Posts Tagged ‘DJ Whoo Kid’
The always entertaining DJ Whoo Kid had a visitor in studio recently who goes by the name of Pusha T. The two go into depth on a lot of things including the problems with Consequence, battling Drake and a lot more. The two also have a discussion of who’s better between the legends Rakim and Big Daddy Kane in which Pusha says he was persuaded to go with Big Daddy Kane after hearing a session by Cosmic Kev on a trip to New York. Grab “Wrath Of Caine” here and prepare yourself for “My Name Is My Name“Read More
DJ Whoo Kid, who appears to be pretty good buds with Machine Gun Kelly, brings the Cleveland wild boy on his radio show to talk the XXL Freshmen cover, his “Wild Boy” remix, working with his label-mate Cassie, and of course, trying to have sex with Angela Yee. Not a dull moment here.Read More
Obviously the title is a play off his last name, but I like to believe the “[ed]” part is symbolic for an educational lesson. What I mean by that is with David Rush’s new mixtape RUSH[ED], by the end of the tape, you, the listener, should have learned something you didn’t know prior to pressing play. Maybe you’ll learn about him being diagnosed with a potentially fatal kidney disease in 2007 and only given a year to live or maybe you will learn the entire story which is the inspiration behind his music and life. Regardless, by the conclusion, you should hear why DJ Whoo Kid is so high on him.
Hit the jump for the tracklist, link and the trailer to his new web series. (Keep reading…)Read More
I know, I know. I forgot again.
3. Nicki Minaj – Pink Friday – 38,000 - Aight, I’m serious this time. She will have officially clipped the one million sold mark next week. All she has to do is sell 11,000 copies.
5. Bruno Mars – Doo Wops & Hooligans – 33,000 - So he beat his case and his album continues to sell? Clap for this man.
16. Eminem – Recovery – 21,000 – I’m convinced this album will still be in the top 20 come the year 2020. He hasn’t even released a single since “No Love” with Wayne and he probably doesn’t even need to. (Keep reading…)Read More
“F*ck a trial, I’m worried about the judgement day that we facin’/Takin’ secrets to the grave like a free mason…”
I’m not ashamed to admit of being late on the L.E.P. Bogus Boys bandwagon. It didn’t happen until earlier this summer – late May, early June to be exact – but everything I’ve heard since then has been impressive to say the least. They tout throwback styles of rhyming, like something I’d hear from the ’90s. It works well though. Damn well.
On Halloween 2010, the group releases the much anticipatedÂ Don’t Feed The Killaz Vol. 3 hosted by DJ Folk and DJ Whoo Kid. What we have here is the motion picture for what is sure to be one of the tape’s standouts, the La Roux sampled “Going In For The Kill.” Credit to them and Creative Control for actually putting together a dope magnificent music video that isn’t just blowing weed smoke while standing around luxury cars. WithoutÂ ruiningÂ the video for anybody, it’s a dope concept that they shot in an actual bank. Oh yeah, they’re rapping something crazy on this too.Read More
In the vein of his successful artist-based mixtapes, DJ Whoo Kid has teamed with DJ Scream and Shaquille O’Neal for The Hit List V.4. The project is a collection of exclusive songs from some of Hip Hop’s hottest stars as presented by “Superman Shaq.”
With appearances from hitmakers like 50 Cent, Jeezy, Lil Wayne, Maino, Gucci Mane, TI, Redman and Jay-Z mixed with undeniable rising stars like Drake, Nipsey Hussle and J. Money, The Hit List V.4 kicks off the Summer of 2009 with back-to-back bangers.
In order to shed light on the ever-growing fan base for various styles of Hip Hop, “The World’s Mixtape King” DJ Whoo Kid enlisted the talents of “The Undisputed Mixtape Champion” DJ Scream to unite the best of every region in the U.S. Of course Shaq adds his own unique flair to the mix as well!