Self-described as the Ambassador of Rap for the Capital, Wale first found fame as a protégé of Mark
Ronson before moving to Rick Ross’ Maybach Music label where he became a regular at the top of
the Billboard charts. Born Olubowale Victor Akintimehin in Washington, D.C. in 1984, Wale attended
several universities on football scholarships before embarking on a rap career, first attracting
attention in 2003 with the track, “Rhyme of the Century.” In 2005, he was featured in The Source’s
Unsigned Hype column and after signing to local label Studio 43, he released his debut mixtape Paint
a Picture and Wale tickets for an accompanying tour. In 2007, he was taken under the wing of
producer Mark Ronson, who invited him to showcase his talents on his UK tour, perform alongside
him at the MTV Video Music Awards and signed him to Allido Records. The demand for Wale tickets
then increased with 2008’s Seinfeld-inspired The Mixtape About Nothing, the collaborative follow-up
Back To The Feature and a guest spot on Daniel Merriweather’s hit single, “Change.” Fans then
snapped up Wale tickets for a tour promoting his 2009 debut album, Attention Deficit, which also
featured appearances from Lady Gaga, J. Cole and Pharrell. In 2010, Wale tickets went on sale for a
co-headlining East Coast tour with Somali-Canadian rapper K’naan, and after adding to his mixtape
catalog with More About Nothing and The Eleven One Eleven Theory, he signed to Rick Ross’
Maybach Music. His first release on the label, Ambition, was launched in front of fans with Wale
tickets for a show at Manhattan’s Highline Ballroom, and peaked at No.2 on the Billboard 200 in
2011. A year later, he released Wale tickets for a 32-city tour, received a Grammy nomination for
Miguel collaboration “Lotus Flower Bomb” and dropped the Folarin mixtape. In 2013, Wale tickets
were made available for a North American tour in support of his third studio effort, The Gifted,
which not only spawned his biggest US Hot 100 hit, “Bad,” but also entered the charts at number
one. Sales of Wale tickets continued to go through the roof in 2014 when he hooked up with R&B
singer Jeremih for “The Body,” the first single for his fourth LP, The Album About Nothing, and
announced that Jerry Seinfeld would appear as its narrator.
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