Video: Wale – My Sweetie

Wale felt the need to release this video for one of his iTunes bonus songs, which was directed by his homie Tabi Bonney, after getting a bit of backlash from people saying he didn’t have enough “dark” sisters in the video for “Pretty Girls.”

Previously: Wale – My Sweetie (Unfinished) (prod. Apple Juice Kid)


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110 Responses to “Video: Wale – My Sweetie”

  1. 381BleeckerStreet Says:

    #dmv, we on.

  2. Wale Says:

    back to back posts…this is gonna cost me

  3. nation Says:

    >> back to back posts…this is gonna cost me

    stop it 5

  4. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i’m not mad at this track at all.

  5. GregOden Says:

    And now… for all you African Wale fans out there…!

    *6 people cheer*

  6. eyes Says:

    if you dont like this you just mad as shit.

  7. YaBoy88 Says:

    ^ shaddap to GregOden

    Naija stand up … *Hov Salute*

  8. BroliC FontS Says:

    Self hate FTW

  9. BroliC FontS Says:

    On some real shit tho, Ive had “mixtape about nothing” in the hwhip’s heavy rotation over the past week….Wale went in on that jawn. WhyTF did they leave the hiphop/gogo hybrid sound behind?

    youtube.com/watch?v=fpE77KEHSmE

    ^perfect plan….quite fire

  10. BroliC FontS Says:

    **hhwhip

  11. BroliC FontS Says:

    Wale Says:

    February 8th, 2010 at 9:36 pm
    back to back posts…this is gonna cost me

    ^I fucking gotta go…

  12. Stop it 5 Says:

    # nation Says:
    February 8th, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    >> back to back posts…this is gonna cost me

    stop it 5
    ^
    Tell Em Nate

  13. 456 Says:

    “jazz niggass said about hip-hop” ? i have no idea what the point of that statement is. As far as i know jazz has not commercially and blatantly embraced hip-hop in a way in which it has assimilated into the genre and allowed for jazz to lose its identity. it’s not as if M.O.P will be performing at the blue note next week after they open up for ron carter at bird land. You dig? And im not saying “our shit is better.” What im saying is drake-ish figures are pop stars (another genre) that have become part of hip-hop and are passing off as represenations of the genre and of mcs. The bru is not that different than mark wahlberg rhyming in new kids on the block–except that he gota co-sign from weezy and bunch of other mainstream artists.

    ^you missed my point. jazz couldnt acknowledge hiphop as the “new” jazz based on the fact that the jazz musicians felt like their music was better. which made most of them not understand the creative maelstrom that became hiphop. drake is gifted. as technically sophisticated a rapper as anybody out here. i dont know what he’s ultimately gonna bring to the table but to be like the 90′s was the shit and everything afterward is weak, is an emotional statement. nostalgia kills music. real talk.

  14. 456 Says:

    some jazz musicians got it and rolled with hiphop as the new black avant guarde: quincy, miles, ron carter, a few others…

  15. KzA aka Roberto Commente Says:

    soo not being a Nipsey Hussle fan whatsoever… he fuckin kilt that song on the Curren$y tape

  16. Black Brokaw Says:

    wale is Nice. Numbers lie

  17. k1ng Says:

    That’s a nice fitted he got on still.

    Jays >>

  18. Bricktop Says:

    What cois said.

    And @hl, as far as new cats go, yeah there’s a couple nice ones, but they lack something. It’s like they don’t have that FIRE in their spirit. Like it’s one thing to be clever and witty or whatever, but you gotta have some type of fire or intensity or energy to really make your shit believable. These kids really lack that element. It’s all punchlines these days – no emotion.

    I think the word I was looking for is hunger. I just don’t hear the hunger that used to be so prevelant. The entire industry took Jay’s lazy ass flow and ran with. Of course the south was already on that lazy flow shit, and since they’re running shit now. . . .

  19. 456 Says:

    the track that he sampled is a banger on the continent.

  20. hl Says:

    drake is gifted. as technically sophisticated a rapper as anybody out here.

