Wale "The God Smile" Video
Wale plans to drop two albums this year, but before he makes good on that promise, he has taken the time to revisit his last album, The Album About Nothing, by providing a video to the track "The God Smile." For the new video, Wale travels to the country of his heritage, Nigeria, to provide a vibrant snapshot of the country's culture, which has provided the D.C. rapper with a warm reception.
Wale "Black Hoodie Freestyle" Video
During South By Southwest Wale dropped by the Audiomack Studios to let loose this “Black Hoodie Freestyle.” Wale spits a quick stanza for his haters, rapping about his spending habits and enemies. Wale gets creative on this one, switching up his flow more than once during the short freestyle.
Wale Performs At President Obama's State Of The Union
President Obama delivered his eighth and final State of the Union address Tuesday night. Before he took the podium in the House Chamber, another notable DC celeb took the stage to get the crowd hyped: Wale.
Wale Remixes ESPN First Take's Theme Music
Wale has guested on ESPN's First Take a few times, and apparently, back in 2012, he was asked to remix the theme music to the sports talk show, which is hosted by Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless, and Molly Qerim. Well, it took him a while, but the D.C. rapper has now done just that.
Tank Feat. Wale "You Don't Know" Video
Tank Feat. Wale
With his album Sex, Love & Pain 2 approaching on the horizon, Tank shares a the video for "You Don't Know" feat. Wale.
OutKast's "Stankonia" 15th Anniversary Documentary
Yesterday (Oct. 31) marked the 15th anniversary of OutKast's Stankonia. Crazy right? MTV has just released a "Stankonia" documentary to the commemorate the occasion and explore the legacy of the groundbreaking album. The short film includes footage of both group members from the months before and after the release in 2000 as well as new retrospective commentary from Big Boi and Andre 3000, both of whom are now 40 years old.
Rick Ross Responds To Meek Mill/Wale Beef On Snapchat
Meek Mill was embroiled in some light beef with Wale yesterday, after he heard the comments Wale made during his Breakfast Club interview on the subject of Meek's beef with Drake. Meek's twitter fingers got the best of him, as he took to Instagram to write a long-winded post about Wale and claim he's not MMG. Wale gave a rather light-hearted response on twitter, and we're expecting this will fizzle out rather quickly, as Meek has already deleted the incriminating IG post. Nonetheless, when Rick Ross caught wind of the back-and-forth, he responded via Snapchat.
Wale Feat. Skeme "Know Me" Video
Wale Feat. Skeme
Wale shared four new tracks today, and if that weren't enough, he's now delivered the video for one of them. "Know Me," the Harry Fraud-produced, Skeme-assisted highlight is the one chosen (though we anticipate more to come), getting a sunny west coast visual to accompany it. Among the footage seems to be some shots from L.A. sessions Wale did, as we get a glimpse of Ty Dolla $ign, an artist Wale shouted out on the Breakfast Club for being easy to work with (hopefully they have some tracks in the chamber.
Wale On The Breakfast Club
Wale is the latest guest on The Breakfast Club, and you can expect some healthy debates to occur when he's around. Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee start the discussion on Lamar Odom's health condition, which leads into a discussion of drugs (with Wale confirming that some rappers do use heroin), and then from there, into a discussion of the #BlackLivesMatter campaign.
Wale Feat. Stokley Williams "The Bloom" Video
Wale Feat. Stokley Williams
On Labor Day, Wale has dropped the video to the feel-good love jam, "The Bloom," from his latest album, The Album About Nothing, released back in March. The song features soul singer Stokley Williams, who also contributed vocals on "The Intro About Nothing." The video takes us to a remote island location, where Wale spits romance at a beautiful woman as they dance on the beach and enjoy champagne at their oceanfront mansion -- it doesn't look like Rozay's Rosé, either, which is probably a classy move on Wale's part.
DJ Cassidy Feat. Chromeo, Wale "Future Is Mine" Video
DJ Cassidy Feat. Chromeo & Wale
Usually working the 1s and 2s at parties attended by such big names as Jay-Z, Oprah, & President Obama, DJ Cassidy comes through with a potential hit record of his own, "Future is Mine" feat. Chromeo & Wale. Somewhere deep in the recesses of white America, probably out in the Hamptons, the trio of Cassidy, Chromeo and Wale join forces to judge models according to how sexy they can look on the tennis court. It's like the NBA dunk contest but for prepsters.
Wale Performs "The Matrimony" On Jimmy Kimmel
Out promoting The Album About Nothing and its rising single “Matrimony”, Wale made his way by Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night and served as the evenings musical guest. Backed by a live band, the MMG representer took to the stage to perform his new hit single sans Usher unfortunately. Opening the performance by wishing Tupac a happy birthday, Wale went on to deliver a smooth, intimate performance that saw the crowd on their feet and vibing along to. Check it out above.
Wale Feat. Usher "The Matrimony" Video
Wale Feat. Usher
A few weeks before Wale released The Album About Nothing, the long-awaited conclusion to his Seinfeld-inspired series, he shared "The Matrimony," a smooth track that featured Usher and hinted at the more mature direction he'd be taking on the album. Today, the track gets a video shot in the most fitting setting: a wedding.
Wale Talks Wrestling With Paul Heyman & Lisa Ann
If you've been following Wale even casually, you'll know that he's a huge wrestling fan, so the fact that he's been asked to appear on Paul Heyman’s series "Heyman Hustle" is no surprise. The conversation goes from wresting, to Wale's LP, The Album About Nothing, to lessons in Yiddish pretty quick, also, porn star Lisa Ann is hanging out in the background for some reason.
Wale "The Girls On Drugs" Video
Wale's new LP, The Album About Nothing debuted at number one this week without the help of a big single. J Cole's recent success with 2014 Forest Hills Drive has proved that for an album-oriented artist, singles may not be as important as they seem, but it doesn't mean Wale doesn't still have a hit in him.
Wale Visits ESPN's First Take
ESPN's "First Take" has always welcomed rappers to join them in their conversations about sports, but having Wale on the show was a bit of a special occasion, as the rapper and fellow MMG labelmate, Stalley penned a theme song for the show a few years back. On top of talking about the themes of his new LP, "The Album About Nothing," on the show, he also touched on the inspiration for the "First Take" theme, which is apparently sung regularly by fans of the show at events.
Wale On The Breakfast Club
Wale dropped his new studio LP, The Album About Nothing, just yesterday, and so far fans seem to be satisfied with the project. The rapper himself is also very proud of his new work, which he expressed in his new 45-minute interview with The Breakfast Club.
Wale & Jerry Seinfeld Call Rick Ross In Their Latest Vlog
The Album About Nothing dropped today, and to coincide with the release, Wale just released the latest episode of his vlog series with Jerry Seinfeld. Each episode takes its name and premise from a Seinfeld episode, and after "The Matrimony" and "The White Shoes", the latest episode is titled "The Phone Call".
Wale Performs "The Girls On Drugs" On Jimmy Fallon
To promote his newly-released album The Album About Nothing, Wale made his way by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday night and served as the very special musical guest.