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Wale is a rarity in Hip-Hop, an official comeback kid. The DC representing rapper and MMG team member drops “Freedom Of Speech,” the lead single from his forthcoming Folarin project. 

The groove, produced by NO Credit, is raise your fist music as Wale gets busy over a sample flip (okay, maybe the instrumental) of Willie Hutch’s classic “Brother’s Gonna Work It Out.” Some Obama vocal clips also add to the vibe and make the cipher complete.  The Folarin mixtape, hosted by none other that DJ Clark Kent, drops December 24th.

Listen to and download Wale’s “Freedom Of Speech” below.

Download: Wale – “Freedom Of Speech”  | Alt.


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