The D.C. rapper brings out Breezy to perform 'Slight Work', a Big Sean-assisted track off 2011 album 'Ambition'.
Wale performed at this year's Sunset Strip Music Festival in West Hollywood on Saturday night, August 3. At the fest, which shut down Los Angeles' famous boulevard for a day, the Washington D.C. rapper treated fans with some of his hits, including "Bad" and "LoveHate Things".
Wale kept the party going as he performed "Slight Work", a single from his 2011's "Ambition". Instead of performing the track with original collaborator Big Sean, the 28-year-old rapper welcomed "Slight Work" music video director Chris Brown to the stage.
Breezy's unscheduled appearance excited fans. As Wale held down the lyrics, the "Fine China" hitmaker backed him up and danced along with him to the siren-blasting beat.
In another Wale news, the rapper told fans that his collaboration with pop diva Mariah Carey would arrive soon. "Mariah x Wale x JD = coming soon," he tweeted on Sunday, August 4. JD is apparently a reference to hip-hop mogul Jermaine Dupri.
It is still unknown whether or not the collaboration belongs to Carey's forthcoming album "The Art of Letting Go".