The Game recruits DJ Khaled, Diddy, Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, Fabolous, Yo Gotti, Wale, Swizz Beatz, Curren$y, Problem, King Pharaoh and TGT for ‘Don’t Shoot,’ which he addresses the violence in Ferguson, MO, and the death of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown.
“I managed to get everyone on fairly easy, simply because we have hearts. We care & are inclined to take a positive approach to resolving an issue that has existed since the beginning of mankind & that’s RACISM & hatred towards one another as human beings. – Game”
After Meek Mill called out fellow MMG rapper for not helping him promote his upcoming album, Wale returns with a new song titled ‘MMG Under God.’
He even shouts out “Free Meek” at the end. Listen below:
MMG‘s Wale remains cool despite Meek Mill’s Twitter beef yesterday. After responding to the “hating” allegations via Instagram, the MMG artist releases a new track called ‘The Followers‘ produced by Pro Reese and Marcè Reazon.
He tweeted that it will give us an idea of what can be expected to his upcoming album Album About Nothing.
Waka Flocka Flame and MMG‘s Wale treat fans to a new freetyle over Snootie Wild’s ‘Yayo’ instrumental.
Following his 2013 single “Sex In A Slab,” Houston, Texas native Ken Randle returns with two brand new records in one day.
The singer calls on Wale and fellow Houston artist Kirko Bangz for his 2nd & 3rd runner up singles “Poppin Bands” and “Be My Stripper,” both of which will be featured on his upcoming debut EP ‘Sex In A Slab.’
Take a listen to both joints below:
In addition to collaborating with Mariah Carey, Wale flexes over Razor Ramon’s entrance music for his “Razor (Bad Guy)” freestyle.
The MMG rapper is currently working on his fourth LP The Album About Nothing, due this summer.
Get in the ring with Wale below:
Mariah Carey is wasting no time rolling out the red carpet for her upcoming album, Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse, and there is something about the whole project that just seems so majestic.
Debuting her latest single, “You Don’t Know What To Do,” on last Friday’s ‘Today’ show Summer Concert Series opener, the Wale-assisted track has quickly become a favorite of MC’s little lambs. With a disco feeling and the good vibes of Mariah’s oldies but goodies, we can’t believe they waited so long to release this, but we’re glad it’s here now!
Premiering early Monday on the Russ Parr Morning Show, this is clearly one of those tracks that you can’t help by replay.
The diva’s 14th studio album will hit stores on May 27, take a listen to the radio debut of “You Don’t Know What To Do” below!
UPDATE: Listen to the full, CDQ version below now!
It didn’t feel like summer is almost here in NYC, but Mariah Carey helped kick off the ‘Today’ show ‘Summer Concert Series‘ in Rockefeller Plaza on Friday morning.
Following an official introduction for casual viewers to reaffirm her massive accomplishments over her legendary career, the Pop diva hit the stage to her playful single “Touch My Body.” Following with her classic hit “Always Be My Baby,” the Elusive Chanteuse, as she calls herself now, had a surprise in-store. Taking the national opportunity Mariah premiered a brand new song titled “You Don’t Know What To Do,” featuring Wale, who made a guest appearance. As her background dancers roller skated on stage, Mimi belted out the tune, which has a classic disco soul vibe and it sounded very good!
Mariah is prepping for the release of her 14th studio album, Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse, which will hit stores on May 27.
Check out her performance below!
MMG‘s Wale teams up with the boss Rick Ross and Common for the official remix to his track “Sunshine,” which originally appeared on The Gifted album.
In honor of it’s 40th anniversary, Elton John’s 1973 breakthrough album Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is getting a major reissue on March 25. The album has been remastered and will be released digitally along with CD, vinyl, limited-edition yellow vinyl, and in a box-set featuring recordings of Live at Hammersmith 1973 on CD, a DVD of Bryan Forbes’ 1973 film Elton John and Bernie Taupin Say Goodbye to Norma Jean and Other Things, along with a 100-page illustrated hardback book packed with rare photos & memorabilia.
Also included on the Deluxe Edition and box-set versions are new cover recordings of classic songs from the album performed by Ed Sheeran, Emeli Sandé, Fall Out Boy, Hunter Hayes, Imelda May, John Grant, Miguel featuring Wale, The Band Perry, and Zac Brown Band.
Miguel and Wale have reconnected and recorded quite the stellar modern day version of Elton’s classic “Bennie And The Jets.”
Take a listen below!