After Broccoli City announced its 2022 lineup, Wale shared with his Twitter followers that he's no longer on the bill but it appears things are back on track.

The fans at Rolling Loud NYC were treated to quite the surprise as they watched Q-Tip take the stage and perform 'Vivrant Thing'.

The brand new album from the D.C. native features J. Cole, Rick Ross, Maxo Kream, Yella Beezy, Jamie Foxx and more.

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Wale is definitely a legend, well, at least in his own mind.

We want to send our thoughts and prayers to Wale for a healthy and speedy recovery. 

Taking to Twitter, the Washington, D.C. Area star declared himself one of the greatest rappers of all time and announced a new project as well.


Like the majority of us, Wale's had enough of the last 1,461 days of this chaotic style of "governing" that this Trump administration has overseen and expressed as much in his latest cut, "Good Vibez."

As we celebrate Wale's birthday, we've gathered some of his creative hairstyles during his loc journey...

Should we expect new music from Wale on Juneteenth? I guess we will have to keep an eye on our favorite streaming platforms to find out. 

Images of the rappers showing up to support the recent protests have gotten glowing marks, but Wale threw a Twitter shot at J. Cole that has since been deleted.

Both artists have amassed massive fame but are entirely two different types of Hip-Hop artists, but many the Washington, D.C. native's fans are correcting course.