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.
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).
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.
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”.
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.
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."
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.
Last week there was some controversy within the MMG crew, when Meek Mill aired out his feelings on Twitter concerning his fellow MMG rapper Wale not properly supporting his upcoming album Dreams Worth More Than Money.
French Montana is currently readying his album Mac & Cheese 4 for release, and today it seems we've gotten a leak from the project. "R&B Chicks" features Fabolous and Wale, and it's title tells you pretty much everything you need to know about the track.
Here goes the second "Yayo" revamp of the day. After receiving Waka Flocka's take on the Snootie Wild song, Wale has decided to unleash his own version through his Every Blue Moon blog. Just like Waka did, Wale decides to change up the hook for his own purposes.
This is one of two new releases from rising singer Ken Randle. Randle decides to let go two smooth records off his upcoming debut EP, Sex In A Slab, which is also the name of the project's lead single.
Before Wale found mainstream success he was a regular DMV rapper on his mixtape grind. The Mixtape About Nothing was probably one of his most well-received and reviewed mixtape projects, garnering him a healthy dose of buzz back in 2008.