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Exclusive interview with Shade 45 Sirius XM radio host DJ Whoo Kid

A world-renowned American DJ and music producer, DJ Whoo Kid hosts The Whoolywood Shuffle on Saturdays on Shade 45 on Sirius XM, reaching millions of listeners worldwide. As an international figure, celebrated in the music industry, Whoo Kid has hosted over 200 mixtapes for top artists including Snoop Dog, 50 Cent and Lil Wayne and continues to create mixtapes for up-and-coming artists, as well as established artists both domestically and internationally. As the CEO of Shadyville DJs, and the official DJ for G-Unit the past 10 years, Whoo Kid has had the unique opportunity to travel and spin in every major metropolitan city worldwide. Currently, Whoo Kid can be seen DJing all over the world in destinations ranging from Croatia to Dubai to LA and New York, to fans of every genre, taste and style.

DJ Whoo Kid’s show, The Whoolywood Shuffle, airs to over 5 million listeners weekly on Sirius XM’s Shade45 Saturdays from 12:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. EST
DJ Whoo Kid’s show, The Whoolywood Shuffle, airs to over 5 million listeners weekly on Sirius XM’s Shade45 Saturdays from 12:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. ESTCollective Communications

DJ Whoo Kid’s show, The Whoolywood Shuffle, airs to over 5 million listeners weekly on Sirius XM’s Shade45 Saturdays from 12:00 p.m.- 6:00 p.m. EST, with a re-run on Sundays from 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. EST and features interviews with celebrities and artists from every genre and industry. Tune into the Whoolywood Shuffle for tour updates, prizes, and weekly Xbox console giveaways. For a list of upcoming events, bookings, and Whoo Kid news, visit the official website, follow Whoo Kid on Twitter and Subscribe to his YouTube Page and stay up-to-date with DJ Whoo Kid’s latest track releases and collaborations.Read the full interview below and learn more about this infamous DJ:

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): How are you?

DJ Whoo Kid: “ Feeling Great just enjoyed a threesome..."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): Congratulations on your tour, what can fans expect now that it is coming to an end?

DJ Whoo Kid: “The Promoters don't want it to end (laughs) so I will continue it until the end of September than maybe team up with Waka Flocka on a few festivals."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): What is one of your best things about touring?

DJ Whoo Kid: “ Women , controlling huge amounts of humans mentally with your music , meeting new people , and visiting and djing in exotic locations all over the world. Travel is hands down the best part, getting to see parts of the world that you never knew existed."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): How has it been to spend so much time with Waka Flaka and how does he feel about his role on the VH1 show, “Love & Hip Hop?”

DJ Whoo Kid: “He's cool with his VH1 role from what he's told me -- his main love is for touring and killing shows- playing live is where he excels as an artist. We click well because I was cool with his mom before him."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): You’ve interviewed many rappers and celebrities, but what one interviews stands out to you and why?

DJ Whoo Kid: “ Hugh Jackman was cool -- I got him to rap -- didn't think he would be into RUN DMC but he is a HUGE fan!

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): Just as the rap game is competitive amongst rappers, is it the same for DJ’s?

DJ Whoo Kid: “ Not really -- most djs create their own circles and energy and are 99 percent of the time unaware of what the others djs are doing. I think if your a real DJ you tend to focus on bettering yourself constantly whether its your live set or production value and various projects. That’s how I am at least…I just focus on bettering myself and being the best DJ I can be. I think DJs are far less concerned about what other DJs are doing than rappers are about what other rappers are doing if that makes sense."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): Growing up, what is one DJ or radio host that you admired and looked up to?

DJ Whoo Kid: “Red Alert and Funk master Flex made me want to get into radio. The songs they debuted changed the course of hip hop , fashion and life itself."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): Who is someone that you haven’t had the opportunity to have on your show that you would like to interview?

DJ Whoo Kid: “Robin Williams - but he just died and I am so sad about that. He was majorly on my bucket list . I need to interview Will Smith."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): In your opinion, what is the song of the summer this year?

DJ Whoo Kid: “Wiz Khalifa - We Dem Boyz."

Examiner.com (Anthony Bowles): Lastly, what else can your fans expect from you after the tour wraps?

DJ Whoo Kid: “More Music, More Interviews on my radio show on Sirius XM’s Shade 45, More Videos !!! follow my instagram for updates @justwhookid or visit justwhookid.com."