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Chris Brown f/ T.I., DJ Whoo Kid, & DJ MLK – Sensei (Remix)

Hustle Gang’s DJ MLK is releasing his mixtape Dickriding is Not a Form of Transportation Vol. 2 this Friday. To build hype around that project him, DJ Whoo Kid, and T.I. just dropped their remix to Chris Brown’s recent hit single Sensei.

Waka Flocka f/ DJ Whoo Kid, Wildfellaz & Arman Ceckin – Can’t Slave Me

DJ Whoo Kid Releases Rare Charlie Murphy Freestyle (Video)

DJ Whoo Kid Releases Rare Charlie Murphy Freestyle (Video)

With his kids permission, DJ Whoo Kid release never before seen footage of Charlie Murphy kicking some raps (check at 10:30).

DJ Whoo Kid f/ Akon & O.T. Genasis – Ride Daddy (Video)

DJ Whoo Kid f/ Akon & O.T. Genasis – Ride Daddy (Video)

Waka Flocka x DJ Whoo Kid – Whippin

Newly freed Waka Flocka connects with DJ Whoo Kid on a new cut, this one titled Whippin.

Tru Life x T.I. x DJ Whoo Kid – Everybody Know It

Akon and DJ Whoo Kid are releasing a compilation project dropping this Friday on DatPiff titled Konvict Kartel Vol. 1. Here’s one of the singles featured on it by Tru Life featuring T.I.   DJ Whoo Kid titled Everybody Know It.

Tony Yayo & DJ Whoo Kid on Tim Westwood TV (Video)

Tony Yayo & DJ Whoo Kid on Tim Westwood TV (Video)

Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid were recent guests on Tim Weswtood’s radio show in London. They talk 50 Cent, The Game, Jimmy Henchmen and more. Below check out Yayo as he kicks a freestyle.

PHresher f/ Waka Flocka, 50 Cent & DJ Whoo Kid – Wait A Minute (Remix)

DJ Whoo Kid, Waka Flocka and 50 Cent have hopped on PHresher’s NYC hit Wait A Minute.

50 Cent Hints At New Mixtape w/ DJ Whoo Kid (Video)

50 Cent Hints At New Mixtape w/ DJ Whoo Kid (Video)

While at an EFFEN Pool Party in Dallas over the weekend, DJ Whoo Kid and 50 Cent hinted that they might be releasing a new mixtape soon.

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

Without further ado here’s The Lost Flash Drive mixtape from G-Unit and DJ Whoo Kid. Twelve songs in length, these are all never before heard cuts from 2014 that Tony Yayo and Whoo Kid found on a hard drive at the G-Unit offices, with the exception of Tracks 7 and 12. Peep it below.

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