Well I’ll have this on constant rotation when it drops May 24th. I’m happy to see there is only one Lex Luger beat. Maybach Music Group is Rick Ross, Wale, Pill, and Meek Mill.
Sidenote: Ohio emcee Stalley just signed with the already powerful label earlier this week.
1. Self Made – Wale, Meek Mill, Pill & Rick Ross feat. Teedra Moses (Produced by Just Blaze)
2. Tupac Back – Meek Mill & Rick Ross (Produced by Mill Will / Eardrummers)
3. 600 Benz – Wale & Rick Ross (Produced by Cardiak)
4. Pacman – Pill, Rick Ross feat. Diddy (Produced by Young Shun)
5. Malcolm X – Wale, Meek Mill, Pill & Rick Ross (Produced by Lil Lody)
6. Fitted Cap – Wale, Meek Mill, Rick Ross feat. J. Cole (Produced by Beat Billionaire)
7. Work – Meek Mill & Rick Ross (Produced by Lex Luger)
8. Destiny – Wale feat. Drake (Produced by DJ Toomp)
9. Rise – Pill & Wale feat. CyHi Da Prince, Curren$y & Teedra Moses (Produced by Cardiak)
10. That Way – Wale & Rick Ross feat. Jeremih (Produced by Lex Luger)
11. Let Me Know Something – Masspike Miles & Wale (Produced by Joe Lindsay)
12. I’m A Boss – Meek Mill & Rick Ross (Produced by Jahlil Beats)
13. Don’t Let Me Go – Pill & Gunplay (Produced by The Inkredibles)
14. Pandemonium – Wale, Meek Mill & Rick Ross (Produced by The Inkredibles)
15. Play Your Part – Rick Ross, Meek Mill & Wale feat. DA from Chester French (Produced by The Inkredibles)
16. Ridin On Dat Pole – Pill (Produced by Beat Billionaire)
17. Big Bank – Pill, Meek Mill & Rick Ross (Produced by Young Shun)
18. Black Panamera – Magazeen (Produced by Kontrakt Hitz)
19. Running Rebels – Wale, Meek Mill & Teedra Moses (Produced by Tone P)
Off Maybach Music’s upcoming compilation album Self Made. The album will showcase Rick Ross’ latest signees Wale, Meek Mill and Pill.
Rick Ross drops an EP of material for you all to rock to right into the new year. Solid guest features from Wiz Khalifa, Ludacris, Ne-Yo, T.I. and more. The joints with Big Sean and Drake got dropped – let’s hope they eventually see the light of day!
New Wale with Lloyd on the hook. No word on where this track will eventually end up.
Spotted at NahRight.
Wale links up with Roscoe Dash after the success of their previous collaboration “No Hands.” Sounds like a winning combination.
Also word on the street is that Wale signed with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group.
It might only be Monday, but I can assure you that both of these party joints will be tossed into this Thursday night’s pre-game playlist. Remixers Potomac Boys Club, mash up party anthem “No Hands” with UK popstar Ellie Goulding’s cut “Lights.” The result spells out slamming shots for a night of stupidity with a good group of friends.
The one and only T-Pain puts his own auto-tuned twist on two Wiz and Waka Flocka’s radio hits. They actually aren’t too bad!
Never say I’m better than Hov, but I’m the closest one… – J. Cole
Two gems off J. Cole’s Friday Night Lights mixtape which is set to drop tomorrow, Nov. 12th. This will truly be one of the best mixtape of the year.
Wale freestyles always find their way into my current playlists. I wish It was a full 32.
Shouts to Nah Right
I’ve listened through this two times this afternoon. Love him or hate him Wale knows how to drop a well-rounded mixtape. Production is on point.
Not to mention track 15 was my anthem this weekend. Download it below. haha.
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Wale has been laying low, but he has been keeping busy. He has been working on a follow up to his breakout tape titled A Mixtape About Nothing. Expect More About Nothing to drop August 3rd.
In fact, here is the first leak. And it rocks.
Update: It’s still dope but this will not be on More About Nothing.
shouts to NahRight.
Not gonna lie Chris Brown killed this. Fabo is always dope on guest verses. The original of this is a modern day classic . Thank you Wale for actually doing a new verse on a remix.
This song wins.
spotted at illRoots.
Where is Gucci?
Busy day – I’m going to be play catch up. Video for Wale’s “Pretty Girls.” The video is nothing special. Love the song though.
This is definitely a favorite. Cudi is pretty good when it comes to his guest work. I’m looking forward to his next album. Off David Guetta’s latest album One Love.
Bun B was in Chicago back in December and he dropped in the studio and recorded a pretty official joint with GLC.
Off of RubyHornet & DJ RTC present Closed Sessions Vol. 1.
Wale goes over some Waka Flocka Flame. Huh?
Wale backstage at the Regal Theater in Chicago before his performance during the Sprite Step Off. Folarin answers questions about the Windy City, fellow up-and-coming artists, and his future plans.
spotted at FSD.
Wale hops over the Young Money beat that is sweeping the airwaves.
Sorry for the rushed posts – but it’s the holidays
This is pretty fresh – I love when Pharrell does this shit. Not sure what this is from but this is a fun joint. GUCCI.
The State Vs. Radric Davis in stores now. Radric loss.
Yet another Wale freestyle – this time goin over the infamous “Stronger” beat. I haven’t heard this track in a minute. This is old but still dope.
Olubowale drops some rhymes over Hov’s “Thank You.” Good verses.
Oh how I miss the classic Dipset sound. KILLA!
I got an hour or so until dinner – gonna go bump the Diplomat records and read the new Complex mag with Eminem on the cover.
Wale goes in on the Drake track from Timbaland’s new album.
Songs with blatant sample’s like this (Tom Petty – Free Fallin’) all ways through me for a loop as a music fan. Then again how many hip-hop/rap songs are blatant samples? Has anyone heard the original sample for Jay’s “D.O.A.”???
Ha – anyway I’m always a big Chamillionaire fan so I will most definitely support. His upcoming album Venom should drop February 2nd.
Wale’s “Pretty Girls” with The Root’s as a back up band? I’m sold. Attention: Deficit in stores yesterday! SUPPPORT!
UCB – Pat Your Weave ft. Wale + BlakRoc – Ain’t Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo) ft. Mos Def & Jim Jones (Video)
UCB gets down with Wale on this DC anthem titled “Pat Your Weave.” This track is a party on its own. *adds to party playlist*
I’m actually really disappointed in myself that I haven’t been posting every single thing related to this project but I have been slacking. BlakRoc is a project with indie rock band The Black Keys in which they enlist a hip hop army for a variety of tracks. The album features Raekwon, Mos Def, Q-Tip, RZA, Ludacris, Pharoahe Monch, NOE, Nicole Wray, Billy Danze and Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
This track is titled “Ain’t Nothing Like You (Hoochie Coo)” and features Mos Def and Jim Jones.
As I fast forwarded through the BET Hip-Hop Awards last night these cyphers were easily the highlights of the night.
Up top we have Mos Def, Black Thought and Eminem. Ridiculous. I got goosebumps watching all three of these guys spit.
Below we have KRS-One, Wale, Nipsey Hussle and Gsan. Further down Nicki Minaj, Joe Budden (fuckin’ kills it), Buckshot and Crown Royyal.
The one and only DJ Premier on the 1s & 2s.
This is hip-hop people.
new link up!
This got cut from Wale’s upcoming album Attention: Deficit so it has since been released. Look for Wale’s album dropping November 10th.
Bobby Ray hasn’t fed the streets with any material in awhile…here is fresh new tune.