More About Nothing

More About Nothing

Anyone who’s seen Seinfeld knows that underneath the show’s razor wit is a mild misanthropy. So it was only natural that Wale would be the one to finally merge that beloved sitcom with hip-hop, as he did on his breakthrough project, 2008’s The Mixtape About Nothing. That record’s sequel, More About Nothing, crystallizes the combination of biting humor and emotional availability that turned Wale into one of rap’s most three-dimensional stars. The record finds him at turns ambitious and acidic, tackling heartbreak on “The Breakup Song” and those who doubt the rarity of his limited-edition Nikes on “The Posse Cut (Who Don’t)” with equal alacrity—and with the aid of a studio audience, which seems to laugh along with him.

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