    —-

    Nope

  21. KzA aka Roberto Commente Says:

    # Wale Says:
    February 8th, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    back to back posts…this is gonna cost me

    ^^

    *gem*
    *steals gem*
    *inserts into laser (c) congo*
    *kills self*

  22. 456 Says:

    These kids really lack that element. It’s all punchlines these days – no emotion.

    ^they didnt come up in the same environment. how they gonna fake that? the new generation got different needs and a different take on shit. maybe j. cole aint hungry enough for you. that don’t mean he doin something that won’t have impact on his generation…

  23. 456 Says:

    Nope

    ^you ain’t listening close enough.

  24. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Nah disagree with your sentiment kills music statement 456. What motherfuckers lack in creativity and word play now they make up for with a manufactured image and autotune.

    And your comment about jazz is out of wack. Hip-hop and jazz are two different genres, one may have been born out of the other and so there are synergies but if you’re trying to compare that with 90′s hip-hop and 2010 hip-hop you’re been supping that local fermented crazy juice.

  25. hl Says:

    @Brick Top I know what you mean about random punchline rappers don’t really connect. But you have someone like Blu (who’s not new, but new enough), who has all the skills you mentioned. He’s not on the radio, but he damn sure releases material that isn’t hard to find. And he’s just one example. Then you still have someone like Nas, who just spit like 32 bars of fury a few posts ago. Due to the internet there’s something out there to satisfy any taste. There were at least 10 dope albums released last year. That’s why I dont get the Drake/Soulja Boy/Gucci hate.

  26. Black Brokaw Says:

    culture changes but the topics are still the same. you just gotta realize hip hop is the mostlimited genre out there

  27. Bricktop Says:

    Okay so this is what I’ve learned about all music. Different people use different types of music for different things.
    Example: my girl loves gay radio shit as much as I love awesome late 90′s rap. Seriously. She LOVES the shit they play on the radio. Why? Simple: she’s not listening to music for the reasons that I do. She wants music that she can shout the lyrics to with her drunk girlfriends at the beach. I on the other hand want theme music to drown puppies to.

    See?

  28. 456 Says:

    And your comment about jazz is out of wack. Hip-hop and jazz are two different genres, one may have been born out of the other and so there are synergies but if you’re trying to compare that with 90’s hip-hop and 2010 hip-hop you’re been supping that local fermented crazy juice.

    ^tell me when sentiment made great music or art. sentimentality is like fungus to great art. it has no place in it. especially not nostalgia. nostalgia had those fuckin old ass mufukas the who doing the half time superbowl show. ridiculous. those cats had no business in the spotlight.

    as for my analogy, i just remember people like wynton marsalis hating on hiphop and not realizing that premier and rakim and j. dilla were the direct descendants of jazz. but they couldn’t hear it because they were too caught up in their own shit. jazz stopped being truly relevant to black people in the early seventies. by the eighties it was some shit white people listen to and die hards. all them jazz dudes turned their back on the youth basically. and all i’m sayin is the shit you all are talkin sounds familiar.

  29. 456 Says:

    I on the other hand want theme music to drown puppies to.

    ^i have no idea what musician would qualify. lady gaga?

  30. CZ Says:

    At the end of the day people need to stop worrying about who is popular and who is not. If you like an artist Blu, Jay Elec, Currensy,etc. dont worry about the spins they get on radio just enjoy the music. People are too ignorant now of days to enjoy “good music” their minds have been flooded with bullshit for too long since early 2000′s. I think someone who can only listen to shit like Lil Wayne, JayZ, and Jeezy is just stuck on stupid and it is what it is

  31. Bricktop Says:

    Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. No need to bring Kieth Moon’s (rip) brothers into this. You leave them alone!

  32. CZ Says:

    Okay so this is what I’ve learned about all music. Different people use different types of music for different things.
    Example: my girl loves gay radio shit as much as I love awesome late 90’s rap. Seriously. She LOVES the shit they play on the radio. Why? Simple: she’s not listening to music for the reasons that I do. She wants music that she can shout the lyrics to with her drunk girlfriends at the beach. I on the other hand want theme music to drown puppies to.

    See?

    ^
    lol @ theme music to drown puppies to..damn

  33. CZ Says:

    Oh yea…wassup to everybody

  34. D. Billz Says:

    This song and vid is fresh though. And I’m a bonafide Wale hater.

