Nashville has alway been the home of Country Music, but Hip Hop has been making a name for itself in home of the Grand Ole Opry, Young Buck put on for the city that he called Ca$hville, and the homie Slimm Body continues to carry on tradition. He’s worked with the likes of Ducko McFli, Casey Veggies, Mac Miller and Young Buck, just to name a few. For the fifth installment of our “The Whole 9″ interview series, I chopped it up with Slimm about the origins of his name, him as a hustler, his home state of Tennessee, his music, his favorite rapper and favortie song of all-time. Peep the interview after the jump.
Diggy continues to scrape the dirt off his Hip Hop career, dropping a video for his track Honestly.
New music from Shaun Sluggs, Styles P and Tommy Nova, featuring production from Dame Grease and an intro from DJ Doo Wop.
Ghostface Killah’s upcoming album 36 Seasons is shaping up to sound like one of his best album, based off the tracks I’ve heard from it. This track Homicide, featuring Nems and Shawn Wigs is the latest off of it.
Phene was a guest on Sway In The Morning, where he talks about his company High Off Life, gives the people (who haven’t heard it) a listen to some of the tracks off #Revelation717, and speaks on not following trends. Callers rated the two songs Revelation 717 and Stage Fright a perfect 10 OUT OF 10, as Sway and Heather B decide to put the new records in rotation! Pay attention until the end, as the program director for SHADE45 walks in the room and speaks on what he just heard.