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Wallie The Sensei Drops New Song And Visual, ‘Lamb,’ Announces ‘Golden Child’ Mixtape

Compton native, rapper Wallie the Sensei, continues his recent hot streak with a luxurious, emotional new single, “Lamb,” out today on Capitol Records. The track is featured on Wallie’s new mixtape, Golden Child, out July 2.

The lush throwback finds Wallie effortlessly singing over a buttery beat, showcasing his one-of-a-kind flow and knack for incisive lyrics about his come-up. “B*tch, nobody had it in my fam, I put my foot down,” he sings. “Put my other foot down like I could drive this car, let the motherf***kin hood down.” In “Lamb,” Wallie walks through his rise from hustling street grinder to global rap star. His narratives are poetic and detailed, rivaling rap’s most vivid writers.

“Lamb” comes alongside an extended run of excellence for Wallie, who dropped the low-key summertime anthem,“03 Flow,” in late May. The track also follows Wallie’s team-up with Detroit talent 42 Dugg on the enthralling remix of Wallie’s own hit single “Scandalous.” The two trade bars with ease and confidence, as Wallie offers up some of his most lucid lines, recounting the struggles of success and the haters who would come for his head.

Since the release of Wallie the Sensei’s No Love EP at the beginning of 2020, he’s quickly become a West Coast artist to watch. Respect magazine praised the “Scandalous” video for showcasing Compton’s “camaraderie, hustle, and rawness,” while Rosecrans Ave highlighted Wallie’s storytelling abilities, saying he is “providing guidance to those who come after” with his pain-stricken tales.

After the hit of the “Scandalous” remix, Wallie the Sensei’s proved that his skyrocketing success is no fluke. “Lamb” is poised to reach even more open-minded listeners. It’s an anthem for hustling Cali natives and anyone who craves a little bit of glow-up magic.

Pre-order Golden Child.


Golden Child Tracklist:

01. Lamb
02. 03 Flow
03. B Please Pt. 2 (ft. Nebula Swavey)
04. Fallin Apart
05. Bompton 2 Balabasas
06. Get Freaky
07. Cuisine (ft. Nebula Swavey)
08. Upgrade
09. Break (ft. Prell)
10. Looking For (ft. Doley Bernays & Glockboyz Teejae)
11. Black Dwarf
12. Sage
13. Falling
14. Konfessions
15. Stop Ballin
16. Scandalous
17. Scandalous (Remix) [ft. 42 Dugg]

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Wallie the Sensei is the next to blow out of Compton, California. Coming out of the underground rap scene in his city, the West Coast spitter released his No Love EP earlier this year, spearheaded by breakout single “Scandalous.” From singing in church choirs to having his record being played on Power 106 (LA’s #1 Hip Hop radio station) organically speaks volumes to his talents, and he doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

Having only started recording a few years ago, the 25-year-old describes his upbringing in Compton as “fast-paced.” He adds, “It’s an urban area, some people would consider it the slums. A little difficult. It was great though in other ways, a lot of inspiration and talent there.”

When it comes to his sound, Wallie blends melody with pure hip-hop, drawing from personal experiences in his own life. Most recently, Wallie hosted an epic Back To School Weekend event giving out food, haircuts, and school supplies for all the kids in his hometown. Even though he’s in the early stages of his career, Wallie’s already showing his love and genuine care to give back to the community, following in the footsteps of the great Nipsey Hussle.

Newly signed to Capitol Records, Wallie plans to breakthrough from the underground to the mainstream. At the top of this year, he released his standout single “Scandalous,” showcasing his pipes that stem from the church choir growing up. The crazy part is, he only started recording a few years ago.

AllHipHop caught up with Wallie to discuss his biggest influences, how he got his name, recording “Scandalous,” giving back to Compton, and more!

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El Da Sensei

American rapper from Newark, New Jersey

El Da Sensei

Birth nameWilliam E. Williams
Born (1971-01-07) January 7, 1971 (age 50)
OriginNewark, New Jersey, U.S.
GenresHip-hop, rap, hardcore rap
Years active1987-present
LabelsFat Beats, Asfalt Records, Coalmine
Associated actsArtifacts, The Returners, O.S.T.R., General Woo, The Immortals Project, The Regiment Hip-Hop Duo, HiFi Banda

Musical artist

William E. Williams, also known as El Da Sensei is an American rapper from Newark, New Jersey. During the 1990s he was a member of the hip hop duo, Artifacts.

Since then he has released several solo albums.[1]

In 2015, at The 14th Annual Independent Music Awards, "The Immortals Project Featuring El Da Sensei" won the award in the "Rap/Hip-Hop - Song" category for "On the Rise".


With Artifacts[edit]


  • 2003: Relax, Relate, Release (Seven Heads)
  • 2006: The Unusual (Fat Beats)
  • 2008: Unheard Of
  • 2008: Global Takeover: The Beginning (with Polish hip hop duo The Returners (Little & DJ Chwiał))
  • 2009: The Money EP (with The Returners)
  • 2009: Shining Shadow Presents... The Immortals Project
  • 2010: GT2: Nu World (with The Returners)[2]
  • 2011: The Nu World Remix EP
  • 2013: The Immortals Project Feat. El Da Sensei - Rogue Agents (Shining Shadow)
  • 2018: XL (with Sadat X)
  • 2021 Solving Cases (with Jake Palumbo)


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