Grammy award-winning R&B artist Eric Bellinger unwraps the music video for his single, "GOAT 2.0," featuring longtime friend and go to collaborator Wale. In the clip, Eric and Wale are undercover cops on the hunt for the number one goat, singer/model Teyana Taylor, who plays a sophisticated robber. While under, Eric seems to have fallen for the sexy thief, which [Read More]
Eric Bellinger taps friend and go to collaborator, rapper Wale, for a remix of his single "G.O.A.T," now dubbed "G.O.A.T 2.0." The song sees the revered R&B crooner and emcee paying homage to the most important person in their lives -- their significant others. Wale kicked off the remix, insisting, "All hail to my favorite lady/ And I would elevate [Read More]
President Obama's newest tradition of releasing his favorite music for the summer for his fellow Americans is lit, and so is his broad taste in music! Like last year in 2015, his summer Spotify playlist is plural: one for day and one for night.
After Ms. Badu dropped her smooth single âPhone Down,â rappers Wale and Problem hop onto the smooth, Zack Witness-produced track and take it for a ride themselves
Wale enlists Mint Conditionâs Stokley Williams for the hook in the tropical video for âThe Bloom,â a cut from his latest album, Album About Nothing.
The clip is a continuation of the 2013 video for âBad,â which chronicles the tumultuous relationship between himself and model Bria Murphy; a wedding takes place as Usher and Wale linger around for the ceremony where Bria is the bride, but who is she REALLY marrying?
On his addition, Lyfe encircles his raspy vocals with a smooth and soulful blend of emotions for the grown & sexy, making us ask, "can this be the official remix?"
Wale drops his sentimental single "The Matrimony" ft. Usher. Produced by Jake One, it's a definite radio banger from the rapper's third studio album, The Album About Nothing.
Wale taps Chicagoan R&B crooner Jeremih for his new single "The Body," a track that sees the D.C. emcee appreciating the exquisiteness of a female's figure.
Wale dropped off the remix to his banger "Clappers" recently. Unlike the original, Nicki Minaj and Juicy J do not make an appearance, instead Rick Ross takes on the track along with Fat Trel and Young Thug.