Fresh off his recent signing with Rick Ross' Maybach Music, D.C. rapper Wale has released a new mini-documentary titled 'No Days Off.' To promote a recent show in Atlanta, Wale decided to "take it back to 2005" by getting hands on with fans and documenting the events leading up to the show.

After touching down in Atlanta, Wale spends a majority of his time mingling with fans, taking photos and signing autographs, before popping into a tattoo parlor for some fresh ink and vibing out to the tunes of British singer Adele, in his car.

Before his show, Wale makes a pit stop at Clark Atlanta University where Big Sean and Cyhi The Prynce are set to perform. When security won't let him onstage for a feature appearance, he heads out to his own show, where he is joined by Waka Flocka Flame.

Watch Wale's 'No Days Off' documentary after the jump.