  35. &What?! Says:

    The 90′s are over, and have been for over 10 years.

    We can’t stay listening to Biggie, Big L, ‘Pac and Pun forever.. cause they ain’t making new music, obviously. Cats gotta move forward.

  36. hl Says:

    456, you make a good point. I dont think the jazz analogy works, but I see what you’re saying though.

  37. Bricktop Says:

    What I was getting at was that fans of today’s rap don’t listen to it for the same reasons that I’ve been listening to it my entire life. Therefor rappers don’t rap with the same intent that they used to.
    In general, rap is used as a different tool these days as opposed to the of yesteryear.

  38. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    Eng’s father has a vagina. Tis all.

  39. CZ Says:

    The 90’s are over, and have been for over 10 years.

    We can’t stay listening to Biggie, Big L, ‘Pac and Pun forever.. cause they ain’t making new music, obviously. Cats gotta move forward.
    ^

    I guess its like the relative(s) some of us have that are stuck in the 80′s. Every generation goes through it. Sad but true

  40. B.Payton Says:

    This Video is dope. Tabi Bonney did a great job

  41. &What?! Says:

    I guess its like the relative(s) some of us have that are stuck in the 80’s. Every generation goes through it. Sad but true

    ^

    Word, the percentage of people that actually listen to music made before they were born, or old enough to listen is pretty low. 12 year old rap fans nowadays listen to the likes of Drake and Wayne cause that’s what’s on the radio and the internet, the majority ain’t checking for rap that was made before they were born.

  42. Dodge Says:

    so u got the video with the white girls and ur poppin ace of spades…..video with the black women and ur putting dolla bills and shit on they foreheads….GTFOH strait bullshit..dudes a sucka

  43. Bricktop Says:

    Honestly I just feel sorry for those 12 year olds you speak of. Oh well.

  44. EnglandRepresent Says:

    I just think it ain’t cricket to make a direct comparison of jazz to hip-hop, different music, whereas you can make a direct comparison of rappers that emerged in the 90′s and rappers that emerged in the current day and age. And I’m sayin, yeah it’d be nice not to be nostalgic but the fact is that there ain’t no one worth a shit who’s come out recently spittin at the moment with the exception of a handful. No one. And that’s why when peoples see a Drake or a Wayne or a whoever they think they’re the shit because somewhere along the line hip-hop fans have been conditioned to accept mediocrity. So when you say these dudes will appeal to their generatio nwell maybe but that’s because the current generation got no substance to their soul. I said it.

  45. hl Says:

    Dont get it twisted. Aint nothing wrong with thinking your era was the greatest. The 90′s will always be the best to me. But I love music too much not to fuck with new stuff. Like Chris Rock said, whatever type of music you was listening to when you started fucking, is gonna always be your favorite.

  46. EnglandRepresent Says:

    whatever type of music you was listening to when you started fucking

    ^^Barry White????

  47. CZ Says:

    the guy that did my income tax at h&r block name is Wale…just felt like letting that be known

  48. EnglandRepresent Says:

    D-Block’s third cousin once removed got all her own teeth. First in the family.

  49. Bricktop Says:

    Listen to those who have actually experienced the past and are currently experiencing the present: Eng is right.

  50. SeniorCivilian Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    February 8th, 2010 at 10:35 pm

    What I was getting at was that fans of today’s rap don’t listen to it for the same reasons that I’ve been listening to it my entire life. Therefor rappers don’t rap with the same intent that they used to.
    In general, rap is used as a different tool these days as opposed to the of yesteryear.
    ^Damn. That’s a gem right there.

  51. kobe wit a fro Says:

    So when you say these dudes will appeal to their generatio nwell maybe but that’s because the current generation got no substance to their soul. I said it.

    *******

    Same thing elderly folks said when rap first started out.

  52. Black Brokaw Says:

    when i was 12 big pimpin and slim shady were big…but i also discovered big L at that time too. but the subject matter from then and now hasn’t changed 1 bit so there’s really no generation of 12 year olds that are better off

  53. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    the current generation got no substance to their soul.

    ^

    yep. fairly accurate assessment.

    damn eng, them nuns whupped that ass to learn you well in grade school ha?

