outfits and wigs on, then the song begins. 

As Wreckno’s first vocal enters the track, each Barbie Version of himself starts to wake up, and eventually the boxes each of them were in are taken out of the screen. Backup dancers appear behind Wreckno as if it were a magic trick, and begin to move around him as the song continues onward. 

The amount of swagger and confidence that Wreckno carries throughout the choreography and different cinematic shots really shows that he didn’t come to play around, but damn if he doesn’t make it look easy while he’s doing it.

There’s many more shots that I did not mention here, so be sure to check the video out for yourself, and stay all the way ’til the end for my favorite scene of the entire thing! 

Take a look at the video below!

“EZ” by Wreckno is now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and all your favorite platforms, so be sure to add it to your playlists and give Wreckno a follow on social media too!
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Bryce Quartz

Bryce Quartz is a queer, cubby rapper currently based in Brooklyn. In addition to contributing to Bear World, he is also a writer for Ryan Cassata’s music blog Rock The Pigeon. He has performed at bear events across the US and has worked with popular drag queens, including RPDR alum Brita Filter.