New Music: Wale - 'Good to Great'

  /  11.13.2017

Wale goes from “Good to Great.” After debuting it live earlier this month, Folarin unleashes his full song about improvement.

Produced by JujuInPerson, the laid-back track allows Wale to rap about a night out with his lovely lady. “I can turn the good to great in one day,” he sings. “Show me your worth / Double Cs, you put in your purse / Cute, Hermés, might get you the Birkin / Might give you the world, if you’re intelligent first.”

The Maybach Music Group MC recently spoke about the inspiration behind the song. “How this song came together was just a lot of nights out after Summer On Sunset mixtape,” he said. “It just feels like the end of the club and it’s about to go down. Nights like that are dope to me because being able to share memories and document them through music is dope.”

It’s unclear where “Good to Great” will land. Folarin released his fifth studio album, Shine, back in April and is set to executive produce Maybach Music Group’s forthcoming Self Made 4.

Aside from releasing new music, Wale also promoted “Rally for Meek,” which is taking place later today at the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia. “If we were only judged for our pasts, we’d never enjoy the present, or have reason to be optimistic for our tomorrow’s,” he wrote. “#FreeMeekMill.”


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