  54. EnglandRepresent Says:

    when i was 12 big pimpin and slim shady were big…

    ^^You lie Boosie you ol’ ass motherfucker. You was 12 when Al Green was in his prime.

    Same thing elderly folks said when rap first started out.

    ^^Different genre of music the comparison ain’t direct. Comparing rappers to rappers is though which makes it valid.

  55. Black Brokaw Says:

    You lie Boosie you ol’ ass motherfucker. You was 12 when Al Green was in his prime.
    •••••
    stop being paranoid

  56. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    stop being paranoid

    ^

    here we go again-chuck d

  57. hl Says:

    Does Freeway’s album comes out tommarow? I’m hoping its in Best Buy.

  58. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    whatever type of music you was listening to when you started fucking

    ^

    keith washington still gets the girlsquite randy i must admit.

  59. Bricktop Says:

    I’ve obviously had this debate before and it always boils down to this: can you name a rap album released in the last 5 yrs that w/o a shadow of a doubt is better than:
    36 Chambers
    Reasonable Doubt
    War Report
    Ready To Die
    It Was Written
    The Infamous
    The Chronic
    Doggystyle
    etc. . .

    Call me old. Fine. Compare me to jazz folk. Whatever. Try to prove that better rap (emphasis on the better part) exists today? Nah, son.

  60. CZ Says:

    If your music has no replay value it means your album has no substance..I mean damn even people Dough E Fresh and Nice and Smooth had replay value so what does that say about these bullshit artist now of days

  61. hl Says:

    The niggas complaining about hiphop aint bought an album since the 90′s.

  62. CZ Says:

    If your music has no replay value it means your album has no substance..I mean damn even people Dough E Fresh and Nice and Smooth had replay value so what does that say about these bullshit artist now of days

    ^
    ok maybe i took it a little too far back, but hey I was around older cousins a lot when i was little

  63. CZ Says:

    Last album i bought was Food and Liquor

  64. Bricktop Says:

    actually, that was a trick question. it’s a well known fact that rappers don’t even attempt to make entire ‘albums’ anymore.

  65. PW Says:

    Last album i bought was Food and Liquor
    ^
    Last new album i bought was 2Pac Better Dayz.

  66. CZ Says:

    For hip hop to regain respect from people that lost respect for it you would have to hear some collabos that aint gonna happen

  67. Bricktop Says:

    mixtapes & ringtones. it used to be that mixtapes were appetizers for the album. that changed a few years ago. now mixtapes are the only thing worth checking for from any rapper. their actual ‘albums’ are just one or two singles/ringtones and a bunch of filler. go ahead, tell me i’m senile. afterwards, try to prove me wrong.

  68. Black Brokaw Says:

    just because you’re not replaying doesn’t mean everyone else is too. I’ve got tons of old music that i stopped listening to. same with new music. Hip hop is a brain washing tool. some people resist the current wave by throwing on the oldies but that won’t do you any good because its pretty much the same message. It seems like people are just looking for someone to blame because they don’t like this “new” music

  69. CZ Says:

    It may sound like a contradiction to what i have been saying but the only last album i could have seen myself buying is the American Gangster album…I guess i’m big on production

  70. Bricktop Says:

    blame? i blame the figure skaters with microphones. smh.

  71. hl Says:

    I think rappers have went back to thinking of an album as a collection of songs. Niggas aint trying to make movies anymore, or even bring you into their world. I think that’s why people liked Ross’ last album so much.

  72. kobe wit a fro Says:

    Call me old. Fine. Compare me to jazz folk. Whatever. Try to prove that better rap (emphasis on the better part) exists today? Nah, son.

    ******

    That’s a generational statement. The one’s who have answers are 12-18, and they’ll mention Lil wayne, TI, Drake, and Kanye West’s music.

  73. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    mediafire.com/?mkmztgddgnd

    ^

    nas ova j-dilla beats. why nation aint post this escapes me but you all welcome to DILLMATIC.

  74. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    yo jorge good loox on that nas comp.

