The HS87 crew recently stopped by Sway’s morning show where Hit-Boy played a few never before heard beats from his personal computer while Audio Push spits some bars off the dome.
The most talked about artist’s in the country right now, Migos, stopped by Shade 45 and the Sway In The Morning show where they discuss how the Drake remix came about, their YRN project, their relation to each other and a whole lot more. Check after the jump for the second part.
Atlanta’s Rich Homie Quan has the whole country feeling “Some Type Of Way” with his newest single off the Still Goin In Reloaded mixtape. Sitting down with the Sway In The Morning crew he speaks on his come up and the comparisons to Future.
Lil Durk stopped by Sway In The Morning and explains his newest single “Dis Ain’t What U Want” and then performs it live for the show. After the jump check out another video of Durk on the show announcing his signing with French Montana’s Coke Boys and talks his upcoming project Signed To The Streets.
B.o.B stops by Sway In The Morning and takes on the “5 Fingers Of Death” freestyle challenge.
The Bay and LA unite on Sway in the Morning, as Problem and IamSu! swing by our Shade 45 studios. Not only do these young independent hustlers talk about how they met, and how the west coast is coming together for a new sound, but they even performed “Understand Me” in-studio, with Sway on background vocals.
Did you know IAMSU wrote and produced UP for Love Rance? Watch below as he explains the inception of the record.
Snoop Lion paid a visit to the Sway In The Morning show and teamed up with co-host Heather B to freestyle over Notorious B.I.G.’s “Dead Wrong.”
Above Styles P visited the Sway In The Morning show and did an in-studio performance of “Manson Murder” and answered a random personal questions. After the jump check out Styles give tips on weight loss, speak on how his album Float came to fruition and also perform “I Need Weed” off the album.
King Los links with the Sway In The Morning crew out in Washington D.C. and spits a freestyle.
Rich Boy stopped by Shade 45′s Sway In The Morning and performed “Break The Pot” which is the title track off his album dropping today. He also performed his classic track “Throw Some D’s” as well.