Behind the scenes look of Kid Ink’s recent video shoot with Meek and Wale for “Bad Ass.”
New visuals from Wale.
Wale’s third LP The Album About Nothing is due this summer
Kid Ink’s “Bad Ass,” the first official single since signing to RCA Records, has been blowing up the airwarves with it’s catch hook and pompous lyrics. From the looks of the pictures taken on the set of the upcoming video, director Alex Nazari has Kid Ink, Wale and Meek Mill rap in front of a fire, carefully controlled by dainty females in fire firefighting gear. We’ll have to wait and see if they drop it down the pole “like there’s a fire” in the visual dropping soon.
More pictures after the jump.
Wale cruises through streets of Sin City in the video for the Folarin-mixtape track “Street Runner.” Booze, bright lights, women, balcony views, the best that Las Vegas has to offer. Directed by Jon J.
New visuals from Juelz Santana.
From mixtape track to official single, “Bad” by Wale and Tiana Thomas turned out to be a Folarin fan favorite, especially with the ladies. The single is now available on iTunes and expect to see a video coming out soon.
Pusha T drops another leak off Wrath Of Caine which drops tomorrow.
One thing made me feel awkward in this interview: “There’s obviously a connection between your wife and Wale.” After Jerry Seinfeld explained the statement, the earth continued to spin counter-clockwise.
The story goes, Wale attended one of Jerry’s comedy shows and ended up hanging out with Seinfeld himself after the show. Wale wanted to work with him and Jerry had no idea who he was…. BUT his wife did. “Wale is my favorite hip-hop artist. I have every single thing [he's put out],” said Mrs. Seinfeld in Jerry’s narration of the story. There’s another twist, she happened to miss one of Wale’s bigger mixtapes, the 2008-released Seinfeld-inspired Mixtape About Nothing. “We’re living together. She’s into him, he’s into him and I didn’t know about the whole thing,” continued Jerry.
One word: Fate. Sorta. I’m looking forward to hear what Jerry Seinfeld contributes to Wale’s album. After all, the interview was filmed from a studio.