Wale Songs

  • 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. 
  • The Artistic Integrity
    The Artistic Integrity
    This week marks the culmination of Wale's Seinfeld-referencing release series, with The Album About Nothing impacting after a long wait between it and preceding tapes The Mixtape About Nothing and More About Nothing. To celebrate this, we're throwing it back to 2008 with "The Artistic Integrity," a cut from that first tape. 
  • The Pessimist
    The Pessimist
    Wale just dropped "The Pessimist", the third track from his upcoming LP The Album About Nothing, and it is promising, very promising indeed. It starts off with a vintage George Costanza sound bite laid on top of a soulful church organ, announcing the imminent arrival of Deacon Wale, who will read a sermon from the Book of Costanza.
  • The Summer League
    The Summer League
    Wale's new album, The Album About Nothing, is due out in a week. To give it an extra promotional push, the rapper has released a new joint that will not appear on the album. The summer-ready record, aptly titled "The Summer League," features Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign, and was premiered today on Hot 97. What do you think of it? Stay tuned for the CDQ.
  • The Matrimony
    The Matrimony
    Wale announced the new single from his upcoming LP, The Album About Nothing, yesterday, and now he's delivered on the promise, hitting us with the radio-ready track, "The Matrimony". Usher guests on the hook, and with "I Don't Mind" getting plenty of airplay, it couldn't be a better time for this collaboration.
  • Ride Out
    Ride Out
    A huge lineup of today's rising stars get on a single off the upcoming soundtrack for "Furious 7," aptly titled "Ride Out." Kid Ink, fresh off the release of Full Speed, is the lead artist on the track, with a verse and a very catchy hook. Rich Homie Quan, Tyga, Wale & YG also contribute verses, making for a jam-packed three and a half minutes. This could easily be the theme music to the the seventh installment of the wildly popular "Furious" saga. Is this a track you can ride to? 
  • The Body (Remix)
    The Body (Remix)
    Just yesterday we got the official video for Wale's lead single from his upcoming project, The Album About Nothing, and now emerging R&B vocalist Wash has decided to take on the instrumental himself. Jeremih's shoes are not easy to fill, but Wash holds his own, tracing over many of the Late Nights singer's melodies, but also adding plenty of his own.
  • Friendship Heights
    Friendship Heights
    Rappers love to keep us busy on Christmas day by dropping new music and mixtapes, and then the day after, we get nothing. Seeing as it'll be a slow day for our songs list, it seemed appropriate to feature one of the stand-out collabos that appeared on Wale's recent Festivus mixtape with A-Trak, which dropped in time for the holidays. The mixtape had notable features from Pusha T, Ab-Soul, Chance and more, and prove to be the perfect way to whet our appetites for the next Seinfeld-themed project, The Album About Nothing.
  • The Deep End
    The Deep End
    Two of the biggest stars out of the DMV link up on "The Deep End", a track by Wale featuring Pusha T off Wale's newest mixtape, Festivus. 
  • Loyalty
    Tomorrow, Wale will be delivering his and A-Trak's Festivus mixtape, and after sharing "The Chess Match" yesterday, the MMG signee delivers another tape cut for us tonight. A trappy DMV anthem, "Loyalty" also features Dew Baby and Fat Trel.
  • The Chess Match
    The Chess Match
    With his collaborative mixtape with producer A-Trak just two days away, Wale comes through "The Chess Game." After a short introduction from Wale's (apparent) mentor Jerry Seinfeld, the track kicks right into an extended verse on race relations. The production, supplied by BKS, builds on soulful guitar strings and what sounds like a live drum kit. Wale's really taking it back to the Mixtape About Nothing days on this one.
  • Miracle On U Street
    Miracle On U Street
    Earlier today, we learned that Wale would be dropping a mixtape with A-Trak entitled Festivus on December 23rd. Before that, the DC rapper has decided to liberate a cut that will not exist on the tape nor The Album About Nothing. "Miracle On U Street" opens with an intro from Mr. Folarin's Maybach Music Group label boss, Rick Ross, and contains nods to his hometown's go-go scene. 
  • Quick Fast
    Quick Fast
    We've known that Wale was the feature on Audio Push's first single from their debut album, and today we're excited to premiere that song, "Quick Fast," as the West Coast duo are getting ready to roll out their debut album (soon, we hope).
  • Twerk It
    Twerk It
    Project Pat snags features from two of his most famous Taylor Gang affiliates on "Twerk It." Intended for the emcee's upcoming Cheeze N Dope 3 mixtape hosted by MMG’s DJ Scream, the track also features a closing verse from Wale and club-ready production from the reliable KE On The Track. Check for this one in strip clubs across America.
  • Thirsty (Remix)
    Thirsty (Remix)
    OVO Sound’s PartyNextDoor hasn’t gotten to where he is today with the help from others (minus Drake), but tonight he’s taking that route and calling on MMG’s own Wale for a guest verse on the remix to “Thirsty”.
  • The Body
    The Body
    Wale is finally ready to get back to the music. After releasing the trailer for The Album About Nothing earlier today, the MMG rapper comes through just hours later and shares the project’s first single titled “The Body”, featuring R&B crooner Jeremih.
  • Don't Shoot
    Don't Shoot
    Today we've got a slew of rappers, both underground and mainstream, teaming up for an important message on "Don't Shoot." The record comes in the wake of Mike Brown's tragic death, who was shot six times by police officer Darren Wilson although he was unarmed. Even if you don't watch the news, there's no way you could avoid this in the media as Ferguson, MO has become a focal point. "Don't Shoot" rounds up features from Game, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT.
  • My Town (Tags)
    My Town (Tags)
    Though today's already seen one Wale guest spot on a smaller artist's track (Black Cobain's "Lost Files"), it seems that the MMG rapper isn't finished with his co-signs for the day. He's now teamed up with Magazeen for a third time to release "My Town."
  • Lost Files
    Lost Files
    In the past when Black Cobain and Wale teamed up, the results have been fire, giving us the tracks "4 AM" and "Busy Now." Their latest joint effort is no exception, with "Lost Files" sure to drum up excitement from fans of both artists.
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