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Eminem Talks Revival with DJ Whoo Kid

Friday, November 17th, 2017

Eminem stopped by DJ Whoo Kid’s show on Shade45 (with Lord Sear) with Alchemist, Paul Rosenberg and Mr. Porter in tow to talk about his upcoming new album Revival. At least that was probably the intention, but if you know Em and Whoo Kid, then you know you can’t have a serious conversation with either of these guys for any sustained period of time.

Marshall did take a few minutes to touch on working with Beyonce on “Walk On Water” and to discuss Rick Rubin and Dr. Dre’s contributions to the new project, but he didn’t reveal much else. He did briefly expound on the depth of his hatred for Donald Trump which inspired his vicious BET Awards Cypher verse and mentioned that he was disappointed when he didn’t get a response.

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G-Unit – Catch A Body

Monday, August 14th, 2017

G-Unit recently revealed that they’d be dropping a new mixtape called Power that will presumably coincide with the upcoming end of the current season of 50’s Starz series of the same name. Check out a new joint called “Catch A Body” featuring Young Buck, Tony Yayo and Uncle Murda.

Listen below.

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Cassidy & Swizz Beatz – DJ Whoo Kid Freestyle

Thursday, January 5th, 2017

Yeah, so Cassidy is still a beast. Here is going in for 8 minutes or so on DJ Whoo Kid’s New Year’s Eve show on Shade 45. With Swizz Beatz handling the ad-libs, Cass bodies a bunch of throwback instrumentals.

Previously: Cassidy – Tim Westwood Freestyle (2004)

Waka Flocka & DJ Whoo Kid – Whippin

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016


Waka Flocka and DJ Whoo Kid connect for the NSFW “Whippin” which you can check out below.

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Video: Tony Yayo – Tim Westwood Freestyle

Tuesday, October 18th, 2016

Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid recently stopped by Tim Westwood’s show on Capital Xtra and Tony went in with a quick freestyle. Watch above and continue below to check out their interview.

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G-Unit & DJ Whoo Kid – The Lost Flash Drive (Mixtape)

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016


As promised G-Unit and DJ Whoo Kid drop The Lost Flash Drive mixtape, a 12-track collection of previously unreleased music. The whole gang is here including 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Kidd Kidd.

Stream and download below.

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French Montana Talks Max B, Nas, Jay Z with DJ Whoo Kid

Friday, July 29th, 2016

In this short but informative interview between himself and DJ Whoo Kid, French Montana speaks on a number of topics from Max B to the Budden/Drake beef to Nas carrying around peanut butter sandwhiches. On Max B, French tells Whoo Kid that there are literally hundreds of unreleased Max verses in the vaults and he hinted that Max should have some great news for fans soon. He talks about a new record Fat Joe has that he says will be bigger than “All The Way Up”, putting Nas and Kanye on a track together for the first time and teases that record he has in the stash with Jadakiss, Styles P and Beanie Sigel (see below). He also speaks on the Drake/Budden conflict and shares a conversation he had with Jay Z about how much Jay regrets putting out the infamous “Sunshine”.

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Video: Young Buck – Back To The Old Me

Monday, July 11th, 2016

Before he drops his 10 Bodies mixtape later this week, Buck links with DJ Whoo Kid to “Get Back To The Old Me.”

Previously: Young Buck – Riot

Cam’ron Talks Birth of Dipset, the Jay Z/Def Jam Era

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

Cam’ron recently stopped by DJ Whoo Kid’s The Whoolywood Shuffle on Shade 45 to push his new single “Oh Yeah” and spoke for about a half an hour on a wide range of topics and dropped numerous gems. He touches on his relationships with Big L and Ma$e, hanging out with Jim Jones in 5H, how they came up with the Diplomats name and rapping for Biggie while he was laid up in bed with a broken leg and two women.

Also covered is his early relationship with Dame Dash and how the Roc co-founder helped him get out of his deal with Epic (no mention of anybody pulling out the steel), the Jay Z/Biggie/Charli Baltimore rumors and the time Kanye gave him the “H To The Izzo” beat and then turned around and sold it to Jay.

Aside from the throwback stories, Killa also speaks on new ventures he has in the works such as another pair of custom Reeboks, his own strain of pink and purple weed and a TV show.

Stay tuned for Killa Season 2: The Pink Edition, coming soon. Also, if you’re looking for more stories about Whoo Kid stealing records back in the day, don’t sleep on our Mixtape Memories interview with him.

Previously: Cam’ron ft. Juelz Santana – Oh Yeah

DJ Khaled Recorded a Song with Jay Z & Future

Monday, April 11th, 2016


Today Billboard has a story confirming a newly inked deal between DJ Khaled and his We The Best Music Group and Epic Records. The story reveals that Khaled’s next album will be called Major Key, a clear reference to one of the main themes of his recent rise as a Snapchat icon and social media personality in general. While no official single has been announced, Southside of 808 Mafia told DJ Whoo Kid during a new interview that he did some work on a track for Khaled that features both Future and Khaled’s new manager Jay Z.

Continue below to listen to the full interview with Southside, during which he also speaks no his experience working with Kanye West on The Life of Pablo and his own rap career as Young Sizzle. UPDATED to include DJ Khaled’s April 11th interview with Ebro, Rosenberg and Laura on Hot 97 below. He speaks on the Future and Jay record, the new album, his upcoming Summer Jam appearance, his new record and management deals, Snapchat and much more.

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