The MTV crew will be revealing number 4 and 3 on the Hottest MCs list on the RapFix live stream. Also, Lil Kim and Talib Kweli will be stopping by to talk to Sway, who’s co-hosting with the TV Kanye gave him, Sharpeezy. Watch the live stream above.
West meets West in the East when YG and DJ Mustard swing by fellow West Coaster Sway’s studio in the Big Apple. Did you guys follow that? Anyways, YG spits a free for Sway’s morning show and talks about a variety of topics, like L.A. lingo and his upcoming collab mixtape with Nipsey Hussle. Watch the freestyle above and more interview clips after the jump.
After a brief hiatus, Sway and King Tech are bringing back “The Wake Up Show” to a satellite radio near you. The legendary hip-hop show, that started on the West, has had many high-profile artists spit on the mic including Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Kanye West, Tupac and more.
The “Wake Up Show” (@wakeupshow) will premiere on Monday, January 21, 2013 at 8:00 pm EST on Shade 45. SiriusXM listeners will hear the dynamic duo of Sway & King Tech as well as heavyweight DJ Revolution mixing on the 1’s and 2’s.
5 pm Pacific time, if you West Coasters don’t want to do the math.
Currently in progress.
Common can freestyle all day. Watch Sway try to trip Common up while he spits exclusively for Sway In The Morning.
Who are the Flatbush Zombies? 3 men from Flatbush, Brooklyn who do music and do drugs. They stopped by #SwayInTheMorning with some treats: 3 performances of Young Black and Arrogant, Breakfast At ePiffanies, andThug Waffle — as well as, an explanation of the group’s genesis and their drug of choice.
Watch the performances after the jump.
The Black Hippy, Ab-Soul, paid #SwayInTheMorning a visit yesterday and blessed the Citizens with a few live performances off his Control System album. Before that though, he speaks on holding the responsibility of being a great artist, the way corn-rows can prohibit a rapper’s success, and how he separates himself from TDE.
Watch below as he performs “Terrorist Threats,” “Pineal Gland,” and “Black Lip Bastard.”