wale wow thats crazy album

Wow…That’s Crazy seems like a really crazy name for an album but, we have learnt to expect anything, when it comes to Wale, he takes every opportunity to remind us that he is the boss and is in perfect control as he does on these album also.

He gifts us with a super 15-track album featuring Megan Thee Stallion, 6LACK, Bryson Tiller, Boogie, Lil Durk, Manny Wellz, Jacquees, Jeremih, Ari Lennox, and Kelly Price

“I think it’s part of maturing and being in the game for a while,” he said. “I morphed into my next phase of like, artistry, I guess you could say.” Wale also says he’s more comfortable now than he’s ever been as a creative, and while there are lists of top rappers floating around, he doesn’t believe that he has to prove anything to anyone. “I got twenty projects. I’m on my sixth album,” he stated. “I got multiple number ones. Bruh. If I’m not on your list, you forgot, or you’re stupid. One or the other. It don’t matter.”

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Wow…That’s Crazy Tracklist

1. Sue Me
2. Love & Loyalty ft. Manny Wellz
3. Cliché” ft. Ari Lennox & Boogie
4. Expectations ft. 6LACK
5. BGM
6. Love… (Her Fault) ft. Bryson Tiller
7. On Chill ft. Jeremih
8. Routine ft. Rick Ross & Meek Mill
9. Love Me Nina / Semiautomatic
10. Break My Heart (My Fault) ft. Lil Durk
11. Debbie
12. 50 In Da Safe
13. Set You Free ft. Kelly Price
14. Black Bonnie fr. Jacquees
15. Poledancer fr. Megan Thee Stallion

Wale is currently on tour for his Everything Is Fine Tour, which kicked off on September 30 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The last show will take place in Seattle on October 28. Check out his upcoming tour dates below.

Oct 12 – Queens, NY- Rolling Loud Festival New York
Oct 14 – Boston MA – Paradise Rock Club
Oct 16 – Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom
Oct 17 – Chicago, IL – Concord
Oct 18 – Detroit, MI – El Club
Oct 21 – Boulder, CO – Fox Theater
Oct 24 – San Francisco, CA – Mezzanine
Oct 26 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater
Oct 28 – Seattle, WA – Neumos