Wale Signs New Deal With Warner Bros Records
"They believed in my vision of the entire heart, and I'm ready to show and prove,"
Los Angeles, CA – After a string of consistent project of the press, Wale formally found a new home at Warner Bros
"I felt their passion, commitment and enthusiasm from the first day," he said in an exclusive statement to the Complex. The signing comes a few months after it — of what is known — in a friendly way, Atlantic division, with whom he spent six years.
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He referred to the situation in the song titled "Negotiations," which appeared in the second of two 2018 EPs, the Promotion of himself. "Yes, the mind racin'/Negotiatin' my situation/I have burned bridges that cannot be repaired, so it has to fly lately," he hit.
In the same song, he also makes reference to what could have been a farewell of words between him and the label. "I am I am a bad business, the industry of rap music think that I'm crazy ... the guardians, I hate to say that I am militant," raps.
His fight with the Atlantic seemed to be written on the wall, in the midst of the poor/declining sales of their albums — with Brightness by moving only a little more than 25 thousand units in its first week.
For a label that has acts of transmission giants such as Bhad Bhabie to your list, numbers like that spell flop in uppercase letters. Combine that with beef and what many have seen as a bad attitude, and the rapper began to be seen as a liability.
Even so, Wale has been able to keep its sales consistent and live dates in support of the album remained full.
With two very promising EPs until the time the 2018 and with a very respectable catalog in its name, Warner Bros. clearly sees the vision. Label co-president Tom Corson proclaimed Wale to be a "pillar in the hip-hop community and beyond," in a press release. "Wale is truly a force to be reckoned with, and we look forward to