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 […]