Super producers Bangladesh and Steve Aoki drop in on Sway In The Morning to talk about new projects and give us insight into working with artists like Busta Rhymes, Beyoncé, Missy Elliott, Gucci Mane, Migos, Lil Uzi Vert and the list goes on.
Toni Braxton dropped by Sway In The Morning to talk about the how she produced and is starring in the new Lifetime movie Faith Under Fire. The movie is about, Antoinette Tuff, a single mom from Georgia who saved hundreds of lives when she convinced a gunman with a mental illness, who stormed a Decatur, GA, elementary school in 2013 to abandon his plan. Braxton also talks about her forthcoming 8th studio album, Sex & Cigarettes. Toni also dodges questions about a possible engagement to Birdman while sporting a huge diamond ring. Read more
Jahlil Beats stopped by Shade 45 to talk about his new project Gratitude. He also premieres a new song with Meek Mill.
The Beautiful & Damned is the new album from Oakland rapper G-Eazy. The album gives us the duality of trying to live a “normal” life versus being a famous rap star. G-Eazy stopped by a special edition of Sway in The morning to break down the album in front of a live audience. Check out this full in-depth video below to see exactly where he was at in building out The Beautiful and Damned. Read more
Lenny Grant formerly known as Uncle Murda stopped by shade 45 to talk about his latest project Don’t Come Outside on Sway In The Morning.
Jizzle dropped by Shade 45 and chops it up with Sway and the crew. Jeezy talks having J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar on his new album Pressure and much more. Read more
When we talk about our top lyricists in the game, Kendrick and J. Cole are always top of mind. But it is about time the masses start mentioning Justin Scott better known as Big K.R.I.T. in that group consistently. From his debut with K.R.I.T Wuz Here, The rapper/producer has given us some of the most complete, soulful, lyrical and excellently produced projects that we have ever heard.
Newly independent after his break from Def Jam and a two-year absence, K.R.I.T is back to making that magic. He recently dropped a double volume 22-track project called 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time. The album features Tip, Lloyd, Bun B, Pimp C, Cee-Lo, Jill Scott, Kenyon Harold, Bilal, Robert Glasper Jr, Kenneth Whalum, Burniss Earl Travis II and Joi. With production from Hey DJ, Mannie Fresh, Organized Noize, Cory Mo, DJ Khalil, Supah Mario, WLPWR and of course K.R.I.T. himself.
The King Remembered In Time stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk about his growth, his struggles and everything in between. He also spits a top five freestyle that should make all wack rappers go into hibernation.
Watch the full interview below and go get that 4eva Is A Mighty Long Time. Read more
Kweli dropped by Shade 45 and talks racism in America, new album and freestyles off the top on Sway In The Morning. Read more
Touré has launched a new podcast that goes in depth with successful black people like Rakim, Morgan Freeman and Rihanna. He stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk about it, and being the opinionated journalist that he is, he weighed in on some of the top topics in the news lately. Read more
Stemming from the Friday freestyle series that Jada and Fab had put over time, the two had developed a chemistry that eventually led to discussions of a joint project. Fast-forward to Thanksgiving week 2017 and we got something epic for the culture. Friday on Elm Street, originally promoted as “Freddy vs. Jason” is 12 tracks of nostalgic hip-hop for those of us who group in the golden era and still appreciate lyrics.
Today the duo dropped by Sway In The Morning to break down some of the lyrics and talk in more detail about the development of the project. Friday on Elm Street available everywhere now! Read more
Stalley stopped by Sway In The Morning to talk New Project, Tell The Truth, Shame The Devil and his new path as an independent artist again.
On the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee’s Image Award-winning biopic of Malcolm X, the incomparable director stopped by to talk about a remake another classic, She’s Gotta Have It.