Curren$y, a rapper coming out of New Orleans, has been in the game for quite some time now. From his time in Young Money Cash Money to his appearance in XXL top Freshmen list. In his time in the rap game he has linked up with many artists especially in his mix tapes ( Wiz Khalifa, Big Sean etc.) releasing great songs for people to hear.  He has also released albums that have helped him achieve the fan base he has now. Just yesterday he released an album titled The Stoned Immaculate, but is this album enough to push him to the top?

Snippet: “Focused” by Wale Feat. Kid Cudi


Here is a snippet to “Focused”, one of the tracks set to be on Wale’s sophomore album “Ambition”. It also features The Man on the Moon himself Kid Cudi. These two have quite a bit of history together. From doing a track titled “Is There Any Love”, which was on Cudi’s classic mixtape “A Kid Named Cudi” and to having beef over twitter a few months back. But now the beef was squashed and these two talented artists went into the studio and cooked up another hit.

Whether you know him as Ralph Folarin, Wale Kemp, Wale Ovechkin, Wale Knievel, or The D.C. Major, Wale RockWilder (My own name for him) is one of the dopest rappers in the game. I’ve been keeping an ear out for the D.C. native since The Mixtape About Nothing came out and have followed every track since. Wale is clearly a very poetic dude who puts every ounce into his music. He’s collaborated with some of the best in the game but his solo tracks remain the greatest. I’ve got more than 100 of his songs, so I wanted to share a few of his tracks with you guys since he’s one of my favorite rappers of all-time. You guys don’t need any more info, so go on with your swell-ass and listen to the tunes.

“I appreciate the lovers, but I appreciate the haters even more.”

For bandwith purposes, I didn’t put every single dope track from Wale. All MP3s here are free. Buy his Attention Deficit or Self Made songs from iTunes or wherever people buy tracks from these days. If you’d like to download all the tracks, check the download link at the bottom.
Paint a Picture:

Wale Revere


Even If It’s Wrong


Dig Dug (Shake It)


Video! Wale – The Cloud ft. Tiara Thomas


Wale just dropped the visuals for “The Cloud” which was on last year’s More About Nothing mixtape. This was my favorite track off the mixtape since it had a laid-back, smoke-weed-and-chill type of feel put in by Tiara Thomas. I don’t smoke but, if I did, I’d smoke to this song with a chick. Eh, smoking is stupid.

Wale is sporting a sick throwback Suns jersey, though.


New MP3: Wale – “So What” (Feat. Mac Miller)

After connecting with Chiddy Bang the other day, Mac Miller is up with the big boys now in Wale. Just last week Wale hit up Twitter to find Miller and today we get this gem from the two. Just imagine what they could do with a full summer of (more) No Days Off. Wale and Mac Miller, say what?

Wale – So What Ft. Mac Miller

Only 84 days remaining until Coachella and today we have music from Two Door Cinema Club. Two Door Cinema Club consists of four Irish mates (ha, mates) with an electro rock/pop tune. TDCC is easily one of my most favorite bands to listen to. I only have five bands/artists that have their own playlist on my iPod: Tupac, XV, Jack Johnson, Wale, and Two Door Cinema Club; that’s it.

Two Door Cinema Club released their debut album, Tourist History, in April of last year and have been touring the globe non-stop. I was fortunate enough to attend one of their US shows in Los Angeles and it was one of the best nights ever. Along with their debut album, they recorded an EP and altogether, they have only 16 songs. The band is also featured on a few Kitsune Maison (their record label) mixes. I first heard of the band through the Kitsune Maison 7 Minimix. I would post every TDCC song but I’ll leave you guys with my four favorite tracks: “What You Know,” “I Can Talk,” and click for the next page to check out my two non-stop repeat songs; “Undercover Martyn,” and “This Is The Life.”

Two Door Cinema Club – I Can Talk


Two Door Cinema Club – What You Know