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Freebie: Wale, Mixtape About Nothing

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DCs Wale is changing the music game.  How?  He has been giving away is music with a little old fashion street markeing, and in doing so has been one of the hottest up and coming rappers.  Recently signed to Interscope records, his forthcoming album will be produced by Grammy winner producer Mark Ronson (best known for producing Amy Winehouse's album).  He has accomplish this without a major label budget which is quite accomplishment.  Now he is back with a new mixtape which is follow up to is 100 Miles and Running Mixtape.  This Mixtape about Nothing is inspired by the sitcom Sienfeld.  Go grab it while it is hot.

Download Wale's Mixtape About Nothing (via Elitaste)

Wale feat. Bun B, Pusha T, Tre from UCB - "Back in the Go Go(clean)"

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Tracklisting

1. “The Opening Title Sequence” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

2. “The Roots Song Wale Is On” f. Chrisette Michele (produced by ?uestlove & James Poyser)

3. “The Feature Heavy Song” f. Bun B, Pusha T and Tre from UCB (produced by Best Kept Secret)

4. “The Freestyle (Roc Boys)”

5. “The Perfect Plan” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

6. “The Kramer” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

7. “The Crazy” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

8. “The Vacation From Ourselves” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

9. “The Remake of A Remake (All I Need)” f. Tawiah (produced by Mark Ronson)

10. “The Grown Up” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

11. “The Manipulation” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

12. “The Artistic Integrity” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

13. “The Star”

14. “The Skit (Untz Untz)”

15. “The Cliche Lil Wayne Feature (It’s The Remix baby!)” (produced by Osinachi)

16. “The Bmore Club Slam” (produced by Scottie B)

17. “The Chicago Falcon Remix” f. The Budos Band (produced by Mark Ronson & Eli Escobar)

18. “The Hype” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

19. “The End Credits” (produced by Best Kept Secret)

WALE: “special thanks to interscope for investing in the future of hip hop”

Check out an interview with Wale over at Wired.