Wale recently shed some light on the newest details of his upcoming work and has a lot in store for 2013.
Recently stopping by Philly's Power 99 to chat, the MMG rapper talked about his upcomming projects, changing his style to a more "soulful" sound for the LP and says that his collaborative mixtape with labelmate Meek Mill is still in the works.
"I'm dropping my third solo album first, then a couple months after I'll probably drop the Nothing project," he said. "I'm very creative, I'm knee deep in that joint. It's kind of like a persona; thing; I design my records and the sound a certain way for two different projects." The Meek Mill project is supposed to follow the first two efforts of Wale's 2013 campaign.
Speaking on how the album will sound, Wale explained that his third studio LP is "going to have one sound, very, very soulful" and said "'Bad' is a pretty good indication of the direction I'm going for this project." He also explained that he doesn't believe he's become anymore commercial sincle releasing his debut album.
"I don't think I ever really changed," Wale said. "My first album was 'as commercail' if not more so than the second one."
Watch the full interview below (via Power 99).