While out in NYC this week for G Eazy’s latest stop on his “When It’s Dark Out” Tour, ASAP Ferg made his way by Sway’s morning show on Wednesday and sat-down for a lengthy conversation.
Earlier this week we had the privilege of chopping it up with Chicago’s own G-Herbo, who gave us an update on his new label situation as well as other upcoming projects he's got coming for us in the future.
Jadakiss took the Metro North down from Yonkers to Manhattan yesterday to appear on Sway in the Morning to promote his upcoming album Top 5 Dead or Alive. Jada rocks the #T5DOA hat and he brought the bronze bust of himself that appears on the cover o
In NYC to promote their new Devil's Night Mixtape, D12 sat down for an illuminating interview with HNHH before heading to Sway in the Morning to accept the vaunted "5 Fingers of Death" freestyle challenge.
Proud moment for HNHH, as site owner/publisher Saro D. and talent relations manager DJ S. Whit were asked to appear on yesterday's episode of Sway in the Morning yesterday to submit an artist to spotlight on Sway's "The A&R Room" segment.
Since an incessant commenter has been demanding we post this Tory Lanez x Sway In The Morning interview, well, here it is. We're admittedly late on this, but we've always been a Tory supporter and he definitely did rip this beat apart.
Funk Volume made an appearance on Shade 45's "Sway in the Morning" yesterday, where they let Sway know they are ready to put down half a million dollars on a rap battle against the top 3 from any label -- Strange Music, TDE, Shady Records, Slaughterhouse,
Sway In The Morning sat down with J. Cole after his "2014 Forest Hills Drive" tour hit San Diego recently. The two chopped it up backstage and discussed touring with Big Sean and YG, as well as Cole's rising Dreamville imprint, and more.
Out promoting his newly-released Inglewood 2 project, Skeme made his way by Sway’s Morning Show earlier this week and not only sat-down for an interview with the radio personality, but also treated listeners to some bars.
Lupe Fiasco did not hold back on the track lengths for his latest studio album, Tetsuo & Youth, breaching the 8 minute mark 3 times over the course of the album, and reaching 6 minutes or so just about everywhere else.