Machine Gun Kelly: “There’s No Way I’m Not In The Top 5 Rappers Today”

MGK with DNA

During a promo run for his new mixtape Black Flag, Machine Gun Kelly opens up to DJ Green Lantern and Boss Lady on Invasion Radio about maturing as an artist, his pride in the new music he’s creating, allegedly being banned from stages like the Coachella festival and not being given the respect he feels he deserves as an emcee (“I feel like I’m denied access to even being in the ‘class’ of hip-hop”).

Iggy Azalea On Invasion Radio (Hip Hop Nation) [Parts 1,2,3]

Iggy Azalea joined myself and DJ Kno It All (filling in for DJ Green Lantern, who called in during the show) down in Atlanta for this week’s Invasion Radio on Hip Hop Nation.

In Part One, Iggy talks about her current tour with Rita Ora, the size of her “booty,” how her most recent release TRAPGOLD was a return to “happy Iggy” and more:

In Part Two, Iggy and Green Lantern participate in a heated debate over chicken, Iggy describes her first time eating macaroni and cheese plus her love for Nas‘s Life Is Good album:

In Part Three, Iggy and Boss Lady talk about what Iggy’s learned in her first year of fame, her mother’s advice on business, if her race is still a popular a topic and more:

PRODIGY Reveals His Family’s Historic Musical & Social Legacy

Prodigy spoke to me at length on Invasion Radio about his family’s strong legacy in social and entertainment circles: his great-great-grandfather founding Morehouse College, his great-grandfather being a Republican senator who opened up the first post office for African-Americans in Atlanta, his grandfather being a jazz musician in the Hall of Fame, his mother being part of 1960s group The Crystals, his father being part of another group and his grandmother owning and operating a successful dance school in New York and more.