Wesley Campbell, better known by his stage name Wild Wes or by his nickname Trey Campbell, is an American rapper formerly signed to Flex Entertainment. He was born on July 17, 2003 and lives in Wilkinson, Indiana. His influences back when he did boom bap were Cypress Hill, Funkdoobiest, The Whooliganz, and House of Pain. His influences for his trap music are Lil Uzi Vert, Ugly God, Playboi Carti, and interestingly Hardstop Lucas.

On December 15, 2019, he was kicked from Flex Entertainment due to choosing quantity over quality, as well as other reasons such as underwhelming critical and commercial success. He went on to co-found the record label Icy Records with MC Icy and EmBee. He was however kicked from that label as well. However he would later return to the label

Wild Wes finally announced that he was done with music after much demand for his retirement due to his history of controversies and unlistenable music. He has however come out of retirement recently with his new single "New Ice".

None of his music is a part of the Flex Entertainment catalogue anymore.

Wild Wes released his official debut album on July 3rd of 2020.

Controversies Edit

Beef with Flex Fan Server Edit

Wild Wes had a day-long beef with the Flex Fan Server for criticizing his music and making memes of him. After immense backlash though, the day after he apologized for his actions and respects the criticism that the server made about his music. A few days later, MC Icy said in the call chat "Well, I guess I'm a snitch," then went on to say that Wild Wes wanted to make a diss on flex. This infuriated everyone who was in the call at that time, as they had just given Wild Wes tips on how to improve his music. After a while, MC Icy was able to convince Wild Wes not to do it. He has also gotten frustrated at two different members for saying his beats were "Garageband loops"

Unreleased album covers Edit

In March 2020, several Wild Wes album covers were leaked to the public. The two most well known leaks were of album covers for the albums "For Da Ages" and "Boom Bap No Crap" which both featured breakdancing Asian men for no apparent reason. The album covers were all received very poorly by Flex Entertainment members who were very confused as to why Wild Wes would use these images in his covers.


Studio AlbumsEdit

  • The New Funk (2019)
  • Bringdawildback (2019)
  • The New Funk 2 (2019)
  • W.I.L.D Wes (2019)
  • Tracks For Da Ages (2020)
  • For Da Ages (2020)
  • Mind Malfunktion (2020)
  • Strength in Numbers (2020)
  • Boom Bap No Crap (2020)
  • With It (2020)
  • Boulevard (2020)
  • Brothers in Arms (2020)
  • Lighting Grass (2020)
  • Roots (2020)
  • Diary of Da Wild One (2020)
  • Cruising (2020)
  • Tracks For Da Ages (2020)
  • Flood Warning (2020)


  • Itz A Wild World (2019)
  • BeWilderness EP (2019)
  • Yall Know EP (2019)
  • Yall Know 2 (2019)
  • Yall Know 3 (2019)
  • Yall Know 4 (2019)
  • House Trap (2020)


  • Wild Wes (2019)
  • BeWilderness (2019)
  • Wild Wes 2 (2019)
  • Wild Wes 3 (2019)
  • Satisfaction Guaranteed (2019)
  • Wildimatic (2019)
  • Trust Issues (2019)
  • Gotta Lotta Dat (2019)
  • Resurrection (2020)

Compilation albumsEdit

Critical ReceptionEdit

Wild Wes' music is poorly received by critics and fans alike on the album reviewing website AOTY. He was one of the most hated members of the label on reviewing sites like Album of the Year due to him adding non-existent albums to the site. These criticisms range from lack of variety, simplistic beats, terrible album covers, awful lyrics, etc. This is the reason in fact he was removed from the Flex Entertainment record label. TheDankestMeme called him his least favorite rapper.

His more recent music has gained some acclaim for finally letting go of the boom bap sound. His latest mixtape, Resurrection, has a score of 55 on AOTY, which is way better then any Wild Wes project.

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