Wale ft. Jazmine Sullivan - World Tour

Posted about 7 years ago
Tags: Wale
Featuring:
Producer:
Cool & Dre
Album:
Attention: Deficit

Having already accumulated a broad national fanbase (including Bun B, Young Jeezy, and Lindsay Lohan), Wale is more than ready to take the next step: widening his reach on the global scene with a World Tour!  On this newly-leaked track, the D.C. buzzmaker takes a page from Kanye‘s College Dropout/Late Registration rhymebook, jet-setting from U.S. hotspots New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago all the way to London, Scotland, and Tokyo.  Jazmine Sullivan adds a dash of crossover appeal with some soulful hook and backing vocals, and Chillin producers Cool & Dre amp listeners up with an upbeat piano-loop instrumental. Though there’s been no word as to whether Wale and/or his Allido/Interscope label team plan to release World Tour as a single, the Booth heartily endorses the idea—imagine how great the music video would be!  In any case, the globetrotting track is sure to leave fans more excited than ever for the Oct. 30th release of Wale’s debut, Attention: Deficit.

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