Last night, headlines swirled about Wale after an alleged confrontation with a fan at a professional wrestling event. But prior to those rumors, the MC dropped a proper remix for The Gifted‘s “Sunshine,” featuring Rick Ross and Common.
As the snow continues to fall and the best videos of the year are already in the history books, rappers don’t really have much to aim or gain going into the Top 10 Videos Of The Week.
We commend Wale for releasing new material to coincide with recent news about gripes he has with certain music publications. His latest release is this visual for a personal favorite from The Gifted called “Heaven’s Afternoon,” featuring Meek Mill.
Wale might have outdone himself (see “Back 2 Ballin”) with the visual for “Golden Salvation (Jesus Piece)” from his third studio album, The Gifted. On the track, the MMG affiliated lyricist rhymes from the perspective of a souped-up chain.
Wale had a few shapely women in the visual for “Clappers,” but they were no experts in the art twerking. That said, the Maybach Music Group rapper returns with the Slutty Boyz in an alternate treatment starring Atlanta’s own Twerk Team.
It took a while, but Wale has finally debuted the long-awaited visual for The Gifted‘s gentleman’s club anthem “Clappers,” featuring Nicki Minaj and Juicy J.
J. Cole is nowhere near done riding the wave of his gold sophomore effort, Born Sinner. Following the success of the “Dollar and a Dream” shows, the Dreamville lyricist will embark on the “What Dreams May Come” tour with his partner in rhyme Wale.
Wale takes us to a world where 16 is enough in the visual for “Back 2 Ballin.” The number we’re referring to has nothing to do with his bars and everything to do with graphics –particularly bits– because he and his rhyming brethren French Montana take on the roles of video game characters in the […]
If we appreciate anything about Hip-Hop’s new class of kings, it’s their competitive spirit and willingness to display that alongside each other on wax. Such is the case on this new release from J. Cole and Wale called “Winter Schemes.”
Wale has the No. 1 record in the country with The Gifted. The MMG rapper’s third album sold 158,000 copies its first week while its nearest competitor was J. Cole’s Born Sinner, which sold 84,000 units.
It’s been quite a week for Wale. The D.C. native saw the release of his third album, The Gifted, and hosted a special “black tie” event in his hometown to celebrate the affair on Wednesday (June 26) night. Kicking off the six-city “Moët Rosé Lounge” event series, the “Bad” rapper greeted fans and media alike.
In collaboration with Diddy’s Revolt TV, Wale returns with a heartfelt documentary to support his third studio album The Gifted.
Wale‘s third album, The Gifted, dropped this week, but that doesn’t mean the promotion stops. The MMG rapper hit the Late Show with David Letterman to perform “LoveHate Thing” off the new album.
Now that Wale‘s third studio album, The Gifted, is in stores, we get to hear four bonus tracks that exclusively appear on the Target version of his latest drop. Here is one that features Dom Kennedy and YG, titled “Hella.”
Few artists are as criticized and misunderstood as Wale. From attacks on social media to others questioning his motives in signing with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, the DMV native has endured despite it all. In a return to his hometown, Wale spoke on his creative process, the pressures of fame, and more ahead of […]
Wale often embraces the role of the underdog, but in all actuality, he’s quite successful. With his third studio album, The Gifted, in stores today, the DMV native sat with Peter Bailey to discuss reviving Hip-Hop’s soul, why he still isn’t comfortable with his celebrity status, being emotional in his music, and more.
With the his latest album on the cusp of release, Wale drops the video for its second official single, “LoveHate Thing.”
Kanye West’s Yeezus and J. Cole’s Born Sinner were the focal points of conversation in recent weeks. Then came the announcement of Jay-Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail, which is an entirely different animal. Not to be denied, Wale keeps his name in the mix with a live stream of his third studio album, The Gifted, exclusively through iTunes.
Wale really does this sneaker thing, and he puts his knowledge to test on a heater called “88.” Cats from the DMV have a well-documented affinity for Nike Air Foamposites and the like, but the MMG rapper opts to exalt the most high, better known as the Air Jordan shoe, on the track.