Young Thug drops his second Jeffery visual of the week. After not showing up to the video shoot for “Wyclef Jean” (which, honestly, helped make the video 10x more entertaining), Thugger decided to shoot a video for “Guwop” while backstage at a recent show with Young Scooter and Migos’ Quavo and Offset. Produced by Wheezy,
This was another classic show for Heavyweights Radio which showcased the new talent coming up from the West Coast. The dope new artist Free Ackrite came through and played material from his hot new album. Also a fresh turntable set by Young California’s own Cypress Moreno. Check the archives for this bangin’ show.
Troy Ave returns with the 4th installment in the White Christmas mixtape series. Check out White Christmas 4 right here. Troy Ave is coming in hot off a crazy week, filled with extortion and sex scandals. To make some sense of it all, the rapper has dropped a Christmas themed mixtape to clear the air,
As 2016 comes to its conclusion, Chance the Rapper is ensuring his wildly-successful year is ending on a high note. Following the surprise release of Chance’s new joint project with fellow Chicago star Jeremih and his Christmas-themed mix for BBC Radio, ABC News keeps the spotlight on the Coloring Book emcee with the debut of
Heavyweights Radio likes to showcase the dope producers making the music for many of your favorite artist. So this week we had the hot producer Lord Quest out of Toronto, Canada. He’s one of the producers on the Grammy Nominated album “Oxymoron” by ScHoolboy Q. Also supplying beats for G-Unit, Talib Kweli and others. It
Great show tonight with new west coast spitter out of Long Beach Tiny C Style. Also a new artist K Digga out of Alabama down with CTE & CMG. Both came through to drop off their new projects and rip some LIVE lyrics for all those tuned in. Big ups to the OG DPGC creator
Heavyweights Radio this week invited Big Tray Dee of The Eastsidaz…the big capo of the west coast Gangsta Rap music. Tray Deee talks about his new album called “The 3rd Coming”. This is his first solo album and features many artists he’s been wanting to work with as well as others you’d expect. He explaines
It was a great day on Heavyweights Radio when NBA (Lakers) legend John Salley stopped through to talk about his new book, growing up with Hip Hop and signing a young J.Dilla and Slum Village to his record label.