Who is Wolf Castle?




23-year-old Wolf Castle is a two-time ECMA Nominated Mi'kmaq Rapper, Singer, Producer and Songwriter from Pabineau First Nation in New Brunswick.


Fresh out of University with a degree in Theatre - Wolf Castle is a natural showman and emcee making waves in the rap world with his unique style of music. Seamlessly blending traditional hip-hop with modern pop swagger.



Castle's music tackles the topic of identity and evolution. He knows his place in the world and where he's come from and continually reflects and challenges that fact. 

Growing up, Wolf Castle was surrounded by a family of artists and creators. His mother and uncle were both Rappers performing under the names "M03" and "Red Suga". Inspired by the self-made artists in his family, Castle followed in their footsteps and continue the family business of music and artistry. 



Castle has also worked extensively with youth engagement initiatives, running hip-hop workshops through the National Arts Center of Canada and an artist residency in his hometown at Terry Fox Elementary School. Castle believes in the power of art and education as a way of empowerment and expression. 

Castle has been nominated twice for Indigenous Artist of the Year at the East Coast Music Awards.