‘More About Nothing’ by Wale is Now Available to Stream

Wale has officially released his Seinfeld-inspired mixtape ‘More About Nothing,’ to streaming platforms.

Wiz Khalifa, Daniel Merriweather, Fat Trel and Brooklyn Nets basketball player Kevin Durant appear on the follow-up to the rapper’s 2008 release ‘The Mixtape About Nothing’ and forerunner to 2015’s ‘The Album About Nothing’.

The 17-track project is now available to stream in its original version, complete with all of its samples, many of which Jerry Seinfeld assisted Wale in clearing.

The mixtape is available for streaming below:

Wale is one of numerous rappers who have recently made their old mixtapes available on streaming services. ‘Kush & Orange Juice’ was added to Wiz Khalifa’s DSPs a few years ago, followed by Lil Wayne’s ‘No Ceilings’, Big Sean’s ‘Detroit’ and Big K.R.I.T.’s ‘K.R.I.T. Wuz Here.’

In October, A$AP Rocky released a 10th anniversary edition of his critically acclaimed debut mixtape ‘LIVE.LOVE.A$AP’ on streaming platforms.

It was released after Rocky famously agreed to a $3 million agreement with RCA Records and Polo Grounds Music following a bidding battle. ‘Long. Live. A$AP’ was his debut studio album, which he released in January 2013.

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Mac Miller’s 2014 mixtape ‘Faces,’ was released to streaming platforms, the same month as Rocky’s 10th anniversary mixtape. Schoolboy Q, Rick Ross, Thundercat, Vince Staples, Mike Jones, Earl Sweatshirt and others featured on the tape, which was originally distributed as a free project on 11th May, 2014 (Mother’s Day in the United States that year).

Lil Wayne’s ‘Sorry 4 The Wait’ mixtape, which includes four new songs, was released on streaming services earlier this year.

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‘Sorry 4 The Wait’ was Lil Wayne’s first full-length endeavour after serving eight months in New York’s Rikers Island for having a loaded gun on a tour bus. It was originally released in 2011 as an apology to fans for the various delays that plagued the release of ‘Tha Carter IV’ (which was finally released in August of the same year).

Lil Wayne rapped over several of 2011’s most popular songs, including Adele’s ‘Rolling In The Deep (Sorry 4 The Wait)’ and Drake’s ‘Marvin’s Room’ (Tunechi’s Room). Meanwhile, The Weeknd’s second mixtape, ‘Thursday,’ was released for the first time on streaming sites in August to commemorate its tenth anniversary.