Wale heads to the hills in the video for 'The Followers,' a mid-tempo track that was released back in July.

For most of the J and Shaun Ross-directed clip, you'll find the rapper standing on top of a hill as different scenes showcase a girl visiting the corner store, a couple arguing, a dude at the barber shop and another riding his bike. They lip sync along as Wale raps the lyrics to the song ("Follow me, follow me or forget me, follow me"). There's also a clip from the sitcom 'Seinfeld' incorporated.

The song will appear on the forthcoming Mass Appeal compilation that Nas is releasing.

Recently, Wale and Complex buried their beef, as the magazine put him and Jerry Seinfeld on the cover. This was after the MC threatened one of the staff members in 2013, for not including him on a best albums list. The cover shows Wale and the comedian eating at New York's Remedy Diner, where much of the sitcom's story lines took place.

In addition, Wale also announced dates for his Simply Nothing tour this week. He'll hit cities like Philadelphia, Riverside, Calif., and Orlando, Fla. just for starters. The tour will begin on Jan. 1, in Silver Spring, Md., and end in Norfolk, Va. on Feb 19.

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