Slomo interviews a special guest. Paul graduated after 8 years of hard work to being a doctor, and now he is travelling the world. He talks about his previous and current life, and the countries he has visited so far, plus some touring tips.
Madeleine from California joins this episode and speaks about the rap songs she has chosen and why she has chosen them. Madeleine also speaks about her mission in Kurdistan and her previous sports life.
A very special episode. Prince Slomo hosted this show, and brought out very special guests visiting from the city of Detroit. These guests came with a very positive energy, and their goal is to give back to the community. They selected the music in this episode, and they gave their reasoning behind each song they […]
We all know that Jay Da Vinci is into old school. However, in this episode Slomo intentionally gets on Jay’s nerve by calling J Cole a mumble rapper. Regardless, the duo speak on many hot topics surfacing the hip hop news, such as the release of 21 Savage, YNW’s murder case, and much more.
The duo started off the show reflecting on an important lesson learned due to the recent tragic incident that happened with Jay’s crib. However, Slomo and Jay came through with the same energy. As usual they spoke about the recent rap news, most importantly the 21 Savage situation.
Prince Slomo and Jay Da Vinci back at it with another Sunday Shutdown episode. They spoke on the most recent politics going on in the Rap and R&B scene. They also speak on the success of unique artists such as Rihanna, and Khalid and furthermore.
Prince Slomo and Jay Da Vinci back it again with the Sunday Shutdown, but this time with a different flavor. They applied the 10 year challenge on their show and compared the past work of certain artists with their current. Further in the show they discuss the most recent hip hop news as well.
Jay and Slomo present the first sunday shutdown in years. The two talked about recent hot news surfacing the music industry, such as R-Kelly’s legal case, Kanye west’s and Drake’s dispute, Meek Mill’s powerful comeback, and the success of The Carters.