Thanks to Jerry Seinfeld, Wale's More About Nothing mixtape is coming to streaming services.


Walemania is set to take place at The House of Blues and will include The Masked Man Show Live podcast, surprise guests and naturally, a performance from Wale himself.


Not really feeling that colorway but that resell value is off the charts.

After Broccoli City announced its 2022 lineup, Wale shared with his Twitter followers that he's no longer on the bill but it appears things are back on track.

Rappers are always good for rash decisions and Wale is not excused from that rule of thumb. He admits he was speeding when he dropped Roc Nation as his management agency.


Wale is taking a break from social media, citing that he's "extremely sick" to the point where he can't check up on text messages and calls.

Taking to Twitter, the Washington, D.C. Area star declared himself one of the greatest rappers of all time and announced a new project as well.


Like the majority of us, Wale's had enough of the last 1,461 days of this chaotic style of "governing" that this Trump administration has overseen and expressed as much in his latest cut, "Good Vibez."

Apple Music's Rap Life is taking its popular hip-hop playlist on the road with 'Rap Life Live.' The service tapped four leading rap acts— all who are known for speaking against racial injustice in their music— to perform at Howard U. to help open a dialog about the issues plaguing the Black community. The event is the first of many aimed to hit across HBCU campuses across the United States.

Wale has been keeping busy during these tumultuous times. Besides keeping tabs on his socials and participating in protests, today (June 19), the Washington, DC rapper dropped a new EP titled The Imperfect Storm.

Images of the rappers showing up to support the recent protests have gotten glowing marks, but Wale threw a Twitter shot at J. Cole that has since been deleted.