Vince Staples stopped by Sway In The Morning for an interview and kicked a freestyle off the top of the dome towards the end and he does his thing. See the rhyming after the jump and also get a look at the interview portion where Vince speaks on the highly anticipated Hell Can Wait EP, the included features, performing with Common and more.
After sitting down for an interview with Sway (See below) for his morning radio show, ATL rising artist Raury spits a quick freestyle over the classic “Elevators” instrumental from Outkast. Raury shows that he can not only sing his tracks but also can rap. Which just makes him even more appealing as an artist. If you haven’t given his debut project Indigo Child a listen yet we suggest doing so right away.
Watch the freestyle below.
Stalley paid a visit to Sway In The Morning to talk about his upcoming OHIO album, lyricism, his musical influences and more. To top it off he kicks a freestyle.
Watch the interview and freestyle down below.
One of the hottest rising artists right now is iLoveMakonnen and Sway invited him to his Shade 45 morning show for an interview to get to know him a little better. The ATL artist speaks on his name, being on house arrest, his breakout single “Club Goin Up On A Tuesday”, meeting Drake, newest track “Doubted” and plenty more.
Watch the full interview below.
Ca$h Out is making his promotional run for upcoming album Let’s Get It (Aug. 26th) and stops by Shade 45 to chop it up with Sway. The conversation ranges from Ca$h Out weighing in on fake booty, his credit score, “She Twerkin” single and plenty more.
Watch the full interview below and be sure to grab the album when it drop.
Memphis rapper, Young Dolph stopped by Sway in the Morning to discuss his new mixtape, High Class Street Music 4. Dolph first spoke about his love of Sway’s hometown of Oakland and the love he gets from Memphis. Additionally, he talked about why he didn’t want to be put on by fellow Memphis rapper, Yo Gotti. He also explained his relationship with 2 Chainz and shared stories of being on tour. Dolph continued to talk with Sway about his and his father’s love of the hood. He even explained why he thinks Atlanta rappers get more attention in the media. Look out for Dolph’s new album, The Weed Album due out September 2nd.
See the full interview and quick freestyle session after the jump. Also be sure to check out our review of Dolph’s latest project courtesy of Luke McCormick while you’re at it.
Recently Scotty ATL and DJ Burn One took a trip out to NYC and stopped by Sway In The Morning. Scotty talks his new single, the meaning behind upcoming project Spaghetti Junction, working relationship with Burn One and more. Scotty also decides to spit a quick freestyle at the end too so make sure to catch that. Don’t forget Burn One’s instrumental project The Highlands drops August 12th.
See the full interview below.
Lecrae is next up to take on DJ Wonder’s 5 Fingers Of Death segment on Sway In The Morning and wrecked it. Take a look at the freestyle session along with an interview with Sway about his upcoming album Anomaly (Sept. 9th) after the jump.
Common paid a visit to Sway In The Morning to speak on his new album Nobody’s Smiling dropping tomorrow, working with No I.D., his relationship with Drake and more. To top it off, Common of course had to participate in the 5 Fingers Of Death freestyle challenge.
Watch it all below.
Hit-Boy and the HS87 crew stopped by Shade 45 today to talk with the Sway In The Morning crew. During the interview Hit-Boy starts to play some unreleased beats and Audio Push, B-Mac the Queen, Kent Money, N.No, B. Car and Big Hit get busy to spitting over them. The HS87 compilation album We The Plug is available now to stream and purchase.
See the video below.