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Julian Kimble of Billboard said, "The Album About Nothing is his most personal piece of work to date, and also his best.
That hair-trigger sensitivity can be off-putting, but it's also what makes him good at what he does.
I said just type in Wale and me and see what comes up." "I was a big fan of Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld. So I had an interesting perspective on the industry.
Basically I just ran with that, I did a Mixtape About Nothing and I used a lot of dialogue from Seinfeld.
uestlove Chrisette Michele] Yesterday I saw a B-girl crying [x2] I walked up and asked what's wrong She told me that the radio's been playing The same song all day long So I told her I got something you've been waiting for [x2] [Hook: Chrisette Michele (Black Thought)] Yesterday I saw a B-girl crying I walked up and asked what's wrong She told me that the radio's been playing The same song all day long (So get your glass, lift it up in the toast position We getting paper like John Travolta get it Cause we focused wit' it, we supposed to get it You know me and my whole squad, we so committed We not the kids cooling out on the sofa with it We about to dominate the globe like Oprah did it We getting paper like John Travolta, nigga) [Verse 1: Black Thought] Well I'm a downtown shooter who that?
The album was supported by two singles: "The Body" featuring Jeremih, and "The Matrimony" featuring Usher.
The Album About Nothing received generally positive reviews from music critics.
Seinfeld spoke about how the collaboration came to be, saying: "Wale called me, came to my show and we hung out a little bit. I didn't understand it, but he did and then I kind of liked the guy, I dug the guy, and I listened to his music, I liked the music.
So I said alright, I'll do it, even though I didn't know what I was going to do.