  75. Bricktop Says:

    hopefully, this is just a transitional period to something alot fucking better. and on that note, the wife beckons. Seacrest, out!

    oh yeah, chew on that albums list^^, youngins. your homework is to find me something better within the last 5 years.

  76. Black Brokaw Says:

    what were they back then? male strippers with mics? hip hop has left in its wake a male population with no idea of what man hood is

  77. CZ Says:

    Speaking of Ross…Alot of these rappers wont comment on Ross past because they was some part time hustlers working full time at UPS or some grocery store like a lot of niggas you and I know

  78. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Last album i bought was Food and Liquor

    ^^Co-sig

  79. hl Says:

    what were they back then? male strippers with mics?

    wtf?

  80. Delgado Says:

    This good-bad thing is subjective at best, to be honest.

  81. NiGgAsLUvTohAtE Says:

    I’m more into the music of say a J.Cole or JayElect than I am of a Drake, because of my preference to that intelligent rhyme or lyrics type’a rap. Shit that makes you do research to understand certain things.

    That doesn’t take from the honesty of Drake’s lyrics, he expresses the type of emotion that the newer generation can relate to. His lyrics are basic but still honest.. If hiphop is about keeping it real, then at least Drake is keeping it 1hunnid..

  82. D. Billz Says:

    # Dodge Says:
    February 8th, 2010 at 10:46 pm

    so u got the video with the white girls and ur poppin ace of spades…..video with the black women and ur putting dolla bills and shit on they foreheads….GTFOH strait bullshit..dudes a sucka

    ^So one form of misogyny is better than the other because of the complexion of the girls? I’m not understanding your comments. My Sweetie just likes a typical Nigerian house party (if anybody has ever been to one). Pretty Girls looks like exactly what the label wanted to be, hence why the lightskin and half-breeds are in it.

  83. EnglandRepresent Says:

    Kev stop fucking men. Your kids deserve better. (YH) *daps*

  84. D. Billz Says:

    My Sweetie just looks like*

  85. CZ Says:

    I tipped my hat off to Lupe for being creative without gloryfing the ills of what he has been through or seen. Lupe is a real nigga and people dont see it because he doesnt fit what a lot of these labels want artist to portray. The fuckin industry even got Soldier Boy trynna look thugged out. SMH

  86. nation Says:

    >> nas ova j-dilla beats. why nation aint post this escapes me but you all welcome to DILLMATIC.

    we don’t really post blends/mash-ups unless it’s new releases like Cookin’ Soul and shit. I thought Dillmatic was old…

  87. hl Says:

    FTR Pretty Girls is a dope ass song. Wale at his best IMO (nh).

  88. EnglandRepresent Says:

    All forms of misogyny have got their place Billy you know that you perverted fuck. *daps*

  89. hl Says:

    What female comedian said rappers need to put they’re real girl/wife in the video? “Where’s Susan? Where that bitch at?”

  90. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    i cooked up some ether for you tonight eng but i’m spent since last nights superbowl party so i’ma let you live chap.

    *daps*

  91. NiGgAsLUvTohAtE Says:

    The fuckin industry even got Soldier Boy trynna look thugged out. SMH

    >>Agreed with the Lupe sentiment but most of the so-called 90′s hiphop heads bashed Lupe all types of ways.. But then cry about no real talent. If niggas buy these albums instead of stealing it, the record labels will encourage that type of artistry. Its business and they’ll only push what sells. FACT

    Soulja boy is only succumbing to what his young mind is interpreting as “what the people want” b’cos he’s been told he ain’t real, hard or hiphop and what have you. His content is what is lacking not his image, but like every typical artist these days, the image counts more than the actual talent, so ….

  92. CZ Says:

    *Random*
    Anybody hear that Roger Goodell banning the 3 point stance?..pause

  93. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    36 Chambers
    Reasonable Doubt
    War Report
    Ready To Die
    It Was Written
    The Infamous
    The Chronic
    Doggystyle

    ^

    add fantastic vol. 2 to that list too youngins.

