Wale and Jerry Seinfeld ring up Ricky Rozay in a new promo clip.
What do Jerry Seinfeld and Wale have in common? Neither of them are ready for marriage.
The two rappers have a history of not getting along, but seem to have gotten over their differences to record new music together.
Rick Ross revealed upcoming release dates for new albums from Wale and Meek Mill on the Grammy red carpet.
Will it happen? Who knows, but Wale says it’s in talks at least.
“My question is: What happened to Hollywood?” he asked.
The holiday mixtape includes a slew of guest stars, including one rapper who’s not very happy with how his feature was handled.
Pusha T wasn’t happy that he hadn’t heard his contribution to Wale’s ‘Festivus’ mixtape, due out today.
Wale turns up the Seinfeld references to 11 in this trailer for his upcoming holiday mixtape.
The video featured a scene from a vintage episode of ‘Seinfeld,’ further cementing Wale’s long-running connection to the show.
Tickets go on sale Nov. 21.
“Where did I lose myself?” Wale asks. “Where did I lose them? Was it the money? Was it the women? Was it the fast life?”
Listen to The Game’s Michael Brown Tribute ‘Don’t Shoot’ featuring Diddy, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Wale and More
Fabolous, DJ Khaled, Swizz Beats, Yo Gotti and Curren$y are among the other rappers who appear on the epic posse cut.
French Montana, Wale and Fabolous’ “tribute” to their favorite lady singers now has a visual counterpart.
Meek Mill and Wale’s beef has subsided, and it’s all thanks to the Boss, who also happens to be their actual boss.
You can probably guess by the title what happens.