Thirteen days is all we have left to free an innocent man. Rodney Reed has been sitting in a Texas penitentiary for over 20 years for a crime that evidence proves he didn’t commit. In 1998 Reed was convicted of the rape and murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites. And less than two weeks away from one of the biggest mistakes the state of Texas could ever make, celebrities like Rihanna, Meek Mill and T.I. have been speaking out in favor of Rodney. But Dr. Phil has taken it a step further creating a special around Rodney to inform everyone of the unjust going on. And in hopes to change the ruling. Dr. Phil stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk about the latest. Read more
DJ Premier dropped by shade 45’s Sway in the Morning and opens up about working with Guru, fighting Guru’s manager for vocals in court and his new album ONE OF THE BEST YET.
Freddie Fox even called in and chimed in. Read more
Jacquees received a lot of attention when he crowned himself the “King of R&B,” now he’s confidently named his debut album King of R&B and came by Sway in the Morning to talk about it.
While in-studio, Jacquees opened up about his relationship with Dreezy and broke down his relationship with Future after turning down a record from him. Read more
Adam22 says he’s not scared of any rapper in this wild interview with Whoo Kid. He also speaks his mind on his Adult Film Star Girlfriend, MGK, Lil Pump, Comethazine, Smoke Purpp, FAMOUS DEX and much much more.
Grafh dropped by shade 45 and takes on the 5 Fingers of Death freestyle and talks new music on Sway In The Morning! Read more
Tyrese stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk about his new movie Black and Blue.
Kevin Gates sat down with DJ Whoo Kid and speaks on how Notorious B.I.G. is his favorite artist of all time, Nipsey Hussle’s death, wanting Rihanna on his next project and much more. Read more
The hilarious and witty, Aida Rodriguez joins the crew on Sway in the Morning and speaks on her journey in life, comedy and keeping a pact with Tiffany Haddish. While in-studio, Rodriguez proudly talks about her Afro-Latina roots and celebrates the current sisterhood of comedians.
Watch below for her comedy dates and catch her stand-up on Tiffany Haddish Presents: They Ready on Netflix. Read more
Swizz Beatz, hip hop recording artist, DJ, record producer, art collector, and entrepreneur came by Sway in the Morning with Chris Brancato, an American television and film writer and producer, to talk about their new series on Epix, The Godfather of Harlem.
The series takes place in the early 1960s, infamous crime boss Bumpy Johnson returns from 10 years in prison to find the neighborhood he once ruled in shambles; with the streets controlled by the Italian mob, Bumpy must take on the Genovese crime family to regain control.
During Sway’s sit-down, these two speak on the intersection of the civil rights movement with criminal organizations, working with DMX and Forest Whitaker on this project and some of the greatest producers. Read more
Jerry Springer is back! Judge Jerry is the name of his newest show — an arbitration-based reality court show presided over by Jerry Springer, on NBC Universal.
While in-studio at shade 45, Jerry takes a look back at his career as a former lawyer, politician, news presenter, actor, producer, and musician — and shares with us that he never had to apply for any job (other than running as a mayor).
Watch as he gives legal advice to the citizens on Sway In The Morning and check your local listings to catch Judge Jerry on your TVs. Read more
Tito Jackson stopped by Sway In The Morning to address Michael Jackson’s accusers. He also gave some classic stories of growing up in the Jackson household and talks new music.
Representing Detroit, Kash Doll came by Sway in the Morning to talk about her new music, squashing beef with Lil Kim, working with Iggy Azalea and her thoughts on female rappers adapting the name “Doll” in their name. Read more