Last night, Saigon swung by Statik Selektah’s show on Shade 45 and gave an in-studio performance of “So Cruel” off their joint project, All In A Day’s Work.
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Loaded Lux kept his radio grind going last week over at Shade 45. After DJ Tony Touch dropped the beat, Lux put in more work over the mic.
Following last week’s freestyle, Maino and company gave Sway’s morning show a live performance of “Shine” and “A Different Kind Of Nigga” off The Mafia tape.
Last week, DJ Kay Slay’s Streetsweeper Radio show invited Pusha T and, of course, he supplied an in-studio performance.
DJ Paul was arrested last weekend in NYC for carrying a taser while drinking alcohol from an open container. He spent a day in jail and spoke on his experience with Sway In The Morning.
T.I.P. brought his Grand Hustle family over to Shade 45. During their discussion
Last Tuesday, Talib Kweli checked in DJ Tony Touch’s show and carried on tradition by kicking a freestyle. Prisoners of Conscious coming November 20.
Maino and his cosa nostra packed Sway’s morning show and invidually took turns rapping over the “Stay Schemin” beat. If you haven’t yet, download The Mafia mixtape here.
Last Thursday, Boaz kicked it with Statik Selektah and blessed the mic with an exclusive rhyme. If you like what you hear, be sure to download his Bases Loaded here.
Following his visit on Power 105, The Abbot continued his radio promo over at Shade 45 and threw a few darts over the airwaves. Looks like Bobby Digital hasn’t lost his aim.