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Last night, chart topping rapper Wale kicked off Swim Miami with a special dj set and performance at WALL for fans including Sports Illustrated model Anne de Paula. While manning the turntables, he performed his chart topping hits Ambition, Lotus Flower Bomb and MY PYT, giving guests a preview of WALL’s upcoming 8th year anniversary bash on Saturday.

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