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Alison Wonderland's New Track Asks Us "What Would Carole Baskin Do?"

One of the biggest non-coronavirus-related topics doing rounds on the internet right now is Tiger King, a Netflix documentary detailing the life of zookeeper and big cat fanatic Joe Exotic.

Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic from Tiger King documentary
Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic of Tiger King (Image Source: New York Post)

During the 7-part series, we follow the turbulent relationship between Exotic and animal rights activist Carole Baskin, who owns her own sanctuary Big Cat Rescue. The documentary first became available for streaming on March 20, and has since become everyone's favourite for lockdown bingeing inspiring countless memes—most of which are aimed at Baskin.

Following the show's popularity, Alison Wonderland joined forces with Phem to release a new, eerie collab called WWCBD?, or 'What would Carole Baskin do?' Despite standing at only 1 minute 29 seconds long, Wonderland's intense trap beat manages to build an eerie, sinister atmosphere, as Phem eerily sings "What would Carole Baskin do? // Feed you to the tigers, but I can't because this virus got me paralysed again."

Last month, Alison Wonderland posted her full 2019 Red Rocks set to YouTube, after hearing that all Red Rock concerts would be cancelled until May. The video, taken from the stage, offers a fully immersive experience by providing 360 views— so fans can take part in a rave without having to leave the house.

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