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DJ Whoo Kid might need to start carrying a fire extinguisher in the booth with him during his sets if things carry on like this. The veteran New York DJ was playing a party in Las Vegas when one of his speakers burst into flames last weekend.

Eminem visited the SiriusXM studios for an exclusive sit-down with DJ Whoo Kid and Lord Sear, discussing his Beyoncé collaboration, new music and more.

Waka Flocka Flame just might have made history during his recent trip to Seattle. The 29-year old rapper managed to overdose on weed.

Migos’ studio debut, Yung Rich Nation may be something like a flop but the ATL trio currently functioning as a duo know you need more than one bullet to pull off a Soundscan 187.

T.I. has a great relationship with both Lil Wayne and Young Thug, and a proven history of mediating rap beefs. That said, it was only natural for DJ Whoo Kid to ask his stance on their beef during a recent interview.

Kendrick Lamar’s NYC blitzkrieg of radio press reached his zenith when he crash landed on The Whoolywood Shuffle with the always entertaining DJ Whoo Kid.

The G-Unit comeback has been in full swing but to longtime fans, Kidd Kidd isn’t exactly the for missing link the infamous rap posse. Of course, we’re talking about The Game, whose short-lived stint with the clique harkened comparisons to N.W.A. Yet his well publicized beef with 50 Cent became larger than life and a […]

Waka Flocka Flame teamed up with DJ Whoo Kid to drop his I Can’t Rap, Vol. 1 mixtape last month and return today with a visual for “Trap Hop.”

Scarface called into DJ Whoo Kid’s radio show to speak on some of his recent endeavors, among which is his upcoming Deeply Rooted album. But nothing could have prepared listeners for the grand announcement of a possible collaborative body of work with Nas.

Following the very popular Lil Boosie episode, The Combat Jack Show crew sat with the hilarious DJ Whoo Kid, who was as candid as they come during a nearly two-hour conversation.

Following the release of The Infamous Mobb Deep album, fans receive an unreleased Mobb Deep record titled “The Outcome.” DJ Whoo Kid and DJ S.Whit premiered the song, which appears on their upcoming The Elevation 2 mixtape.

Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz” is finally getting the deserved traction, and that’s apparent by the amount of rappers rhyming on the beat. The latest remix of the Young Chop-produced cut comes courtesy of T.I.