Real Life Psychology is a music project that I have been working on over this past year with the intention of donating 100% of the proceeds earned from streaming services (Spotify, Apple Music, etc.) to The Jimmy Fund. Additionally, my hope is to raise awareness about this meaningful organization and the important services it provides patients and their families. Please consider visiting my Jimmy Fund fundraiser page to make a direct donation.
Wolfe Ramsay, a self-taught lyricist, vocalist and producer hails from the Seacoast of New Hampshire. He first started to write and create his own music at the age of 15, when he released You Were Right, Threads, and Need You More for the then upcoming Art 18-19 EP.
In the summer of 2020 Wolfe released his first official collection of music, the Think About Me EP. Featuring songs like Somebody to Hold and At Night, The EP gave him momentum to work on a longer project. His first full length album, Real Life Psychology, was released in early 2021. The album was released as a fundraiser for The Jimmy Fund, raising over 2,000 dollars in the opening week of the album. Using an alternative pop sound, Real Life Psychology is a narrative album featuring songs such as II sides, turn back time and monster.
In late spring of 2021, Wolfe released two singles: Upswing was released in April and Let Go of My Hands was released in early June. Let Go of My Hands went on to become Wolfe's first song to be played on the radio. Later that June, Upswing was featured as the last song on the alternative rock Aden EP, which also contained songs like Snowball Fight and Sparks.
After moving to Milwaukee to study at Marquette University, Wolfe released Found My Home in November of 2021, a single featuring Jaiden Ehrhardt. Along with being his first song to contain a feature, the single was promised to be a part of an upcoming sophomore album, Matador.