Wale Reminds Us He's Team Warner Bros. Records W/ New Footage, Dave Chappelle Meme & Big Promise –

Maybach Music Group’s Wale is making sure there’s no misunderstanding about what team he’s riding with in 2018. The hip-hop veteran has lit up social media to remind fans he’s officially with Warner Bros. Records.

Ralph Folarin went to his social media pages Wednesday (May 16) to flex his new record label ties.

#NewProfilePic pic.twitter.com/ajyevYNhTF

— Wale (@Wale) May 16, 2018

That’s almost my time y’all … I’m bout go the hardest. I’m GONNA be the “I told you so” guy .. pic.twitter.com/CjQyD87JWQ

— Wale (@Wale) May 16, 2018

Checkmate 🤴🏿 pic.twitter.com/0fHezLX0ku

— Wale (@Wale) May 16, 2018

Know your worth . Never let them tell you what you can’t do! I watched them finesse the narrative and “quietly quietly” did my thing .

— Wale (@Wale) May 16, 2018

And the same narrative spinners won’t mention it… because it’s not negative . But the moral of the story is “it’s on now!”

— Wale (@Wale) May 16, 2018

Ready! 💡

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Earlier in the day, Wale and Warner Bros. Records announced their new partnership.

Rapper Wale has joined the Warner Bros. Records roster and is due to release his sixth full-length album in 2018. He arrives at the Warner Music Group label Rock Ross’ Maybach Music Group and immediately drops a brand new track, “Black Bonnie” (feat. Jacquees), today. Wale’s previous three albums were released by Atlantic Records, a subsidiary of WMG, so his WBR deal is a homecoming of sorts. (Variety)

Wale issued a statement about joining the same label which is home to hip-hop artists like Lil Pump and Mac Miller.

“This is an exciting step for me. I am thrilled to be at a company that is willing to showcase my artistry, while supporting my entrepreneurial spirit. I felt their passion, commitment and enthusiasm from day one. They believed in my vision wholeheartedly, and I am ready to show and prove.” (Billboard)

Earlier this month, the Washington, DC native put out his new Self Promotion EP.

never told u I was perfect .I mess up (a lot) . Pls watch pic.twitter.com/GXKo1mkmgM

— Wale (@Wale) May 8, 2018

This will be my last indie project .. it’s been fun (and lucrative) but I have goals to accomplish outside music . New chapter https://t.co/dF8ftgdJdE

— Wale (@Wale) May 8, 2018