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.
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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.
The other day, Doug E. Fresh was on Shade 45 and introduced his sons Squareoff and nephew Mansone Batez. Doug E. also spoke on the state of Hip-Hop and reflected on the early days with Slick Rick and the Get Fresh Crew. Of course, Mr. Fresh hit the mic for a performance of his own.
DJ Tony Touch embraced Spitta’s presence on Shade 45 last Tuesday and returned the favor by taking it to the mic. Under the influence more than likely. allindstrom
50 was tuned into Shade 45 this past weekend and called up VIP Saturday’s with DJ Self and Superstar Jay. He was on the line for nearly 30 minutes and talked about hip-hop trends and his boxing promoting venture. Later in the call, Uncle Murda chimes in as well.
During his visit with Sway on Shade 45, Pretty thug P performed a few cuts off
Still on the radio run, Prodigy and Boogz Boogetz hit up Toca Tuesdays on Shade 45 and took charge of Snoop’s “Tha Shiznit”. H.N.I.C. 3 out now.
Bay Area rapper Locksmith made his debut on Sway In The Morning and tackled whatever beat DJ Wonder threw at him. Tahiry seemed impressed.