Wale Drops ‘The Summer League’ Featuring Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign
The song, which was initially released in March after it was debuted on Hot 97, starts with an announcer who introduces the rappers and calls out Kanye and Wale's hometowns of Chicago and Washington D.C., respectively. A steady drum beat begins before Ty Dolla $ign croons in Auto-Tune. "The money keep on comin'," he signs.
Yeezy follows suit with a line that could be devoted to his ladylove Kim Kardashian. "I wanna see you with the lights on," he croons. "You got everybody watching like the fight on." The G.O.O.D. Music leader urges listeners to "keep on thuggin' while the money keep on comin'."
Wale gives a shout out to his creator and throws in some designer brands as an added touch. "Made it to the top, but my mama from Naija / And they just wanna watch s--- / She used to Flowerbomb, now that candy is Prada," he raps.
This is the second time we've heard from Wale this week. The rhymer released a music video for his Stokley Williams-assisted track "The Bloom," off The Album About Nothing. The two deliver their lyrics on a sunny day outside of a lavish mansion before Wale hits the beach.
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