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”.
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Free hit up Shade 45 and premiered his Just Blaze-produced “Early”, early! Afterwards, Neef joins him for a live edition of “Numbers“. Hear it all in CDQ when Diamond In The Ruff drops November 27.
It’s been over a week since the release of Saigon’s Bread And Circuses and recently, he was back on Sway In The Morning for an in studio concert series. Here’s film of him reciting a few tracks.
Yours truly took over the Shade 45 airwaves yesterday on the All Out Show with Rude Jude and Lord Sear. The station’s looking to add new music, so they called on the kid to help ’em out. My selections? Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Trees” and Macklemore’s “Can’t Hold Us”. Afterward, we spoke on Shyne’s review of good. kid, m.A.A.d city. Week 2: Back for another week, I highlighted Young Jeezy’s “We Done It Again” and newcomer Deezo‘s “Deck”
No Busta or Styles P present, but Fame and Term took matters in their own hands with an in-studio take of their grimey cut. Don’t do them dirty, cop Fizzyology now.
During Sean Price’s Mic Tyson promo run last week, he gave Statik Selektah’s show an in-studio version of “Bar-Barian”. Listen Watch!
No beat preferred, Glasses Malone cruises the mic while visiting the good folks over at Soul Assassins’ radio show. Glass House expected to drop really soon.
While visiting DJ Kay Slay’s radio show on Shade 45, King L gave an in-studio performance of his single, “Val Venis”. We know, it’s not as interesting as the recently dropped video.
With G.O.O.D. Music’s “Mercy” on deck, Young Gotti goes off the top during his interview with the Soul Assassins. His Money Bitches Power
Tito returned to Sway’s morning show. After discussing touring, he gave an in-studio performance of his personal favorite (and mine) off his The Hunger Game