Wale In-Store Signing at N.E.X.T. Beachwood

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The limited edition shirt I Love The Hype has created for Wales appearance
  • The limited edition shirt I Love The Hype has created for Wale's appearance

I Love The Hype and Eighty81 are making this Thursday night in Cleveland one to remember. The two companies have come together to present D.C.-based hip-hop artist Wale, who will be gracing N.E.X.T. in Beachwood mall with an in-store appearance and autograph signing Thursday night from 8 p.m.-10. Known for his critically acclaimed, Seinfeld-inspired mixtapes (entitled A Mixtape About Nothing and More About Nothing, respectively), Wale will be signing an exclusive batch of limited editions t-shirts created by I Love The Hype that were inspired by a skit off of A Mixtape About Nothing.

Wale will then head to Fortress Nightclub, where he will join Cali emcee Dom Kennedy (who is performing at the Grog Shop earlier that evening) for a night of partying. So hop on over to next, get a dope, limited edition t-shirt, have Wale sign it and then jet off to Fortress Nightclub to party the night away. And if you aren't hip to Wale, I suggest you change that real fast.

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