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Wale Teases ‘Bad’ Remix Featuring Rapping Rihanna

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Wale is currently prepping the release of his forthcoming third project, “The Gifted,” which features songs like “LoveHate Thing” and “Bad.” For the latter track, the D.C. rapper is offering a special surprise for fans in the form of a remix.

During an interview on Shade 45’s Sway in the Morning radio show this week, Wale revealed that a new version of his rap track was on its way, and it features the “original bad girl,” Rihanna. He gave a preview of the song, playing it straight off his cell phone.

“This has never been done before, right?” Mr. Folarin asks while playing the track.

“This a real remix, this a different beat,” he says of the song. “Disrespectful behavior is gonna take place this summer because a lot of n—-s wasn’t being nice to me, man.”

Rihanna takes over the vocal talents of Tiara Thomas, who was featured on the original effort. “Bad girls want a real n—-” she raps on the newly remixed creation.

“The Gifted” arrives June 25.

Listen to Wale Preview His “Bad” Remix Feat. Rihanna

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