Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale

With help from Jerry Seinfeld himself, one of the classics from the mixtape era, Wale’s More About Nothing sees its first official release on CD and Vinyl. Originally released in 2008, the album is nothing short of a masterpiece in his celebrated catalog, and features appearances from then-budding artists Wiz Khalifa and Fat Trel, among others. True fans of the musician will undoubtedly know how crucial this project is to the culture; a Jerry Seinfeld collaboration with Wale finally available for all.

Wale

More About Nothing

Empire
Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
LPx2

£27.99

Black
Released 16/12/2022Catalogue Number

ERE828

Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
LPx2 +

£34.99

With Red Sleeve

Black in Red Colour in Colour Vinyl.

Released 19/01/2024Catalogue Number

ERE829

Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
LPx2 +

£34.99

Alternate Yellow Sleeve

Black And White Cookie Split Vinyl

Released 15/12/2023Catalogue Number

ERE830

Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
CD

£14.99

4 Panel Digipack.

Released 29/07/2022Catalogue Number

ERE827

Wale

More About Nothing

Empire
Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
LPx2

£27.99

Black
Released 16/12/2022Catalogue Number

ERE828

Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
LPx2 +

£34.99

With Red Sleeve

Black in Red Colour in Colour Vinyl.

Released 19/01/2024Catalogue Number

ERE829

Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
LPx2 +

£34.99

Alternate Yellow Sleeve

Black And White Cookie Split Vinyl

Released 15/12/2023Catalogue Number

ERE830

Album artwork for More About Nothing by Wale
CD

£14.99

4 Panel Digipack.

Released 29/07/2022Catalogue Number

ERE827

With help from Jerry Seinfeld himself, one of the classics from the mixtape era, Wale’s More About Nothing sees its first official release on CD and Vinyl. Originally released in 2008, the album is nothing short of a masterpiece in his celebrated catalog, and features appearances from then-budding artists Wiz Khalifa and Fat Trel, among others. True fans of the musician will undoubtedly know how crucial this project is to the culture; a Jerry Seinfeld collaboration with Wale finally available for all.