Lil B lifted his infamous curse on James Harden this weekend, when he visited DJ Whoo Kid’s show. He also speaks on Waka Flocka, OJ Da Juiceman and Gucci Mane being pioneers, TI, and disses Chedda Da Connect. Watch the clip above.
After a two-year hiatus from Long.Live.A$AP., A$AP Rocky released his sophomore Album At.Long.Last.A$AP. last week. In promotion of that project he stopped by Shade 45 to chop it up with DJ Whoo Kid on The Whoolywood Shuffle. His last album was to prove is existence in mainstream, but Rocky explains his approach with A.L.L.A was strictly artistic and an expression of genuine emotion. Rocky commends Drake for being the only other artis that evokes emotion. During the interview he discusses the Rod Stewart collaboration on the “Everyday” record.
“Mark Ronson was the genius behind that record,”
“There were a ton of edits on that song, I can’t even fully remember the feeling I had when the last edit was made.”
In the future A$AP Rocky hopes that the Mob can join forces with TDE, sort of giving Hip-Hop a renewed feel of The Wu-Tang Clan. The collaboration amongst the two teams would surely make for an overdue impact on Hip Hop and Rocky’s exact words are, “Why Not?”
The rapper goes on to discuss what happened when he lost Swizz Beatz’ ring, PacSun removing his merchandise from the shelves, having Mos Def change his name back from Yasiin Bey, and being challenged to a smoke-off by the herbal gawd himself, Wiz Khalifa.
Watch the full interview above!
-Tia Long (@ByTiaLong)
Check out Snoop Dogg during his recent Whoolywood Shuffle interview with DJ Whoo Kid as he expands on his relationship with Suge Knight
Recently Suge Knight has been facing serious criticism after his recent court appearances and open cases have flooded the news but Snoop Dogg empathizes with his comrade that he recently made amends with prior to all the drama. When asked if he feels sorry for Suge by DJ Whoo Kid during a Whoolywood Shuffle, Snoop responds by saying…
I do, and that’s why I feel sorry for him, because I made up with him and me and him we got on a great page before this nonsense started happening cause I played the role of being the big man…I never hated him and he never really hated me. How could you hate me when I made you $100 million and how can I hate you when you helped me build a team to beat my murder case? That’s why I’ve always had an open heart for him.”
Watch the above footage as Snoop speaks on Knight, his newly released Bush album and how Nipsey turned down the role portraying Snoop in the upcoming N.W.A biopic, Straight Outta Compton, because he wanted to avoid being in his shadows.
– Infinite Wiz (@InfiniteWiz)
Floyd Mayweather called into DJ Whoo Kid‘s “The Whoolywood Shuffle” over the weekend to clear up the rumors floating around regarding May 2nd Pacquiao fight
There are rumors floating around that Floyd Mayweather will be fighting Manny Pacquiao on May 2nd, but Floyd isn’t too optimistic on that date. SNL’s Jay Pharoah opened up the call mimicking 50 Cent, taking Mayweather by surprise for a second. He stated that Pacquiao’s promoter is messing all of these negotiations up, due to the fact that Pacquiao’s last bout only reached 300,000 homes. Mayweather states they are in negotiations; however, asked Pacquiao:
What did you agree to? You don’t have no say so!
Mayweather also spoke on breaking O.T. Genasis‘ “CoCo”. Genasis didn’t believe that record would be a hit, but one night at a strip club in Los Angeles early this Fall changed his outlook. They played “CoCo” and the whole establishment went nuts.
The show closed out with Mayweather discussing what other ventures he’s working on. Including a make-up line with Bad Medina, his real estate ventures, and the state of his label with the misfortunate passing of Earl Hayes.
“The Whoolywood Shuffle” interview:
Will the May 2nd fight happen? TheSource.com will keep you updated as the story developes.
-Sha Be Allah(@KingPenStatus)
The trap back thuggin
Yes, the trap jumps even on Sundays. That’s why Grand Hustle CEO, T.I. and Cash Money artist, Young Thug linked up for the get money anthem, “About The Money.” Over the London on the Track-produced record, Thug sets things off with his high pitched, stop and go flow. In his southern drawl, Thug raps:
“I’m going fishing with these little bitty shrimp dips/And, my bank roll kind of big dip/You can bring it on a big ship.”
Tip holds down the infectious hook and the second verse with his usual trap star rhymes. “About The Money” will surely invaded the clubs and box Chevys this summer. T.I. and Young Thug are slated to shoot a video for the song this week.
Listen to the track above and let us know what you think.
Darryl Robertson (darryl_robertson)
The date might be 4/21 but true stoners know that everyday is 4/20. In honor of the hippie holiday, the good people at Sirius XM’s Shade 45 have put together a compilation mixtape of songs dedicated to helping you properly indulge in your greenery.
The tape includes appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Kurupt, Vinny Cha$e, Fred The Godson, SBOE, and more, and it’s hosted by DJ Caesar and Coach PR of the #WeekendWork Morning Show as well as the host of Whoolywood Shuffle, DJ Whoo Kid.
Stream and download Wake & Bake above.
Travie McCoy sat in with the phenom DJ Kalkutta to discuss the different metaphors that a cookie could mean, Moombahton, bogus lawsuits, and unpopular theories on the birth of The Dream aka Terius Nash. It sounds like Travie has some Pharrell records locked in that could possibly end up on his next album. DJ Kalkutta speaks on how the Trap bubble might pop and the origins of her name.
It seems like Kalkutta stole the show with a major kiss and tell story with a younger Bruno Mars and then how she judges Prince’s height based on both of their heels.
Bryan Hahn (@notupstate)
Now we get the full interview between Cedric the Entertainer and DJ Whoo Kid from when the comic introduced a new Lil B track. Things they discussed? The usual: the Illuminati, kale, a prayer for Miley Cyrus from the Book of Ying Yang, Cedric’s show Soul Man, ruining Jay Z’s image after watching a horror movie, and much more. Catch the full conversation above.
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If you’re scratching your head at the title of this post, you’re doing it right. Over the weekend, Cedric stopped by DJ Whoo Kid’s Sirius XM show to talk about a few things.
But most importantly He also had the opportunity to introduce the premiere of a new Lil B track.
Before the record drops for the first time on the radio waves, DJ Whoo Kid and Cedric discuss rapper names like Chinx Drugs. Of course, Cedric brings up how no one connected with the concern of marketing that name. Unfortunately Cedric doesn’t offer a quick prayer for the Based God. Conflict of interests? At least he spit a quick freestyle.
What’s impressive about this track is that Lil B can actually kind of rap. It’s not straight bars or an inside look at street life. But it does capture Lil B’s emotions in a crude manner. Apparently he hates haters so much that he’s imprisoned himself to his mansion with beautiful women. Crude, indeed.
Bryan Hahn (@notupstate)