Peter Bailey shares a NiteCap with the DC poet emcee in South Beach; on the heels of releasing "The Gifted"; the two discuss Wale's bouts with fame, love, Lebron and reviving hip hop's soul.
Mmmm yummy knowledge Drop thatDevona McElroy
I Love your Voice And Energy Wale you Are on Time with your MessagesDevona McElroy
Wow your wisdom so BeautifulDevona McElroy
Are you Single MmmmmDevona McElroy
I Love you Wale awwww Cheer up Your music Too Dope you are Doing ya thang With your handsome selfDevona McElroy
i love wale!!!vivi war
12:33 These guys chilling like if it was July 4.Alexxa
Wale is an interesting dude. His thoughtfulness is way too rare today.Alec J
Mannnn for such good positive interviews, the music they play behind the closing credits sounds like whoever he just talked too must've died directly after the interview lol i was just waiting for the screen to read something terrible like "the day after this interview, wale lost his deal with mmg on account of felony gun charges" lol idk maybe I'm TrippinNIRD STUFF
He is an original thinkerLindsey Struckmann
Shoes 💗QueenKeisha Jones
I have not bought a cd in years since shyne put out his last album but I'm getting wale this fool is real in my opinion I like his message that he's puttin out much respect I fuck with wale 805 Cali in the housejulian poblano
listen to his interview from before he's just trying to help everyone and that's hard on one personGen$ing MaXx
Fucks with Wale For that interview Forrealwaddupplaya1
He don't know what he talking about when he said something about LeBron being the best athleteJoshua Travis
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