I’M A SPHERE THEY A SQUARE THEY CAN’T EVEN COME AROUND

Love him or hate him, Wale is basically the only hope D.C. hip hop has to make a mark on the national scene. So yeah, his debut LP was a big disappointment. Yeah, he’s somewhat unwilling to accept some blame for his album’s failure (you’d understand if you follow his twitter). Most of his mixtapes, though, have always allowed Wale to display his true colors. Unquestionable talent oozes from every clever turn of phrase and imaginative verse. No recent track demonstrates this better than his freestyle over Gyptian’s “Hold Yuh.” From cheeky pop culture references to confident bravado, it gets me excited to see Wale remember how he built a cult following, and play to that. Yeah, Wale’s always been egotistical, but on “Hold Yuh,” he’s the good kind, the rapper kind, not the ‘it’s not my fault my album was a flop’ kind.

MP3: Wale – “Hold Yuh (Freestyle)”

Love,
Zack

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3 Responses to I’M A SPHERE THEY A SQUARE THEY CAN’T EVEN COME AROUND

  1. Atticus says:

    X.O., Tabi Bonney, Marky… and Wale. Get your head out of your ass and listen to some quality dc artists.

  2. Zack says:

    Tabi Bonney? yeah, “The Pocket” and “Beat Rock” are the pinnacle of the D.C. music scene.

  3. Tom Delonge says:

    if you’re honestly listing those three as “quality artists”, you should check your definition of the words quality and artists

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