14 Songs, 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Buoyant, fiery, star-studded raps from D.C.’s favorite son.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Buoyant, fiery, star-studded raps from D.C.’s favorite son.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
310 Ratings

310 Ratings

Xiolynn ,

I LOVE WHERE HE'S GOING

I've been following him since 2008. I'm loving the new sound and where he's taken his music. Can't wait to hear what else he's cooked up. The cover is hot too #SHiNE

FFGNFGFGGN ,

Not Good

Wale continues to disappoint

Dperei91 ,

I don't understand

I don't understand this album by Wale. first off, let me start by saying that Wale is my favorite artist out, has been for years. 14 songs and 4 of those songs have been out for months now. That means that over a third of the albums songs have been released already. then he releases fish and grits which is an ok song, but its only 2 minutes and 58 seconds long. I personally feel like Wale has been getting some of the hype he's deserved for years now and this was his one chance to finally put him on the level he deserves. Then he does this... im hopeful the other 9 songs on this album will be good enough to mask the fact that this is probably a mixtape quality album. not saying the songs he's already released arent bad, but i've already shown my support and bought them when they were singles. It's just depressing to know that this was his shot and he might have blown it.

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