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Wale Ambition Album Zip

The discography of American rapper Wale consists of seven studio albums, three compilation albums, ten mixtapes, one extended play, sixty-five singles (including twenty-seven as a featured artist), two promotional singles and forty-one music videos. In 2005, Wale started his music career by releasing mixtapes in the Washington, D.C. area. His debut mixtape was titled Paint a Picture. Following that, Wale released his second mixtape in 2006, Hate Is the New Love. In the same year, Wale signed with a local record label in Studio 43.[1] In 2007 Wale was discovered by Mark Ronson, and was signed by Allido Records,[1] which released his third mixtape, 100 Miles & Running, featuring artist Daniel Merriweather.

Wale Ambition Album Zip


In 2008, Wale was signed by Interscope Records,[1] which released his fourth mixtape, The Mixtape About Nothing, which is Seinfeld-themed.[2] In 2009, Wale also released his debut studio album, Attention Deficit, which contains three singles, "Chillin", featuring Lady Gaga, "Pretty Girls", featuring Gucci Mane, and Weensey, and "World Tour", featuring Jazmine Sullivan. After going on tour with Jay-Z in 2009, Wale became a managed artist of Jay-Z's recording label, Roc Nation, to help with all management duties.[3] In that same year, he released his fifth mixtape, Back to the Feature. In 2010, he released his sixth (and second Seinfeld-themed[4]) mixtape, More About Nothing under his own independent label, The Board Administration.[5]

In 2011, Wale signed to Maybach Music Group where a compilation album named Self Made Vol. 1 was released. It topped R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and Top Rap Albums, while peaking a number five on the Billboard 200 chart. Wale released his second studio album, Ambition, on November 1, 2011. It peaked at number two on the Billboard 200, and topped R&B/Hip-Hop Albums as well as Top Rap Albums.

If you remember my KiD Cudi post then you know I've been a Wale fan for awhile. He hasn't got the best track record with studio albums. However, if one thing is a constant, it's that Mr. Forlarin HAS BARS! As Wale transitions from Atlantic to the unknown, it seemed like as good a time as any to go through his discography!

Top 3 Songs:1) "Diary" (ft. Marsha Ambrosius)2) "Mirrors" (ft. Bun B)3) "Let it Loose" (ft. Pharrell Williams)This album was very underwhelming when I first heard it. I was still getting used to the fact that when a rapper is in Mixtape mode, they're able to do a lot of things they can't on a studio album and so I should adjust expectations accordingly. Luckily these songs have aged well, all things considering. "Diary" is great for showcasing Wale's ability to RAP while still getting conceptual. This time from the point of view as a woman. "Mirrors" has a nice enough beat but the way Wale works in tandem with the 4th best southern rapper is what makes the song special. "Let it Loose" just rounds out this three song list.

Top 3 Songs:1) "Clappers" (ft. Juicy J & Nicki Minaj)2) "Golden Salvation (Jesus Piece)"3) "Sunshine"There might be better songs on this album but the only one I ever want to return to with any kind of consistency is "Clappers" featuring the newly resurrected Nicki Minaj! Sometimes I just want to hear something ignorant with a good beat. "Golden Salvation" is Wale back to being conceptual as a Jesus Piece chain. It's a good song, but I don't run back to it very often. "Sunshine" just has a nice bop. Again... I don't have much love for this album as a whole.

Top 3 Songs:1) "The Middle Finger"2) "The White Shoes"3) "The Girls on Drugs"I wish I could pick more songs from this album. It is the album I always wanted from Wale. Which is weird because of how I feel about Jerry Seinfeld. The good news for me, though, is Jerry and Wale's friendship clearly yields great results in terms of Wale being able to deliver on the promise his Mixtapes make. "The Middle Finger" was just the first song I loved right away. Please believe it's a hook I sing along to when I need to. "The White Shoes" played at a very appropriate time in my life and meant it was forever in my heart. "The Girls on Drugs" has a great Janet sample and so it gets the number 3 spot.

Top 3 Songs:1) "My Love" (ft. Dua Lipa/WizKid/Major Lazer)2) "Fashion Week" (ft. G-Eazy)3) "Colombia Heights (Te Llamo)" (ft. J. Balvin)To be clear. Third best is faint praise. I guess I just want to like this album more than I do and that's where it's placement in Wale's discography comes from. "My Love" has a great international vibe that I bet Drake would have killed for. "Fashion Week" is another lowkey bop due to the dope drums. "Colombia Heights" feels like a different kind of track for Wale and I think it works for him. He doesn't barrel over the beat with his flow. He's measured and it causes me to lean in. Still it's number 3 on the 3rd best album so...

Rapper Wale claims his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 this week, as his new release The Gifted debuts in the top position. The set sold 158,000 copies in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Two more new albums arrive in the top 10 this week: R&B singer/songwriter India.Arie enters at No. 7 with SongVersation (31,000) and another rock act, August Burns Red, bows at No. 9 with Rescue & Restore (26,000).

Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending June 30) totaled 5 million units, down 10% compared with the sum last week (5.5 million) and down 13% compared with the comparable sales week of 2012 (5.7 million). Year-to-date album sales stand at 142 million, down 6% compared with the same total at this point last year (150.5 million). Digital track sales this past week totaled 25.2 million downloads, down 5% compared with last week (26.5 million) and down less than 1% stacked next to the comparable week of 2012 (25.3 million). Year-to-date track sales are at 26.5 million, down 2% compared with the same total at this point last year (698 million). 041b061a72


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