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Olubowale Victor Akintimehin better known as Waleis aNigerian American who was born September 21 1984 inWashington DC He was enrolled to Robert Morris University and Virginia State University on football scholarships and then transferred to Bowie State University but dropped out Once he realized school wasnt for him he did something that would make him popular and have money In the 2000s he was known for being anAmerican rapperHe started his music career in 2005 His first song was called Rhyme of the Century This song was aired on the local radio because they believed in his potential After his first song his first mix tape was released Paint a Picture andin the same year he released his second album called Hate is the New Love After that album he was signed with a local record label Studio 43In July 2006 wale hired Daniel Weisman a club promoter as his manager In 2007 he got signed with Allido Records After he signed with them he released his third mix tape called 100 Miles and Running Despite not being signed to a major label Wale was becoming well known He got a deal of a positive press He was in a XXL magazine to the New York Times After a bidding war he had offers from Epic Atlantic and Def Jam In 2008 he released his fourth mix tape the mix tape about nothing Each year Wale was working on something new his potential was becoming more recognized by many artist In 2009 he released his fifth album Attention deficit he got asked to be on a world tour with Jay-z NERD and Jcole to perform these songs In 2011 he came out with Ambition that album really made Wale become more popular with the world Not only could he relate to the men he started to relate to the women by expressing his feelings on how he felt about the beautiful women in the
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