With Ski Beatz providing the soundtrack, dead prez, Chris Webby, Fashawn, and Supa Star Torch cracked the mic for an old fashioned cypher on Shade 45. Chris Webby’s rhyme was built Ford tough.
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DJ Whoo Kid welcomed Busta on his show a couple of weekends ago. He discussed his free digital LP, Year Of The Dragon, the recording process, working with Lil Wayne and everything else in between.
With Fashawn and Murs looking on, Brother Ali experiments his raps on Sway’s morning show. As always, instrumentals provided by DJ Wonder.
M1 and stic.man appeared on Sway In The Morning to speak on allegations of ghostwriting for Nas and their new track, “Dirty White Girl”. Above, the duo performed their classic, “It’s Bigger Than Hip-Hop”.
More than likely While You Were Sleeping, Jon visited DJ Kay Slay’s show and turned Streetsweeper’s Radio show out with a in-studio rendition of his mixtape’s third track.
During DJ Tony Touch’s absence, Duck Down took over the show last Tuesday with host Dru Ha and DJ Evil Dee on the 1s and 2s. Before the end of the show, Sean and Fashawn both crack the mic. Listen.
As the latest guest on Sway’s in-studio concert series, R.Les exhales a live edition of “Breathe”, his “Ups & Downs” then discusses taking on rap and his $1 million reward. Les Is More October 22.
You can’t have Jon as a guest on your show without a freestyle.
Shady’s furious four visits Sway’s morning show as the latest guests for the in-studio concert series. Above, they performed “Throw It Away” as well “My Life” and “Hammer Dance” after the jump.
Mac Miller visited Sway In The Morning on Shade 45 this week and at the close of his interview recited “Desperado” over M-O-B-B’s classic.