While at WGCI this morning, 50 took some time to talk about Dr. Dre’s Detox album and if he believes it’ll ever be released.
Streaming live video by Livestream Live @ 9:15am. Drew’s live in the studio with Tony Sco, DJ LR and Sherm.
After tearing down Reggie’s last week, Schoolboy Q hit WGCI to talk about a few things including the Under The Influence Tour with Wiz Khalifa, 50 Cent’s impact on his career and what people can expect from him in the future.
After tearing down the stage at the House of Blues last night, A$AP hit WGCI to talk about the importance of L.E.P. performing last night, hip-hop police, Chief Keef, misconceptions of himself and hypocrites in hip-hop.
A$AP even spit a few bars over Future’s “Same Damn Time”. Check it out after the jump.
This morning, 1st Ward Alderman, Proco Joe Moreno, called into WGCI’s The Morning Riot to speak with Tony Sco, Leon Rogers and I about his ongoing feud with the Congress Theater, and his profiling of rapper, Chief Keef.
We hear Proco’s side of the story as he explains why he thinks Keef is a threat and his beef the the Congress. The Alderman claims he’s a hip-hop fan, and he isn’t singling out rap shows — he has all shows in his crosshairs.
The Legendary Traxster is back in Chicago for a few days, and during his stay he dropped by WGCI to chat it up with Jamal Smallz. The two talk about his upcoming projects with Twista, Mikkey Halsted, Tia London and more. A lot of big things on deck for one of the greatest production talents of all time.
In case you missed his new song with Mikkey and Tia, you should peep it here.
Streaming live video by Livestream Live @ 9:15am. Drew’s live in the studio with Tony Sco and Sherm. Today we have special guests Chief Keef and Young Chop.
Streaming live video by Livestream Live @ 9:15am. Drew’s live in the studio with Tony Sco, Sherm and DJ L.R.. Hip-hop talk and more.
Chicago production duo Da Internz, called into 107.5 WGCI’s Tony Sco & The Morning Riot to talk about their production work on Rihanna & Chris Brown’s controversial new record, “Birthday Cake” (get that here) and some other work they have coming up. This was a big record for the guys.
Fresh off his win at the Grammy’s for “All of the Lights,” Really D. Williams stopped by the Morning Riot’s After Party to talk with Tony Sco & DJ LR about the win and a handful of other topics. Really Doe talks in-depth about working with Kanye, and tells a hilarious story about how Kanye almost retired before dropping The College Dropout to go and do real estate. Good call, Ye.