Wale - Still Up Feat. Phil Ade & Jazz Cartier (Prod. By Lee Major) [New Song]

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Wale recruits Phil Ade and Jazz Cartier for this "Summer On Sunset" highlight.

Wale just shared his new mixtape, Summer On Sunset, which does not rely too heavily on features, and when guests do show up, they're always tastefully selected. "Still Up," is a breezy summer jam, informed by R&B, with some Fauntleroy-esque vocal samples creeping through the instrumental. Meanwhile, it's punctuated by synth buzz and snaps, nodding to the West Coast, and Wale's two collaborator' Phil Ade and Jazz Cartier both find the pocket between rap and melody that the pop-minded instrumental calls for. 

Of course, this is also perfect territory for Wale, who has perfected the rap radio single. This one fits right into that niche, but without playing into generic formulas either, making for a solid bid for a summer hit.

Quotable Lyrics:
Jewelry ain't nothing but gold is too much
Keep it one hundred we doing too much
Doing to much, we doing too much
Doing to much, we doing to much
Jewelry ain't much but gold is too much
Keep it one hundred we doing too much

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Still Up
Produced by Lee Major

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6 MAKE IT STOP
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84% (66)

Wale recruits Phil Ade and Jazz Cartier for this "Summer On Sunset" highlight.


Wale just shared his new mixtape, Summer On Sunset, which does not rely too heavily on features, and when guests do show up, they're always tastefully selected. "Still Up," is a breezy summer jam, informed by R&B, with some Fauntleroy-esque vocal samples creeping through the instrumental. Meanwhile, it's punctuated by synth buzz and snaps, nodding to the West Coast, and Wale's two collaborator' Phil Ade and Jazz Cartier both find the pocket between rap and melody that the pop-minded instrumental calls for. 

Of course, this is also perfect territory for Wale, who has perfected the rap radio single. This one fits right into that niche, but without playing into generic formulas either, making for a solid bid for a summer hit.

Quotable Lyrics:
Jewelry ain't nothing but gold is too much
Keep it one hundred we doing too much
Doing to much, we doing too much
Doing to much, we doing to much
Jewelry ain't much but gold is too much
Keep it one hundred we doing too much

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