There are too many to list but every drug severs a purpose, whether it be good or bad. Wale had seen this first-hand with himself and now more and more with the ladies he’s associating with as hear on “Girls On Drugs”.
Providing an explanation for why women are turning to things like adderall and cocaine to hide their emotional scars, “Girls On Drugs” is a non-judgmental look at the inner workings of drug use in females. And while he certainly understands the downside of this pill popping world, Wale can’t seem to escape associating himself with these “Girls On Drugs” because they give him his own sort of high.
Between his own disappointment and the overall displeasure with his last album The Gifted, Wale knew he needed to return to his roots. He needed to return to lyricisim. And to do that Wale brought it Pusha T to jump off “The Deep End”.
Off his Seinfeld-inspired mixtape Festivus, “The Deep End” brings Wale back to the days before his signing with MMG. And while joining Rick Ross’ label has certainly had it’s advantages, “The Deep End” reminds listeners that old school Wale might just be the best Wale.
He has taken some serious flack from fans between his feud with labelmate Meek Mill and his departure from the sound which originally generated his success. But now it seems like Wale has his head on straight again with his brand new single, “The Body”.
The first release from The Album About Nothing, which is a continuation of his mixtape serious based off Seinfeld, “The Body” brings Wale and Jeremih back together for another round. The duo which made “That Way” so successful takes a similar route with this joint and will sure have the ladies crawling back to Folarin.
J. Cole spoke. Then it was G-Unit. Now it’s The Game who is making his feelings known about the death of Michael Brown. But he is not alone as Game has brought in a lengthy list of MC’s to raise their hands and say “Don’t Shoot”.
With the impact of the events of Ferguson capturing the nation, it is no wonder the list of rapper on “Don’t Shoot” is prolific. Joining The Game on a track which mixes “Be Free’s” heartfelt emotion and “Ahhh S**t’s” aggressiveness is Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Diddy, Fabolous, Wale, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beatz, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT who all have their own points-of-view on these trying times.
All over the news today, Wale certainly has certainly had an eventful afternoon. While his twitter beef with fellow MMG rapper, Meek Mill, gained most of the attention, Wale also dropped a brand new tracks for his fans entitled, “The Followers”.
Even though his situation with Meek Mill deserves the attention it is receiving, especially concerning the fact that they are labelmates, Wale’s new joint should certainly garner some clicks as well. There has been no word on where Wale stands with MMG but “The Followers” sounds much more like the Wale before he teamed up with Rick Ross.
Rick Ross was so excited that his hometown Miami Heat made the NBA Finals back in 2011 that he dropped a track dedicated to the accomplishment. Now that they are back for the fourth year in a row it was only fitting that Rozay to it again but only bigger with “Finals 2”.
Reaching almost nine minutes in length, “Finals 2” features quite the list of MMG artists. Wale, Gunplay, Rockie Fresh, Fat Trel, Tracy T and French Montana all join Ricky on “Finals 2” as they all provide individual verses celebrating being the the finals of their own realm.
Being the innovator that he is, Elton John is decided to let some of his greatest hits get a little touch up. With the reissue of his Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album dropping on March 25, John let a few of today’s biggest names, including Miguel and Wale, remix tracks like “Bennie And The Jets”.
With a revamped beat, Miguel truly makes “Bennie And The Jets” his own to the pleasure of Elton John himself. Wale adds a completely original verse to the iconic track but it is Miguel’s innovation which is opening eyes.