Video: Wale ft. Lloyd – Sabotage (Behind The Scenes)

Check out behind the scenes from Wale’s new video ‘Sabotage’ featuring Lloyd, directed by Asher Levin. Watch the official video premiere tomorrow on 106 & Park.

Previously: Wale – Cashin Out Freestyle


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68 Responses to “Video: Wale ft. Lloyd – Sabotage (Behind The Scenes)”

  1. brolic fonts Says:

    actually I think youngings today got a lot more aptitude and dont need knowledge kicked to them especially with all the easy access to knowledge. They just want to feel there music whether its soul, aggyness, wakabuckishness or whatever..imo of course

  2. Casket Face Says:

    niggas ain’t go through no pain or spit real life i can’t feel them….black kids are more white these days than white kids products of 70’s babies eating off that clinton era boom in the economy, that’s why white rappers are selling.

    …it’s even playing ground now, in the 90’s you we’re a brave white boy if you even thought about wandering off the beaten path. you w’ere subject to random beat downs just for being white, or when roots came on

  3. Captain Planet Says:

    Co-sign the difficulty of people outside NY/East area deciphering Ghostface

    Co-sign Ghostface’s Legend status tho

  4. Captain Planet Says:

    None of these young’ns would be trying to hear Thriller today

    Unless David Guetta remixed it

  5. Casket Face Says:

    for the record big sean is trash …he had 4 years to grow, he hasn’t.

    …FOH big sean

  6. brolic fonts Says:

    *90s street cosigns it up*

  7. Das racist Says:

    you w’ere subject to random beat downs just for being white, or when roots came on

    ^^^^^^

    Roff

  8. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    A hit record is not a hit record in different eras playboy

    * Drops Beethoven 9th Symphony in 2012 *
    ^^^^

    They didn’t even have radios back then b.

    And if it’s really a hit, the time frame doesn’t matter.

    Nelly’s “Hot In Hurr” is a certified hit. East Coast to West Coast to Down South, that shit was spinning.

    That’s a hit.

    “Big Poppa” is a hit.

  9. why? Says:

    A hit record is not a hit record in different eras playboy

    * Drops Beethoven 9th Symphony in 2012 *

    ^
    Cosign.

  10. Captain Planet Says:

    Co-sign the lack of subject matter these days

    All we do now is get online and watch each other watching each other (n)

  11. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    None of these young’ns would be trying to hear Thriller today
    ^^^

    “Billie Jean” wouldn’t be a hit today?

    “Beat It”?

    Sure, those songs are dated but can they still get asses on the dance floor?

    For sure.

  12. brolic fonts Says:

    for the record big sean is trash

    ^no sign, bro

    I thought youd support your detroit bredren, mainstream niggs bit his style and making millions off it

    on another note, them Nahright Chatline convos were hilarious.

  13. Captain Planet Says:

    Nelly’s “Hot In Hurr” is a certified hit. East Coast to West Coast to Down South, that shit was spinning.

    That’s a hit.

    “Big Poppa” is a hit.

    —————-

    A hit is a hit

    But every thing has it’s time

    The Beatles whole catalogue is straight classics

    But if they dropped today would those be number 1 albums ?

    No, the music has progressed our tastes have developed and changed

  14. Das racist Says:

    for the record big sean is trash …he had 4 years to grow, he hasn’t.

    …FOH big sean

    ^^^^^^

    He must’ve felt like a bum after Cudi got signed after him, and proceeded to drop two albums, before he could a release date for his

  15. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    actually I think youngings today got a lot more aptitude and dont need knowledge kicked to them especially with all the easy access to knowledge. They just want to feel there music whether its soul, aggyness, wakabuckishness or whatever..imo of course
    ^^^^

    It’ s not about kicking knowledge, it’s about sharing real life experiences, being your self as opposed to just following what everyone else is doing.

    That’s why an Odd Future or an ASAP Rocky is gonna get the kind of attention they’re receiving.

    They standout in a sea of copycats & wannabe’s…and even then, their shit is derivative of other acts, but they are managing to put their own spin on it and that’s why they’re winning.

  16. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Biggie would flop in this era

    ^

    Pac would flop in this era too, because they’d say he’s copying Jeezy, Ross, and every other rapper…because guess what…them niccas got their whole style from Pac!

    You can’t say “Biggie wouldn’t thrive in this era” because him and Pac created modern rap.

    I’m not saying he created them rhymsayer ass niccas in Minnesota – them niccas is in another lane and got their style from De La, Tribe, etc.

    But every mainstream nicca you could possibly point to got his whole existence from Big, Pac, or both of them – no questions asked.

    So spare the philosophical bullshit niccas.

  17. b Says:

    Its some great minds on nah.

  18. b Says:

    Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:
    March 19th, 2012 at 2:56 pm
    Biggie would flop in this era

    ^

    Pac would flop in this era too, because they’d say he’s copying Jeezy, Ross, and every other rapper…because guess what…them niccas got their whole style from Pac!

    You can’t say “Biggie wouldn’t thrive in this era” because him and Pac created modern rap.

    I’m not saying he created them rhymsayer ass niccas in Minnesota – them niccas is in another lane and got their style from De La, Tribe, etc.

    But every mainstream nicca you could possibly point to got his whole existence from Big, Pac, or both of them – no questions asked.

    So spare the philosophical bullshit niccas.

    ^ This is very interesting, who responsible for all these other lanes?

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