At the time when female rappers like Lil Kim and Foxy Brown did all they could by showing off their skin in rap videos, spitting some sick bars, but somehow proving the discrimination of male rappers over females, there were some who had the ability to save the hip-hop game for females, fully clothed. We know she is a great rapper and even greater co-host, but what about her married life? In fact, she is married to a fellow rapper, Horse (E. And to all those people who think female rappers who don’t show off their skin much are lesbian, you are wrong. is said to be the first lady of reality TV as she was one of the original cast member of MTV’s first reality show The Real World: New York. She is an American rapper, radio show host, and reality TV personality. We’ve known Heather on a professional level as a rapper for years, so now let’s get to know her a little more on a personal level.Born in Oakland, California, Sway began rapping since he was in his teens.Today, he is one of the sensationally talented rappers who receive a wonderful salary from his profession.To read more about Kanye West’s interview with Power 105.1 and The Breakfast Club, click here.To view the video of West’s recent criticism of Sway and Charlamagne, click here.
An executive producer for MTV News, Sway Calloway is an American rapper and reporter.Sway Calloway was born in Oakland, California, and began rapping and performing in and around San Francisco when he was in his teens.After teaming up with DJ King Tech, he went on to release a few independent albums, and then the duo signed with Giant Records. It proved popular enough for them to be offered their own radio show.Soon, Sway was also hosting his own morning drive time show on the station.The popularity of the show helped Sway and Tech get another record deal, this time with Interscope Records.For the record, I love Kanye West; that's my little brother." During last week's radio interview, Kanye expressed his frustration with the corporate structure of the fashion world, venting about the lack of support and creative freedom from the big fashion houses he's reached out to or collaborated with. But Sway said that despite how things played out between him and Kanye, the MTV News correspondent has no hard feelings.