Action Bronson joins the Sway In The Morning studios to talk Twitter beefs, thoughts on thick women and sampling classics on “Mr. Wonderful.”
During his visit on Sway In The Morning, Joey Bada$$ performed his song “Born Day” for the first time.
Fashion has always been a major aspect of the hip hop community and the new CNN Documentary from Sacha Jenkins titled “Fresh Dressed” takes a look at the evolution of hip hop over the years. Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, “Fresh Dressed” is more than just a look at fashion, it’s a deep dive into race and economics that is here to educate those who may have forgotten just how urban fashion trends have changed over the years. Check out the trailer.
EMINEM, ROYCE DA 5’9″, DEJ LOAF, TRICK TRICK, BIG SEAN & DANNY BROWN – DETROIT VS. EVERYBODY (PROD. BY STATIK SELEKTAH)
The Statik Selektah mega posse cut from the ShadyXV album gets the video treatment.
The epic collaboration between the ultimate slang rappers gets a wacky video treatment for the song “Ray Gun.” Don’t ask what it’s about. Just watch it. Now, can DOOMStarks come any sooner?
Action Bronson gets animated as Uncle Taco in as he makes a power move against the Lucas Bros. on Animation Domination. Here’s a clip of what to expect.
Dropping his debut album B4.DA.$$ on his 20th birthday, the young Brooklyn legend Joey Bada$$ joins the Sway In The Morning studios to share knowledge on the situation with Malia Obama and how he responds to the media.
Action Bronson sat down with DJ Envy, Charlamagne The God and Angela Yee to talk about a plethora of topics which include his being a chef, how he ended up with a beat meant for Drake on his album, Azalea Banks coming for his neck and his upcoming album.
A fan made video interpretation of the late J Dilla’s album “Donuts” has surfaced and is simply remarkable to watch. To splice together 44 minutes of visuals that include rare clips of performances by Dionne Warwick, Ronald Isley, Eddie Kendricks and more that were sampled for the album is all kinds of awesome and our hats should be tipped to the crew that put this together. Check it out!
SMH Records Presents The Battle Of Two Kings. KXNG CROOKED of Slaughterhouse and DJ King Tech of Sway and Tech (Shade 45) square off in what is perhaps the worst recorded graffiti battle in history. This hilarious duel was produced by Jonathan Hay, Sabrina Hale and Mike Smith during the making of KXNG CROOKED’s “Sex, Money and Hip-Hop” album at the SMH House in Charlotte, North Carolina.