Wale Rips The Philly Show With His Simply Nothing Tour


Wale's Show In Philly Brought Meek & Ross Out Just As Fans

Maybach Music artist Wale stopped in Philly's TLA on his Simply Nothing Tour. Area college students and hippies filled up the venue to hear one of their poetic lyrical leaders of the new generation of Hip-Hop.


Opening acts Mike Voss, Bizzy Crook and Audio Push performed songs off of their up and coming projects and showing they have promising careers ahead of them.


The pre headline act was Philly's own/ former Roc-A-Fella artists Young Gunz, Chris and Neef. Young Chris took the stage first and performed new records from the network mixtape and hits from theRoc-A-Fella bought out his young gunna partner Neef Buck. Neef performed singles from forever do me 6.

The lights went off letting us know the mmg general Wale was making his way to the stage. Camera phone lights lit up the venue as Wale rushed on the stage. He came on 10:52PM.


Dressed in all black bomber jacket, black jeans shades and two gold chains. Commotion in the audience started in the middle of Wale's set as Meek Mill and Rick Ross sat in the corner of the audience to watch the show with the fans. The crowd screamed and sang along hits from his albums Ambition, Gifted and other hits, to the end.