Rappers have been celebrating Hennessy for a long time, but it looks like Jay-Z's D'usse could be the cognac of choice for rappers in the future. Today, Wale, who was previously signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation, assists Tae Bae in an ode to the alcoholic beverage.
Tae Bae recruits Wale for their low-key banger, "D'Usse." The song kicks off with Wale who shouts out both Jay-Z and Ty Ty before the drum drops and the two rappers deliver an infectious hook. Tae Bae and Wale deliver charismatic verses over a bass-heavy production handled by K-Hendrix.
This is the first time we've heard a new verse from Wale this year. However, he's previously said that he has a stash of music with Meek Mill and Rick Ross that he's sitting on. "I have endless songs wit Ross and Meek respectively . Can’t wait to let em fly and start the dialogue about MMG," he tweeted on New Year's Day. Hopefully, some of those surface in the near future.
Black lambo lookin' like Bruce Wayne
Can't have with a prude, n***a fugazi
Put his face on a tee 'cause he two face