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Wale, coming to Duke tomorrow: "the biggest event ... since Trajan Langdon."

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For a dude that has so damn much to say on his records, D.C. rapper Wale stays fairly terse in interviews. Nevertheless, he dropped a reference to King Trajan Langdon to end a chat with Duke's Playground blog, published this morning: "I look forward to coming [to Duke]—this is gonna be the biggest event at Duke since Trajan Langdon," Wale told the paper about his appearance in Duke's East Campus Quad tomorrow night at 7 p.m. Otherwise, he said lots of nothing, but we don't expect that to be the case tomorrow night. Get there early for J.Cole, too, a Fayetteville rapper who's capable of big things and major word play.

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