posted Thursday December 27, 2012 at 07:30AM PST | 14 comments
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Mr Scarface ...always add that missing element to a track
wale bringing niggas to the errea!
scarface rapppped this track ! fuck yes !
Dope! this type of stuff that Wale need on his album.
I need facemob back in the game for real. Somebody needs to show these youngsters how to make good music w/o selling their soul!!!! H-Town stand up
wale and scarface great combination kool azz track very surprised by this track but wale put his foot down slowly gaining a lot of my respect
Tracks dope, Whole Mixtape is good too
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Wale is strait dope he just keeps getting better and better and its good to see his album sales are good its well deserved
go back to when wale was rapping with royce ... thats an era
begining of a new era .. when the fresh men first graduated
Face killed it wale is so/so!
This is a nice track. Admittedly I'm one of the dudes who used to be big on Wale's music and slowed since his angle changed a bit. If you fall into that category, I would suggest checking the following tracks on the tape: 2,3,7,18-21. Really enjoyed these-- Not hating on the rest of the music, these just appealed to me the most and really delivered on the elements I look for from his music (nice flow, clever wordplay, subject matter is strong, specifically on "Georgetown Press"). Basically just saying don't disregard the project completely if you're a "Mixtape About Nothing" fan.
love WAle dis man will be on jay z level one day da rest will fall!