DJ Whoo Kid Set to Release Four New Mixtapes!
DJ Whoo Kid is set to drop four new mixtapes for the streets and is officially taking over Monday nights at Hot 97 in New York.
Live on the air on G-Unit Radio (Sirius) this past weekend from a club tour in China with Jackie Chan’s son, Whoo Kid announced his next 4 mixtape releases, all of which drop this week. The tapes, which were recorded during G-Unit’s recent tour of Australia with BME, feature everyone from G-Unit’s newest addition Freeway to new Aftermath signee, G.A.G.E. even while the streets are still buzzing on the last Mobb Deep and Mase tapes.
• Mobb Deep – “Best in the Bizness Pt. 2” (G-Unit Radio Pt. 20)
• Freeway – “Rep Yo Click” (G-Unit Radio Pt.19)
• Spider Loc – “Rags to Riches” (G-Unit Radio 18) – all new tracks
• G.A.G.E. Vol.1 – Dr. Dre’s new artist from Philadelphia
If the listing seems a little Philly-heavy this time out, it is because Whoo Kid knows that city has always harbored some fire and that the streets are hungry for some heat from the East. Speaking on Dr. Dre’s latest acquisition to Aftermath Records Whoo Kid offers, “Without a doubt, this Philly native will be the next cat to cause problems in this rap game. The Dre joint on this CD is crazy and my favorite song (Young Boy) is a definite high school homey anthem. I think Philly artists are coming back this year with a vengeance, so don't sleep people!”
Both Mobb Deep and Freeway are set to go out on separate tours and Whoo Kid himself is readying to return to Bahrain in May – with his passport – to finish the 50 Cent and Michael Jackson song for a mixtape to come.
Finally, due to DJ Clue’s recent resignation from his Monday night slot (12AM til 2AM) on Hot 97, Whoo Kid is back LIVE with Pow! Radio. Look out for more of the hilarious antics and artist exclusives you have come expect from the Kid.
Written by DJ Z on 04/10/06
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