  94. CZ Says:

    @ niggasluvetohate

    True

  95. CZ Says:

    36 Chambers
    Reasonable Doubt
    War Report
    Ready To Die
    It Was Written
    The Infamous
    The Chronic
    Doggystyle
    ^
    capital punishment

  96. CZ Says:

    ..and Iron Man

  97. hl Says:

    36 Chambers
    Reasonable Doubt
    War Report
    Ready To Die
    It Was Written
    The Infamous
    The Chronic
    Doggystyle

    ^

    add fantastic vol. 2 to that list too youngins.

    —-

    That’s another era. Then you’d have to add Supreme Clientele, Stillmatic, Blueprint, Madvilliany, etc.

  98. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    36 Chambers
    Reasonable Doubt
    War Report
    Ready To Die
    It Was Written
    The Infamous
    The Chronic
    Doggystyle

    ^
    add ‘wonderful world of cease a leo’ if you’re into weed carrier classics.

  99. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    That’s another era

    ^

    excuse me? how?

  100. SeniorCivilian Says:

    # Bricktop Says:
    February 8th, 2010 at 11:03 pm

    I’ve obviously had this debate before and it always boils down to this: can you name a rap album released in the last 5 yrs that w/o a shadow of a doubt is better than:
    36 Chambers
    Reasonable Doubt
    War Report
    Ready To Die
    It Was Written
    The Infamous
    The Chronic
    Doggystyle
    etc. . .

    Call me old. Fine. Compare me to jazz folk. Whatever. Try to prove that better rap (emphasis on the better part) exists today? Nah, son.
    ^Hell Hath No Fury
    IMO the greatest album of the last 5 years, and content wise is certainly better than The Chronic and Doggystyle even if it didn’t have any impact whatsoever.

  101. hl Says:

    That’s another era

    ^

    excuse me? how?

    —-

    Fantasitc vol 2 came out in 2000. 36 Chamber came out in 1993. How is that not a different era? I dont put slum village in the same era as Wu-Tang, Biggie, and Nas. Its not really the time span, as much as the climate of music.

  102. COIS Says:

    i think that everytime someone says that some new shit is wack, it is wrong to assume that the only type of shit acceptable to that person is 90′s hip-hop. I am a bonafide drake and kid cudi hater. And I dont even consider the degrassi kid a hip-hop mc. but that dont mean im stuck in the 90′s cuz i dont like teeny bopper shit. Yhere are solid mcs still out here in 2010, new and old.

  103. thiz Says:

    working full time at UPS or some grocery store

    ——

    Thats fuckery right there…no need to hustle your money up – Niggas working full time driving at UPS start off at 28$ an hour, how the fuck you gunna put grocery store right after that.

  104. Black Brokaw Says:

    niggas are beating a dead horse with a dead horse

  105. COIS Says:

    you got your mos def, qtip, fifty, jelectronica, jcole, clips shit outhere. shit is still poppin. i just dont think drake should be paert of this discusssion or artistic environment.

  106. kevfrescura de talco Says:

    Fantasitc vol 2 came out in 2000

    ^

    FV2 is a template for music that was produced in 1997 homie. it’s called ‘fantastic vol. 1.’ which is why if you’re a youngin talkin all this musically genre shit you might wanna do your homework before FACTS come into play. FV2 was for people who thought what a tribe called quest did for NY should echo universally for all times. dilla got it in in the 90′s and gave a mahfuk about industry standards/deadlines.

    “i use to rock at 92 bpm’s”(c) dilla

    a nigga that dedicated to music surpasses any genre like jimmy hendrix did.

    wake up youngins’. theres enough starbucks out there for y’all to wake the fuck up!

  107. EL Shakes Says:

    working full time at UPS or some grocery store

    ——

    Thats fuckery right there…no need to hustle your money up – Niggas working full time driving at UPS start off at 28$ an hour, how the fuck you gunna put grocery store right after that.

    I understand what you saying playboy but I’m management at UPS and ain’t no drivers STARTING off at $28 an hour, it aint happening. To bank that much you prolly been there like 15 – 20 years or more. They start at like $15. Still proper pay for a 21 year old if you include benefits, 401K, stock options and possible tuition reimbursement

  108. BroliC FontS Says:

    Yo, I cant believe I didnt listen to the song Wale – My Sweetie, damn they went in with the sample!!

    Furthermore, the money thing is not stripper shit…its customary at Nigerian parties to spray money, from what I understand

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