A trio of rappers who are also pro wrestling fans get together for “The Hurt Business.” Named after the all-Black faction in the WWE that consists of MVP, Bobby Lashley, Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin, the triple threat go in on the Camouflage Monk production.
There are a lot of music videos out there. So many that it’s really difficult for a video to be embedded into your memory longer than a few days. But Wale has created something special with “Sue Me” from last year’s Wow…That’s Crazy. Flipping racism on its head, Wale and director Kirby Jean-Raymond deliver a short film that visualizes what the world would be like if black was white and white was black. “Sue Me” is an incredible video for an equally incredible song.
Wale arrives for his first NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert where he performs songs from his recently released Wow…That’s Crazy along with choice selections from his extensive discography.
Wale has been teasing that his album is near completion for quite some time. And now he confirms it on the Thelonious Martin-produced cut “Daylight.”
Wale pays homage to Ghostface’s “Winter Wars” with a song of the same name.
More music from Smoke DZA. This time, he links up with Phil Ade and Wale to deliver some “Fiscal Thoughts.”
Wale drops a video from his recent EP to remind us that he’s not going anywhere. “Staying Power” finds the DMV rapper cruising around his home area with a pretty girl by his side while he rips this song.
First you got the audio of Wale taking on “Nas Is Like” for his own remix. Now you get the video.
Wale catches wreck over the “Nas Is Like” instrumental to deliver his version of the Nas and DJ Premier collaboration.
No, it’s not a diss. But Wale drops “Groundhog Day” in response to J. Cole’s “False Prophets” and addresses where he fits in the current state of hip hop hierarchy.
“The most highly underrated of my generation // Behind them Crooked Smiles, n*ggas neglect to embrace me // Respect is in order now, my liquor is more than y’all // You throwing them lil shots, we catching some cases” and “I remember me and Cole would open for Hov // Everyday A Star Is Born, I guess I died in the womb.”