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LL Cool J Premieres "Way Down" by Swave feat Steven Young On Rock The Bells Radio

LL Cool J Premieres "Way Down" by Swave & Steven Young On Rock The Bells Radio


The legendary LL Cool J has a station that plays nothing but 90's hits. If your not listening to this station then you're losing out on some great music. Young people can get an education about hip hop history, and if your an old head it will bring back some amazing memories. LL Cool J also premiered Swave feat Steven Young latest single "Way Down". The song has that feel good 90's sound that LL loves to hear. Make sure you hit Rock The Bells Radio and tell them you want to hear Way Down.

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The Queens born rap icon did an interview with Complex from under quarantine at his home where he spoke about his journey though the music industry. During the interview, host Speedy Morman touched on how his career helped paved the way for other rappers to do love songs with the release of “I Need Love” in 1987.

Although the track is considered a classic nowadays, LL said he got a lot of backlash back then for going against traditional hip-hop norms, even though the song was a huge hit at the time. He recalled an instance where he got booed at a concert in London when he performed the hit.



“They didn’t even understand this idea at the time that hip-hop could go there. But, you know, that’s part of being a pioneer,” LL remarked.

He agreed that it did feel like he had to “carry the cross so that the guys of today can do the same” but he doesn’t regret it.

“I’m glad that it created a genre. I’m glad that now, years later, a Fabolous can go out and do his thing and still be very well respected as a lyricist,” he told Complex. “A Jadakiss can do his love song and still be well respected as a lyricist.”

Morman interjected to add Ja Rule’s name to the list and LL named 50 Cent as well.

“I put that love and that female, that vibe in there that gives dudes a lane,” he continued. “People compare me to Drake all the time, but we’re very different artists because I have a lot of hard records. I’m very diverse, but in that aspect of my career, it paved the way for guys like that, who I’m happy for.” (BET)



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