"DJ Toomp, Tone P, Tha Bizness...we kept the production [to a limited number of producers], I didn't want to be all over the place," explained the Washington, D.C. native of his album's cohesive sound. "It's one of them projects that sounds solid, like a body of work."
Wale also spoke on songs he looks forward to having his fans hear. "I got a lot of 'em. 'No Days Off,' 'Sabotage,' 'Flower Bomb,' 'D.C. or Nothing.' ...Every song sounds like a commercial for a feeling."
Wale also revealed that he intends to work with Mark Ronson again. The pair collaborated on Wale's 100 Miles & Running, The Mixtape About Nothing, and Attention Deficit. "That's my guy. I'm looking forward to doing another project with him. After this album is due, I should be doing a project with Mark."
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