Check out the video below as Harlem-based rapper G Mims dropped by Shade 45’s Sway in the Morning to drop a crazy freestyle for the latest Friday Fire Cypher!
Airs Friday, 4/25 at 11 am ET on The Heat, Ch. 47 April 15 might be known as Tax Day to some, but it holds another type of significance for New Orleans R&B singer August Alsina. Not only was this … Continued
In this week’s Music Meeting Top 10, Schoolboy Q is still running things at number one with Man of the Year. At number two is DJ Infamous with Young Jeezy, Ludacris, Juicy J. The Game, and Hitmaka with Double Cup, … Continued
We love all of our SiriusXM jocks equally around here, but it’s always exciting to see one called out in an industry top ten list. We’re of course referring to The Groove‘s B.K. Kirkland, who recently earned the number three … Continued
In this week’s Music Meeting Top 10, Schoolboy Q is still running things at number one with Man of the Year. Drake’s Trophies hangs tight at number two, and DJ Infamous/Young Jeezy/Ludacris/Juicy J/The Game/Hitmaka follow suit, staying at number three … Continued
Widely known, revered, and feared, hip-hop staple 50 Cent is perhaps best known for his debut and sophomore albums, Get Rich or Die Tryin’ and The Massacre, both of which are rap enthusiast essentials that propelled Fiddy to the top … Continued
Watch below as rappers Blind Fury and J Pressure stopped into to Shade 45’s Sway in the Morning to discuss the release of their debut albums and to participate in a Friday Fire cypher.
This Music Meeting is called to order! Schoolboy Q is the Man of the Year, or at least the number one spot holder supreme yet again in this week’s Top 10 Countdown. Drake’s Trophies makes an impressive leap to number … Continued
Airing Tuesday 4/1 at 6 pm ET on Backspin, Ch. 46 Replaying Thursday 4/3 at 8 pm ET, Saturday 4/5 at 4 pm ET, and Sunday 4/6 at 1 pm ET Classic hip-hop duo Mobb Deep have been performing together … Continued
Baltimore-based rapper King Los slays the ‘5 Fingers of Death’ on Shade 45’s Sway In the Morning. After it was over, Sway couldn’t help but give King Los high praise, as he compared his flow to that of Biggie, Tupac, … Continued