Giant Step and Svedka Vodka Present: Wale LIVE at the Hudson Hotel [Exclusive]

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, NY -- On July 22nd, DJBooth.net was invited to check out DC’s own Wale at NYC's Hudson Hotel, presented by Giant Step and Svedka Vodka. Backed by DJ Mark Ronson and his five piece UCB Band, Wale performed a short but sweet set featuring fan favorites like "Back in the Go Go," "Pretty Girls", and "Nike Boots" to a private crowd on the building patio. Decked out in a New York Mets outfit, the "Freshman 10" MVP won the attendees over with his polysyllabic rhyme style and DC Go-Go sound.



Wale's debut album, Attention: Deficit, is scheduled to be released September 22nd through Allido/Interscope.

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