WALE Interview on The Beat 99.9 FM, Lagos

Post by Ovie O, May 12th, 2013

Nigerian/American rap superstar, WALE Folarin, called in to speak with Gbemi on the Drive Time Show on The Beat 99.9 FM, Lagos two days ago. On the exclusive interview, he answered some of the burning questions we all have in mind. Is Wale coming to Nigeria anytime soon? Has he ever been to Nigeria? Is he working with any Nigerian artiste(s)? These and more on the audio clip below.

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41 Responses to “WALE Interview on The Beat 99.9 FM, Lagos”

  1. Jose says:

    na me be first una fada nyash

  2. TeamLakers says:

    Local Rapper, Thank you for repping 9ja. 9ja Got talent

    • Spaco says:

      Why u call am Local Rapper?Ur fada fit reach level where dis young man don attain?

      • Teamlakers says:

        shut the fuck up, go to wale's bio on twitter. stop hating … wale is so humble and loyal

      • cizzle says:

        dead guy

      • kenny says:

        local is his style. Wale started with gogo music in DC. He only went mainstream when he signed to MMG. Wale still refers to himself and is still refereed to as a local rapper

  3. Spaco says:

    I don Carry First Again oooo….Longest tym

  4. Ben says:

    i LOVE this…

  5. wariz says:

    wale of life

  6. REALSUPERDUPER says:

    I love this interview… So real (No forming from both parties)

  7. theLASTMAN Ψ ︻╦╤─ says:

    kept it real from A-Z. Naija is always ready to offer love as u can see. Worthy of note to naija artistes planning a U.S adventure is the fact that Wale gets to deal with too many haters mostly based off the fact he has Nigerian roots despite living his whole life in DC. It leaves one to wonder how receptive they'd be to a full blown afrobeat artist invasion.

  8. TheTRUTH06 says:

    Theres nothing more annoying than hearing "notjustok.com". fucking annoying

  9. chika says:

    i love this is Gbemi girl………….she's probably the first Nigerian presenter dat I've heard that sounds so real and no faking……makes me so happy……those other fakers can learn from her hopefully……

  10. zunnybunny says:

    Dude is real though…

  11. Jaybleeng says:

    WALE. much love.

  12. Someone says:

    The way Gbemi conducted the interview is really class. She called him WALE and not WALEY. Gbemi is just real with herself and not trying to be someone else.

  13. oga @ D Top says:

    So Loving his Crave 4 Local Jollof Rice. Pls wots wif dis am d 1st 2 Comment, after which U go ahead 2 Cos D Buttocks Of all Our Dads dat Visit dis Site. Wots has my Dad’s Buttocks don 2 Thee??

  14. David says:

    Wale Of Life..We Love U In Nigeria!!!

  15. MrUnkpe says:

    Gbemi so so real she speak english wit no forming any accent,dis girl is real mehn,but why njo dey use thier skit to disturb the interview now,i no say na ovie work be that,greedy guy lol….wale 9ja is ur home…stay bless hommie

  16. Godsluv22 says:

    Nice…Wale is a humble guy…..Much respect to him

  17. Changeclothz says:

    lmfao@i don carry first again ooo……hahahahaha

  18. jimmy flames says:

    if na cool fm people them for phuneh cut their tongue. fake people all of them. nice one gbemi.

  19. 0147 says:

    Lol at the way he said "naija artiste" Gotta love his realness maaaaan

  20. timeless says:

    hahahhhh notjustok ohhh…ur name must enter errthing even radio recording chai

  21. SolitudeDaChosen says:

    I like this interview. WALE is a cool dude and he answered questions honestly I think. I like Gbemi, is a very good interviewer and very real.

  22. Music Scout says:

    Sweetest Jollof in the whole village abi?

    • sinzu says:

      no mind yankee people,dem still tink sey naija na village. sometimes dem go ask me sey. "Do you guys sleep with lions". stupid question!

  23. haywhy says:

    Wale is cool and good rapper,he should come and do is thing back home in Nigeria,did he still think Naija music is like d old days,the americans don’t know dat is only few nigerians dat listens to their music,dis days almost everybody in africa listen to naija music,wale naija is the best place to do ur music come back home.

    • concern says:

      You are a big fool, telling him to come back to Nigeria to do his music, Someone is already global and you are telling him to come back to Small Nigeria, Do you think if he was here he would get all the exposure he is getting now, This is the most stupid comment i have ever seen on Notjustok. $.02

    • akin says:

      a guy that has never lived in nigeria at any point in his life?Nah wah ooo

  24. This is a good lesson for us to continue naming our children with our native name, not all this yeye fake English names. It promotes us and signifies us out even when abroad. Let’s keep our native name real. A white man don’t name is children an African name. #Church#

  25. u guys are doing a great job in promoting nigeria music keep it up.

  26. jay says:

    why are Nigerians like this ,we have alot of talent @ home,when Nigerians start going out and making a name for themselves,we start claiming them,if he were to be back home,maybe he would have been frustrated,there r many artiste looking for record deal,why cant they be signed,and we dont have alot of competitions

  27. jay says:

    why are Nigerians like this ,we have alot of talent @ home,when Nigerians start going out and making a name for themselves,we start claiming them,if he were to be back home,maybe he would have been frustrated,there r many artiste looking for record deal,why cant they be signed,and we dont have alot of competitions,i happen to be an upcoming,am even thinking of travelling out

  28. Naomi says:

    Can somebody just shut that *NOT JSUT OK.COM* THING UP …. I mean it's freaking annoying

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