Wale Blasts The Music Industry: It Will Take Your Soul


Over the weekend, Wale used his social media accounts to express his issues with the music industry.

by Yohance Kyles (@HUEYmixwitRILEY)

(AllHipHop News) The DMV representative posted on Instagram (now deleted):

Tired. I’m tired. I tried. This music industry will take your soul then make you want leave … n-ggas don’t respect humble n—as don’t respect intelligence. They’ll ask for “this or that” and you deliver it they’ll say it never happened… Let me air out some ppl … it’ll make headlines… let me uplift some people it’ll get buried quicker than you can say “leanmollyxan” … they’ll kill you and then worship you when you’re gone.

Wale also added a comment on Twitter:

N-ggas only f-ck wit u when ur face on that Teeshirt …this whole sh-t fake.

The “Running Back” rapper has faced complications with the entertainment business throughout his career.

Originally, Wale was signed to Interscope, but he parted ways with the label after the underwhelming sales of his debut studio album Attention Deficit.

The creator of the forthcoming Shine album also clashed with the mediafans, and fellow Maybach Music Group artist Meek Mill.

Conversely, Wale has collaborated with numerous acts such as Meek, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Drake, J. Cole, Kid Cudi, Rihanna, Usher, Lady Gaga, and The Roots during his time as a professional performer.