ATL alternative Raury drops this hammer on Sway’s show, declaring himself a unique breed of artist with an
Outkast outcast’s view. The Dre Benjamin influence only peeks through and what a welcome sight it is as the eclectic Atlanta scene grows further. Better than that: it’s improvised. Check the cameo after the jump.
Watch this clip and tell me Common isn’t still — after 20 years — one of the best rap artists who can freestyle spontaneous verses at the drop of a beat. The lengthy interview is respect due to the Chi-town legend, who’s making the press rounds for his 10th album Nobody’s Smiling, and the freestyle is at the very end. Check the video after the jump.
OG Trilla Bun B stops by Sway’s show to drop gems all over the place.
Durk visits Sway In The Morning to officially announce his signing to French’s Coke Boys team. Durk also speaks on his single “Dis Ain’t What U Want,” his come up and more.
With his Becoming King tape dropping tomorrow, Los keeps the promo going by kicking two freestyles for The Sway In The Morning Show.
Tyga stops by Shade 45′s Sway In The Morning program and drops some freestyle bars.
Freeway stopped by Sway In The Morning to premier “Early” the Just Blaze produced track off his upcoming album Diamond In The Ruff. Free also performed his classic “What We Do” and “Numbers” featuring his fellow State Property member Neef Buck, which you can watch after the jump. Read More
This week, Asher was a guest on the Sway In The Morning show on Shade 45. In addition to performing some music, he spoke to Sway about his upcoming album, why it was delayed, and his maturation as an artist.
With the legendary Ski Beatz on the beatz.
Producer turned rapper Hit-Boy stopped by Sway In The Morning on Shade 45 to drop a couple of freestyles. Props to whoever decided to have him rap on Kanye’s “Through The Wire.”