Wave Chapelle
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Wave Chapelle

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | SELF

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2013
Solo Hip Hop





Produced Maajei Vu

After awaking in a dream state, Wave finds himself in a foggy alternate reality. No alternative facts, though. Find out what life’s like on the other side, in this wild new visual from Wave.

It’ll All Make Sense Soon II, coming soon. - Fake Shore Drive

"Wave Chapelle "Authentic" Video"

Check out Wave Chapelle's new video for "Authentic."

Before Wave Chapelle hits us with the sequel to his 2013 project IAMSS (It’ll All Make Sense Soon), the fast-rising Milwaukee rapper decides to come through ahead of time & share a new video for his Maajei Vu-produced loosie “Authentic.”

From rockin’ all white to all black, Wave Chappelle hits up the Lucerne Vallery desert in California & ghost rides his Dodge Charger in this follow up to “Henny Cardi.” - HotNewHipHop

"Wave Chapelle - W⚡"

After getting some buzz around his singles, Wave Chapelle shares a new mixtape.
Wave Chapelle is part of a slew of rising rappers and producers coming out of the unheralded city of Milwaukee. After declaring his dedication to his craft with singles like “Overtime,” Wave Chapelle has dropped off a full-length project called W⚡️. He's joined by fellow Milwaukee natives Majeei Vu, IshDARR and Yung Satori.

The tracks don’t stray too far from the so far winning formula that Wave established with “Let’s Win” and “Overtime.” The tape’s carries a sports theme throughout, from the Gatorade lighting bolt on the cover to the sports metaphors Wave uses in many of the songs. He does get introspective on songs like “Time” and “All Good,” so it isn’t all aggression and success talk. - HotNewHipHop


Yesterday, we brought you an in-depth interview with the Milwaukee buck, Wave Chapelle. We sat down to chat about the local scene in the 414 and his new project W, which is now available for mass consumption. And as promised, the project is here, and it’s pretty brilliant.

At 11 tracks deep, W sets out to further cement Wave’s place in the rap game, and help put his hometown on the map. The W stands for the ultimate W, the win; and he’s about to see a handful of W’s after the world gets a crack at this. No losses over here. We are the champions, and enter the winners circle. - Fake Shore Drive

"Wave Chapelle Drops 'W' Mixtape"

Milwaukee resident Wave Chapelle is one of many young up and comers from the area. Over the course of the year, Chapelle has delivered a slew of loosies, including the basketball-themed "Let's Win" with IshDARR. (Basketball-themed tracks almost always get a look from me, and this one turned out pretty well, too.)

Today, the "Lately" rapper returns with a new mixtape, W — named after what he hopes to rack up with the project: wins. in addition to IshDARR, W has one feature from Yung Satori and is mostly produced by Maajei Vu. - 2DopeBoyz


Wave Chapelle touched down with his “Overtime” single last month and now decides to unleash the remainder of his awaited W mixtape.

The 11-song project includes contributions from Yung Satori, Maajei Vu, Meza, Kush, Bizness Boi, and more. - Rap Wave

"Milwaukee Album Reviews: Wave Chapelle"

With track titles like "Let's Win," "Overtime" and "Home Team" — and loads of metaphors in the lyrics — Wave Chapelle takes the sports-theme on "W" a bit too far. But repetition aside, Chapelle also illustrates why Yo Gotti offered him a record deal, via his charismatic, natural flow. And the trap-influenced production suggests Chapelle is finding his voice, a big leap from 2014's promising but sonically scattered "Only the Beginning." - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

"New Wave EP"

Early Listen: Milwaukee rapper Wave Chapelle shares fiery 'New Wave' EP - Variance



Born in 1994 Radontae Ashford aka Wave Chapelle, is an hip hop artist from the north side of Milwaukee, WI who grew up to the sounds of Kanye West, Jay z, and Drake. In 2013 Wave made his debut with the mixtape “It’ll All Make Sense Soon”, which released through livemixtapes. In late 2014 Wave followed with his second project, “Only The Beginning”, and became the first young artist to break out of his city. Early 2015 Wave released “New Black History” solidifying his place both at the local and national level. Spring 2016 Wave dropped his long awaited project W, which also featured production and appearances from Bizness Boi, Prep Bijan, IshDARR, Yung Satori, Maajei Vu, 4Keys and more.

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