If the game doesn’t change soon, it’ll be awhile until we see another album from Uncle Bun. During his interview with Sway, he reflects on the early days of hip-hop and lists his favorite MCs. During Paul Wall’s segment,
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Common was recently back on Sway In The Morning. As always, Sway requested a freestyle and Com does what he does best by going off the top of the head.
Down in Houston for NBA All-Star weekend, Meek Mill and Lil Snupe hit up Sway In The Morning. During the chat, they both freestyle over “Deep Cover” and “Started From The Bottom”. xzone
Mouse checked in with Sway and ’em over at Shade 45. He spoke on confronting Consequence then performed a few tracks off No Love Lost. In other news, the album debuted at #15 on the Billboard charts.
Roland Colt and Rick Williams of Burn Rubber kicked it with Sway on Shade 45. They spoke on their Detroit Rubber series, their sneaker boutique, musical interest and more. At about the 5:30 mark, Ro even kicks a flow.
While kicking it with Sway in the morning, actor Rick Gonzalez stepped up to the mic and delivered a few bars. He also has pushed his project In Grind We Trust to next Tuesday. Below is his latest leak.
Mike Will made it over to Shade 45 for Sway’s morning show. In addition to name dropping his ideal MCs over his production, he talks working with Future and possibly future work with the Bieber God.
During yesterday’s visit at Shade 45, Pusha T unleashed the wrath of his voice over Mike Jones’ “Still Tippin”. Below is the interview portion for the illuminatis.
Uncle Murda was back at Shade 45 this morning to kick it with Sway. Alongside Mike Tyson, he promoted his new mixtape, The First 48 and gave a live
During his morning chat with Sway,