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The song, which first appeared on the singer's surprise EP released last December, will reportedly be featured on his new album 'Wild Heart'.
The rapper scores his second No. 1 album on Billboard 200 after his 'Seinfeld'-inspired album 'The Album About Nothing' opened with 100,000 equivalent units.
The rapper collects his second No. 1 album on the chart and blocks the 'Furious 7' soundtrack which jumps from last week's No. 17 following the film's massive opening weekend.
The cinematic clip centers on a young boy who works hard to purchase a new pair of shoes, but ends up being attacked and robbed by a group of jealous teens.
The rapper pays homage to his hometown of Washington D.C. on the go-go-influenced track produced by Tone P and That Boy Good.
The trio talks about their 'dream of fu**ing R'n'B b**ches' like Ashanti, Kelly Rowland, Rihanna and Miley Cyrus in the track.
In a lengthy statement posted on Instagram, Wale says he recently helped promote Meeks' new single but he never received the same support when his own songs arrived.
Wale offers explanation on an incident at a recent WWE event where he was taunted by a Twitter troll, saying, 'I just kind of mushed him a little bit.'
In the black-and-white visuals, Wale tells the rugs-to-riches story while flexing in a Rolls-Royce Phantom with his friends.
The rapper even threatens to come to the magazine's office and harm the writers after his album, 'The Gifted', is excluded from the list released earlier this week.
The Washington D.C. rapper got the ex-'American Idol' judge and curvaceous diva to twerk anew in his new video.
The D.C. rapper brings out Breezy to perform 'Slight Work', a Big Sean-assisted track off 2011 album 'Ambition'.
The Roc Nation artists will kick off the tour on at Miami's James L. Knight Center on September 10 before heading to Miami, Orlando, Las Vegas, Boston and other cities across the U.S..
The hip-hop threesome throws cash around in a new club anthem clip featuring a cameo by Wiz Khalifa.
The Washington D.C. rapper's latest album kicks Kanye West's 'Yeezus' from Billboard 200 chart's top spot after selling 158,000 copies in its first week.