Wale Songs

  • Phone Down (Remix)
    Phone Down (Remix)
    With Erykah Badu's new interview (featuring Jay Electronica) making waves of the e-streets, Problem and Wale have chosen an opportune moment to release their new remix collaboration of Ms. Badu's "Phone Down."
  • No Shade
    No Shade
    The DMV is popping right now. There's the East Coast trap of Shy Glizzy, the underground go-go-inspired dance numbers of GoldLink. Chaz French is guy who's a little harder to pin down -- on past cuts, he's blended both of those sounds with his singular rhyming style. He's also undoubtedly been influenced by Wale, whose impact on the DMV revival cannot be understated. And Wale has come through to support his young neighbor on French's latest track, "No Shade." 
  • Unique
    A DMV vet, Wale, was chilling with the region's most promising youngster, GoldLink, in the studio, and Folarin was feeling the vibes so much that he decided to premiere GoldLink's latest track on his own Twitter. "Unique" follows last month's "Spectrum," and it's another piece of chilled grooviness from GoldLink and his main producer, Louie Lastic.
  • Not On Drugs (Remix)
    Not On Drugs (Remix)
    Wale just keeps the music coming today. After hitting us with "New Phone," "Know Me," and "Illuminate," he's turned in a remix of Tove Lo's hit "Not On Drugs". For obvious reasons, this is the most radio-friendly of the new releases, but Wale sounds pretty comfortable in this role, which makes us think he should probably guest on more pop records. 
  • Know Me
    Know Me
    Skeme has been putting out solid material for a while now, and today he's been given a big look by appearing on Wale's new track "Know Me". As usual, he contributes some inspired bars, while Wale continues to inflect his rhymes with a little melody as we heard on his other tracks today. This is definitely the hardest record of the bunch, but it is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.As far as we know, these are just some spare tracks from Folarin, and won't be appearing on any particular project, but we wouldn't be surprised if he has something cooking up.
  • New Phone
    New Phone
    Wale premiered both "Illuminate" and "New Phone" on The Breakfast Club today; the latter of which is now streamable. Like "Illuminate," this one is pretty melodic, with Wale singing for a good chunk of the track (dare we say on some Drake shit?). This one is definitely sounding like a single, though as far as we know, he doesn't have a project coming anytime soon. Perhaps there's a mixtape on its way?Let us know which of the two tracks you're feeling more in the comments below. Do you think Wale has a project planned to drop before the end of the year?
  • Illuminate
    Wale premiered two brand new records on New York radio today, and they've now made their way online. The first of the tracks is "Illuminate" a collab with up-and-comer Phil Ade, who also reps the DC area. The track is built off of a warm sample and some driving percussion. Ade opens things up with a 16, while Wale enters with a melodic hook, before he adds his own verse. 
  • Finna Get Loose
    Finna Get Loose
    Wale keeps the heat coming. Two days after unveiling "Voices In My Head," his collab with Highbridge Voices and Metro Boomin, the MMG rapper comes through with a remix of Puffy and Pharrell's "Finna Get Loose." The original came out at the end of June and was billed as the return of Puff Daddy & The Family, or his group of Bad Boy record-setting producers "The Hitmen." 
  • Voices In My Head
    Voices In My Head
    After making some of 2015's most interesting music with Future and Young Thug, Metro Boomin is reaching out to different types of artists, or more likely, they're reaching out to him. We recently saw the Atlanta beatmaker pictured with boom bap revivalist Joey Bada$$, and now we've received a new record from DC's biggest export, Wale, with Metro behind the boards. This one was actually constructed through a Sprite-endorsed collaboration that put the two artists and the Highbridge voices choir in the same room.
  • Spoiled
    This past weekend, Wale dropped the official version of "The Summer League," featuring Kanye and Ty Dolla $ign, on his soundcloud. While it was nice to hear the CDQ, it left us wanting something brand new -- and the TAAN rapper's latest soundcloud leak is just that. "Spoiled" is a woozy love song that finds Wale switching up his flows more than usual and exercising some pained singing on the hook. 
  • The Summer League (CDQ)
    The Summer League (CDQ)
    Wale's giving his fans some Labor Day blessings.
  • Future Is Mine
    Future Is Mine
    Looking to take his record to the next level, NYC’s DJ Cassidy decides to come through today and share the official remix to his feel-good, summer time jam “Future Is Mine” featuring Chromeo and now Wale. Adding some hip-hop flavor to the pop-friendly dance record, Wale picks up his flow and delivers some slick bars about hooking up with woman, mentioning In Living Color & J Lo in the verse (See lyrics). The track is in support of DJ Cassidy’s upcoming untitled album, which is slated to drop later this Fall. Take a listen.
  • Dis My Shit
    Dis My Shit
    Back in April, we introduced you to three-piece R&B group Rawyals, who made their HNHH debut with "King Me," featuring none other than Fetty Wap. With that, their first single, steadily rising up the Urban radio charts, it's our pleasure to premiere the group's latest track today. "Dis My Shit" features Wale, and like "King Me," is taken from Rawyals' upcoming debut album, Our Queendom.
  • You Don't Know
    You Don't Know
    We haven't heard form Tank in a good minute, but today, he returns with a track that should not only interest his fans, but also those of Wale. The track "You Don't Know" is taken from the R&B singer's upcoming album Sex, Love & Pain 2 (quite possibly the best three-word description of Tank's music), and features the Washington, DC rapper on a guest verse.
  • Let Me At Em
    Let Me At Em
    If you're looking for a record to begin the turn-up (meaning for the pre-turn-up), then this should do the trick. DJ Holiday enlists Wale, Problem and French Montana for a banger that's sole purpose is to get you hype, with a hook that repeats "let me at 'em." Holiday is working on God Bless the Mixtape, and offers this as a taste of what to expect. Are you digging the Mustard-esque vibes?
  • Marvin Gaye (Remix)
    Marvin Gaye (Remix)
    Last year it was Charli XCX, this year it's Charlie Puth. Much like the XCX's guest spot on Iggy Azalea's "Fancy," Puth found his breakthrough on a rap song, and like the Iggy record, Wiz Khalifa's "See You Again" has been holding the number one spot on the Hot 100 for the warmer months of the year so far.
  • So Low
    So Low
    If you've been following Rick Ross since the Deeper Than Rap days, you're very familiar with Rozay's go-to dancehall artist, Magazeen. While he's been floating around the Ross camp for a few years, the Jamaican artist has now made his way to Wale's Every Blue Moon imprint, through which he releases his new single, "So Low" today.
    Yesterday MMG's Fat Trel came through with his new mixtape, Georgetown, a much more PG name and artwork than his last effort, GLEESH, which spurred some controversy. The project contains sixteen records, with contributions coming from Fetty Wap, Troy Ave, Young Chop, Rick Ross x 2, Wale, 808 Mafia, Beat Billionaire and more.
  • Like A Drum
    Like A Drum
    If an R&B song is titled "Like A Drum," it's pretty easy to figure out what two words will precede that phrase in the hook. Yes, Jamie Foxx and Wale repeatedly tell us how they will "beat it" in their new song, but despite that cliché, the rest of the track is quite intriguing. 
  • Coffee (Fucking)
    Coffee (Fucking)
    At the end of last year, Miguel came out of hiding and released a surprise EP, nwa.hollywooddreams.coffee (all three tracks listed in the title). Now, the singer has decided to remix the lattermost track, changing its name to "Coffee (Fucking)," and getting a new verse from Wale.