"Game Of Thrones" has become one if the best HBO series of all time, second to only "The Sopranos." In commemoration of their highly anticipated fourth season, they've released a mixtape featuring a strong assortment of hip-hop features, one of which we have for you today from Wale titled "King Slayer." The full project drops on March 11, so keep it locked here. Press play above and let us know what you think, enjoy.
It isn’t just for WonderCon goers or fantasy fans anymore. The blood-letting, Machiavellian world of Game of Thrones has found new viewers across all demographics and especially among the urban scene. To further attract those who aren’t familiar with the gory tale or the George R.R. Martin novels it is based upon, the producers at HBO will be putting out an official Game of Thrones mixtape this coming Friday. Titled “Catch the Throne,” the 10-song mixtape features songs by Wale, Common, Big Boi of Outkast, plus Daddy Yankee and Bodega Bamz. Not just mere contributors, some of the artists, like Big Boi, are already hardcore fans of the show. Meanwhile, Common rhymed that “I sit and think when I’m in my zone / This life is like a Game of Thrones.”
“Catch the Throne,” the official mixtape for HBO‘s Game of Thrones, will be available for download starting on Friday, March 7th. In the meantime, HBO will air the new season of Game of Thrones on Sunday evening, April 6th.
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Offering up a remix of his club track "Clappers," Wale has released a brand new version of the tune, with a fresh beat produced by Hit-Boy and verses from Rick Ross, Fat Trel and Young Thug. Released today via his blog, the song still maintains it's catchy chorus lines, while the vocals switch up from verse to verse. Listen below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With the Grammy Awards behind us now, Maybach Music Group has went ahead to release their own celebratory video for "Black Grammys." The song is taken from Self Made Volume 3 and features Wale, Rockie Fresh, Meek Mill and J. Cole who didn't exactly win any Grammys, but still feel like Grammy winners in their own right. Press play above and let us know what you think.
Building up buzz for his The Album About Nothing project, Wale has jumped on Rick Ross's version of "Royals" and has released his own remix of the tune. Maintaining Lorde's powerful vocals but switching up the tempo with a fresh dance-hall inspired beat, the track was first revealed through Wale's tumblr - which can be viewed here.
Stayed true to the mantra “Keep Clam and Carry On,” Wale recently wrapped up a photoshoot with the one and only Terry Richardson. In a pair of pristine Air Jordan 3 Retro and flanked by two of fashion world’s most powerful figures – supermodel Bar Refaeli and designer Diane von Furstenberg, the Maybach Music Group artist saunter posed with ease. Part of an editorial for Harper’s Bazaar, you can find the fashion spread within the magazine’s latest issue.
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Yes Wale is big into Foamposites, but that isn’t the only footwear category that the MMG rapper is deep into. This time around he’s got the Air Jordan 3 on feet in the iconic White/Cement colorway-the same one that MJ wore during his classic 1988 Slam Dunk Contest performance. Of course the all-important back tabs are concealed here so it remains unclear whether or not Wale’s got on the ’88 version from last year. See the Terry Richardson shot of Wale hanging out with some of the fashion world’s finest in his Jordans after the break and let us know in the comments if you approve.
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The latest guest at Terry Richardson's studio is Wale, who stopped by the infamous white-wall studio to snap a couple of pictures, accompanied by the likes of supermodel Bar Refaeli and designer Diane Von Furstenberg. The shoot, which was released today via Harpers Bazaar, was in celebration of DVF's "wrap dress" and its forty years in fashion. Check out highlights from the shoot above and head here to peep it in full.