“Serena Williams, peace to her gettin’ the gold. You know she got soul.” Give Common a random word and he will manage to cover it off the top. And while on Sway’s morning show’s here’s how he put it down. Here’s a word: Dope! After the jump, he speaks on Cruel Summer. UPDATE: Another freestyle.
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Gucci dialed into DJ Whoo Kid’s show over the weekend. He spoke on the origins of his name, relationship with Future, working with Tony Yayo, Snoop’s reincarnation and his next projects including his album and role in the upcoming film, Spring Breakers.
Ne-Yo’s radio run continued with Sway the other day. He spoke on his seperation from his fellow male R&B peers, tackling fatherhood and reflected on collaborating with Country artists. Yee haw!.
Last Tuesday, Mikey visited DJ Tony Touch’s show to promote his free album, Lap Of Lux and spit a few lyrics over the Shade 45 airwaves. Peep his new video here. allindstrom
Donnis woke up with Sway In The Morning on Shade 45 and was then put through DJ Wonder’s 5 Fingers Of Death. Luckily, Donnis walked away unscathed.
While checking in with
Like each and every Tuesday, Tony Touch put his guest on the hot seat. Here’s what Lupe came up with off the top during last week’s episode.
Nelly appeared on the Whoolywood show over the weekend. He spoke on his relationship with T.I., passing on Paris Hilton for Apple Bottom, his single
Before making his way to his first headliner show in Atlanta, Stalley visited DJ Drama and DJ Sense’s show and kicked a rap over Jigga’s “Rhyme No More” instrumental.
360 appeared last Tuesday on Tony Toca’s show on Shade 45. Before the close of his interview, he recited a pair of rhymes over Nas’ “Memory Lane” and “Can’t Forget About You”. Based off his previous material, 60 should’ve gone harder.