Wale – Every Kind of Way

Wale – Every Kind of Way

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Offering a different take on H.E.R.’s 2017 track “Every Kind Of Way,” Wale has given his personal touch, changing the vibe of the song ever so subtly. The Washington rapper has had a busy 2018 thus far, releasing his It’s Complicated EP just last month with no apparent plans of slowing down. After reportedly cutting ties with Atlantic Records, Wale has released a few loosies via his SoundCloud page with today’s coming in the form of an H.E.R. remix.


Starting off the track with a brand new verse, Wale drops plenty of notable references to his colleagues in the music industry, including Cardi B, Drake and producer Cardo. With H.E.R.’s classic vocals kept intact, Wale’s appearance brings new life to the song while maintaining its smooth flow. Let us know how you think it ranks among his recent drops.

Song Every Kind of Way

I heard I cracked the code to your heart
Cause the one that before me Couldn’t figure it out
Sex was the weapon
My tongue will gun ya down (yeah)
Sex was best one ain’t no love aloud
Sometimes i think

99% of our bodies are lying
Why don’t our minds agree
She heard my title peace
Trying [?} just to see why

Am I this nigga fighting asleep
Thats what entitlement means
She told me be careful like Cardi b
But my cardio gotten smaller
Small like a car don’t got wings
Gods Plan

I can see your plans for us
Cuban got his aiming scoped
Better tell him stop playing with us
Cause if we shooting we not friends no more


Wale Rapper, Olubowale Victor Akintimehin (born September 21, 1984), better known by his stage name Wale (/ˈwɔːl/ WAW-lay), is an American rapper. He rose to prominence in 2006, when his song “Dig Dug (Shake It)” became popular in his hometown. Wale became locally recognized and continued recording music for the regional audience. Producer Mark Ronson discovered Wale in 2006 and signed him to Allido Records in 2007. While signed to that label, Wale released several mixtapes and appeared in national media including MTV and various Black-American-focused magazines. A song called “Ridin’ in That Black Joint” was featured in the popular video game Saints Row 2’s soundtrack in 2008.

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