Get ‘cha Scoop A Loops. Scoop DeVille was guest DJing for Shade 45’s All Out Show and Soul Assassins. Above is footage of his appearance and below is 50 minutes of his hit and unreleased records. http://official.fm/tracks/zSXS?control=1&tracklist=1&width=500&height=240&skin_bg=000000&skin_fg=FFFFFF hhnm
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Uncle Murda and Diddy Bop recently visited DJ Kay Slay’s radio show on Shade 45 and gave an in-studio performance of their Lil Wayne freestyle. No worries, First 48 is still on the way.
You already know DJ Kay Slay wasn’t having Lux leave with out a freestyle. During his interview, he kindly accepts the offer to kill the mic.
While visiting Sway In The Morning, Cassidy clarifies more his request to battle Meek Mill. Not for publicity or beef, he wants to bring the match for charity. When asked who runs Philly, he says himself.
More Duck Down invasion ensued over at Shade 45. During
Yea, where is OGC? With Preemo co-hosting, 9th and Buck gives a live performance of “The Change Up” off The Solution
While Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were in New York last week, they stopped by Sway’s A.M. drive for a live performance of “Thrift Shop”. Fucking awesome. Get down with The Heist here.
While knocking out promo for his album next Tuesday, Free visited DJ Kay Slay’s radio show and unleashed the beast with an in-studio performance of “Jungle”. Pre-order
Red Cafe was up on VIP Saturday on Shade Forty Five and kicked a freebie over Juicy J’s stripper anthem. Afterward, he spoke on losing yourself with Diddy and his collaborative project with Fabolous.
Over at Statik Selektah’s show last Thursday, Freeway and Talib Kweli both gave the Shade 45 listeners a double treat by performing their verses off “PA” and “Outstanding”.