From Wale's "Black Heroes" to Barry's preferred karaoke track and his rap on Chuck Brown's "Go-Go Drug Free"
Posts Tagged ‘Wale’
Let’s address the elephant in the room: Wale's "Chillin" was a mistake from the jump.
"Ariana Grande? I had that at a coffee shop one time. It’s coffee with cinnamon in it."
Here, his sharpest basketball references.
The first song from Wale's upcoming release, a haunting new GoldLink track, and (finally!) concrete news on Logic's debut album.
It's an album about nothing. Nothing!
Wale splits with Roc Nation and lends a verse to a track for Michael Brown.
The Breaks is back after a two-week hiatus with thoughts on the surprise hit that regenerated national interest in Wale four years ago, new music from Yung Gleesh, Rahiem Supreme, and Dino Bam, and an old Rob Regal song that’s become painfully relevant in the wake of what’s happening in Ferguson, Mo. Then, of course, [...]
In August’s first installment of the Breaks, I consider the runaway power of Shy Glizzy’s street anthem "Awwsome," a posse cut from producer local export Tittsworth, the introduction of Rob Regal, and some new Black Cobain featuring Wale.
The Awesome Power of Shy Glizzy’s "Awwsome"
I’ll admit it—I thought it was just going to be another local [...]
In this week's installation of The Breaks, Wale clears the air on his position with MMG through song, GoldLink continues his onslaught of content, Nike Nando touches on relationships gone sour, Dunson gives his struggle anthem the visual treatment, and Malcolm Xavier takes the Prince and Kanye West approach to debuting music.
Wale’s MMG Pledge of Allegiance