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Video: Wale – My Sweetie

Monday, February 8th, 2010

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)

Video: Wale Interview w/ HardKnockTV Pt. 2

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Wale talks about what he is listening to right now, the DC music scene, Mark Ronson and Rhymefest.

Previously: Part 1

Wale in Gentlemen’s Quarterly

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

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They’re running a piece on Wale in the June issue of GQ (with Christian Bale on the cover). Here’s an excerpt:

The Multitaskingest Rookie in Rap

Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, now 24, cut his teeth as an 18-year-old by jumping onstage to kick rhymes with D.C.-area go-go bands. A self-released single, “Good Girls,” found its way to Mark Ronson, who signed Wale to his label, which led to a management deal with Jay-Z’s company Roc Nation. Now, finally, his first official album is finished—and Attention Deficit might be the most sonically adventurous major-label hip-hop debut ever. With production from Ronson, Cool & Dre, and even Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio, the upbeat album has tribal go-go drums, throwback horns, walls of sound from Sitek, and a live-band feel developed over countless club dates. And like a young Jay-Z or Kanye, Wale has a crystal-clear, jocular flow—They keep sayin’ “whale” but my name Wah-lay / Hos call me Mr. Never-Wear-the-Same-Thang—that puts him leaps ahead of his freshman competitors.

Read the full piece here. Photo credit: Mark Seliger for GQ.

Previously: On The Road With Wale (Video Podcast 1) (Video)

Video: Wale Interview w/ A07 @ U.C. Riverside

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

via Heather.

Young Chris ft. Wale & Bun B – Searching

Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

The “Searching for an Outlet Global Campaign ” in which Young Chris invites fans from around the world to download, record and submit their verse for the opportunity to appear along side the critically acclaimed new allido/interscope recording artist Wale, the Legendary Bun-B and Young Chris himself on the stand out single form the 30 days 30 verses web campaign and mix tape. The final version will appear on the Highly anticipated forth coming Young Chris album “Now or Never” set to be released this year.

Fans are encouraged to rap, sing or even talk about “what they are searching for” Via SearchingforAnOutlet.com, YoungChris.com and supporting MySpace, Facebook, YouTube page and twitter feeds. YoungChris.com members will vote upon all Select verses with the final winners selected by Young Chris himself. Winners will then be invited to perform their version of the song along with Young Chris, Wale and Bun-B on local performances in their area.

This is the opportunity for all aspiring artists to have an outlet for their voice, their passion and their opinions. “It’s my hope to give anybody who is passionate enough to join me the opportunity to shine on the world stage, we all know what its like to be searching for an outlet especially in the state of the world today.” Christopher Ries aka (Young Chris)

Young Chris feat. Wale & Bun B – Searching For An Outlet

Hit the jump to see the flyer.

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