If Def Jam taught us anything, it's to respect the DJ. The DJ is responsible for the perpetuation of the art form that is hip-hop. Without DJs, there'd be no medium for the streets and masses to access the music they crave.
Today we get a random yet interesting collaboration between rising producers/trio Watch The Duck, G-Unit's Tony Yayo and G-Unit's go-to DJ, DJ Whoo Kid. We've slowly become more acquainted with these Watch The Duck characters, as they popped up on T.I.'s new album Paperwork as well as Tip's "Girlfriend" remix.
Big Sean called into Whoo Kid's "The Whoolywood Shuffle" to wish the host a happy birthday. Never one to pass up an opportunity to get the latest exclusives, Whoo proceeded to interview Sean about his upcoming project.
"Broke Nigga Itis" is the latest offering from Athens Park, South Central L.A. emcee DUBB, to be included on DJ Whoo Kid's upcoming Elevation Volume 2 mixtape, which is slated to drop on Sunday, April 20th (for more information, click here).
Red Cafe will be delivering the second installment in his American Psycho series, with American Psycho II dropping on February 17th. The first American Psycho dropped over a year ago, in December 2012, so it's about time we hear a new project.