Skeme is a rapper from Los Angeles, whose album Ingleworld hit iTunes last night. To celebrate this, we’re dropping his video for “Ain’t Perfect,” featuring Wale.
Wale appears alongside Jay Pharoah on SNL in this H&M skit which aired this weekend.
Rick Ross delivers the remix to “No Games” with Future and the MMG fam in tow. From the official MMG Priorities Vol. One mixtape, hosted by DJ Scream.
13 Year old Houston MC, Young Marqus teams up with Wale for the footwear lovers anthem “SneakerHead”. He is the youngest artist to ever perform at the BET Hip Hop Awards, and was dubbed “The Future of Hip Hop” by the Source Magazine. Produced by 1500 or Nothin.
New single off of Shyst Red’s forthcoming mixtape Black Migo Shyst.
From Self Made 3, available now.
Khaled leaks two new cuts from his Suffering From Success album, hitting Oct. 22nd.
Directed by @coodierock and @thechike. From The Gifted, in stores now.
Here’s another look at Wale’s twerk anthem, “Clappers”.
Well, this video should ultimately destroy any further talk about Miley Cyrus twerking, as Nicki shows her what time it is around the 3:30 minute mark.
Wale’s track recorded for ESPN’s RGIII: The Will to Win documentary, which will air next Tuesday. Peep the trailer below the track.
TMZ hounds Wale at the airport about what he thought of Kendrick Lamar’s verse on Big Sean’s “Control”. “I’d’ve been offended if my name wasn’t in that sh*t,” said Wale. “I still think I’m the best rapper on the planet though.”
Wale speaks with RWD about working with Jay Z on Roc Nation, his opinion of the Trayvon Martin case, his involvement on MMG’s Self Made Vol. 3 compilation, and more.
ere’s a lost jewel from Diamond District’s Uptown XO featuring the other MMG’s big spitter Wale. The original track (sans Wale) was produced by Oddisee, but for the new version XO recruited Diamond District brother yU to show off his production skills, then had Wale drop a verse. Uptown XO’s current album “Colour de Grey” [cont.]
Wale hops on the better-late-than-never remix of Rudimental’s 2012 hit, “Feel The Love”, from their excellent LP, Home. Read our review of the album over at our dance/electronic sister site, WeAllHitPlay.Com.
From Juicy J’s upcoming LP, Stay Trippy, available August 27.
Produced by E. Jones. The final release of the Summer of Jamla series. From Rapsody’s upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape, ‘She Got Game’ hosted by DJ Drama.
“Back 2 Ballin” features Wale and French Montana as players in an 8-bit environment, allowing them to serve it up in stages alike your favorite arcade game. Whether it’s street fights, racing, or basketball, Wale and French Montana take care of business personally, sparing no gold chain, trophy girl, or finishing move. Directed by The [cont.]
J. Cole and Wale team up for this non-album collaborative track with Jake One on the beat.
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