The Mixtape About Nothing


Contents • • • • Theme [ ] Wale was inspired by the show. Wale claims he has 'seen every episode'.

The mixtape extensively from Seinfeld, and Wale peppers his raps with frequent reference to jokes. Each track follows the series' naming conventions for episodes, formatting each title with the definitive article 'The.' In the track 'The Kramer,' Wale raps about use of the word ',' referring to, which Wale also attacks across the rest of the mixtape. Actress, who plays the character in Seinfeld, appears on the mixtape.


The Mixtape About Nothing, the latest release from D.C. Lyrical prodigy Wale, is simultaneously beautifully crafted irony and the genuine mental struggles of a man who proves every theory Freud. The Mixtape About Nothing by Wale on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. 'For Nothing' by Lil Wayne, off the Dedication 6 Reloaded mixtape. Listen to the full mixtape: Click to subscribe to Lil.

In 2015, Wale collaborated with Jerry Seinfeld on an album called. Critical reception [ ] Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating (8.4/10) RapReviews (8.5/10) Upon its release, The Mixtape About Nothing has received favorable reviews from music critics.


Arthur Gailes of gave the album an 8.5 out of 10. Track listing [ ] From 'The Mixtape About Nothing'.

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The official mixtape was hosted by Kanye West alongside his A&R,. Overall, it is compiled of songs made by various artists signed onto West's label, collaborations with other unaffiliated musicians, and preview versions of certain songs that would later appear on. The mixtape was very well received and gave off several tracks that later became successful singles. A physical disc was later released exclusively in the on February 18, 2008.

Reception [ ] awarded Can't Tell Me Nothing an A- rating and complimented it for expressing a high quality in comparison to most promotional mixtapes, claiming, 'Even with a few duds, this might be the album of the year.' On its general review of the mixtape, Stylus wrote, ' Can't Tell Me Nothing is one mixtape that should be legendary on its own, rather than piggybacking off its 'parent' album. It's as diverse as anything I've heard this year, both as intelligent and as stoopid as it wants to be (cf. ' (Remix)'), and gloriously so.' Critic dictated, 'Get this while you can from the mixtape man no matter how much of it is destined for the real album.' Wrote, 'Although the scatterbrained way Kanye chooses to present himself will continue to face scrutiny and divide opinion, any critic would be hard pressed to deny his talent.

Whatever persona he adopts, whether relatively restrained or unsurprisingly in your face, the artist rarely fails to engage.' Can't Tell Me Nothing won 'Mixtape of the Year' at the 2007.

Track listing [ ] No. Title Producer Length 1. 'Friday Morning May 25th' (intro performed by, and ) 2:17 2. ' (snippet performed by ) 1:23 3. ' (performed by ) 3:54 4.

'I Ain't Even on Yet' (performed by ) 2:36 5. ' (performed by ) 4:08 6. 'Southside' (snippet performed by featuring ) 2:22 7. ' (performed by ) 2:30 8. 'Porno' (interlude performed by ) 1:15 9. ' (snippet performed by featuring and ) 1:50 10. 'In the Mood' (performed by featuring ) 2:32 11.