Wolf Castle is a 24-year-old Indigenous Mi’kmaq rapper/ producer and singer from Pabineau First Nation, New Brunswick. An unlikely place for a rap career to come to fruition, everything about Wolf Castle defies the odds. Growing up on the reservation with a supportive family of artists, movie directors and musicians, going for a career in the arts seemed like the natural choice.
Starting at age 11 he taught himself how to play piano, write and record his own music and has been releasing music projects every year since age 17. Seemingly out of nowhere Wolf Castle came on the scene with a hunger, captivating audiences in person and online with his humor, contagious energy and spitfire flow.
At his young age he’s already caught attention playing festivals and securing nominations for two East Coast Music Awards for Indigenous Artist of the Year and a Prix NB nomination for Recording of the Year. His music carries a powerful energy and wisdom beyond his years covering topics about love, empowerment, having a good time and going against the odds. Mixing pop-rap with old school roots, his lyrics have been described as catchy and confessional. A knucklehead with an internet connection, Wolf Castle likes to keep listeners on their toes and deliver a new perspective on being a young indigenous man.