DJ Whoo Kid and Travis Barker Get Wicked with Kinect! Let the Drummer Get Wicked Debuts February 21 on Exclusive Video with The Clipse

DJ Whoo Kid and Travis Barker Get Wicked with Kinect! Let the Drummer Get Wicked Debuts February 21 on Exclusive Video with The Clipse Shot with Xbox Kinect Mixtape Warm-Up for Barker’s Self-Produced Give the Drummer Some, March 15

New York, NY — In the past decade, DJ Whoo Kid has created a name for himself as one of the most respected mixtape DJ’s in history. In keeping with his notoriety for unleashing powerful celebrity classics, Whoo Kid has teamed with rock percussion phenom Travis Barker for Let the Drummer Get Wicked, which will debut February 21, 2011 exclusively on

The fully collaborative Let the Drummer Get Wicked mixtape features over 17 tracks, four produced by Travis Barker himself, along with The Haitian Super Heros, Havoc, Pharrell and Dr. Dre, to name a few. Travis Barker and Whoo Kid re-energize new-era classics made famous by the likes of J.Cole, Wiz Khalifa, Pusha T, Lupe Fiasco, Big Sean, Tech N9ne and more with their own flare on the remixes.

Over the Grammy 2011 weekend in L.A., Whoo Kid, KRSP and visionary DanTheMan produced and directed a crazy videogame/tech collaborative video for The Clipse “Come N Get It” produced by Pharrell and Travis Barker, shot using an Xbox Kinect! The video will debut on February along with the Let the Drummer Get Wicked mixtape.

When DJ Whoo Kid launched in March 2009, he envisioned a place where A-List Hollywood celebrities and Hip Hop superstars could comingle their talents with edgy humor and musical tenacity. As Whoo Kid heard more of the Blink 182 rocker’s percussion-heavy remixes over tracks like Snoop Dogg’s “I Wanna Rock” and Drake’s “Forever” remix, the forward-thinking DJ came up with the notion to collab with Barker on Let the Drummer Get Wicked.

Barker and Whoo Kid kicked things off in late 2010 with a taste of Kanye West’s artist Big Sean on “Big Nut Bust,” which debuted on Whoo Kid’s Sirius/XM Shade 45 show. The song spread like wildfire through the most popular urban and pop blogs around, and led to the Tech N9ne banger “Hard Liquor” over a Dr. Dre track. Eventually Travis Barker’s fans pushed him via twitter to call Whoo Kid to leak “Hard Liquor” immediately, which fueled the fire for Tech N9ne’s Bad Season mixtape.

“I wanted to keep the records on Let the Drummer Get Wicked original,” Whoo Kid says of the concept. “I reached out to the artists to get all new joints from them, and worked with Travis from there to do an exclusive mixtape for the artists’ respective fan bases.”

On February 16, Whoo Kid will unveil a behind-the-scenes peek at the work Travis and he did in the studio and at the video location with KRSP, DanTheMan and their unique Xbox Kinect shoot. On February 19, the ‘Travis Barker Mixtape Special’ will air on Sirius/XM Shade 45 from 12:00 pm to 5:00pm EST, and fans will be treated to some brand new tracks from Let the Drummer Get Wicked, and hear Barker’s personal take on the project.

Download: Travis Barker x Tony Yayo “Me Against the World (Rmx)

ABOUT RADIOPLANET.TV was founded by DJ Whoo Kid in March 2009. The multi-tiered entertainment site encompasses the theme ‘Where Hip Hop Meets Hollywood’ with a mash-up of music, film, gaming, television, technology and comedy. DJ Whoo Kid regularly showcases creative video and audio interviews from his weekly Hollywood Saturdays show on Sirius/XM Shade 45, along with exclusive song releases, celebrity mixtapes and exciting Quikvid branded music videos.

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DJ Whoo Kid is a cornerstone in the American Hip Hop industry. He is a highly sought after DJ, producer, radio host, marketing professional and entrepreneur. As the CEO of Shadyville Entertainment, the official DJ for G?Unit Records, founder of and spokesperson for several major brands, Whoo Kid has worked with a plethora of high profile celebrities and business moguls. His keen ear for music and undeniable eye for talent have influenced the entire urban music world.

Whoo Kid has been the program director and host of Hollywood Saturdays for Eminem’s Shade 45 Channel on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio since 2005. This weekly 10-hour show features interviews with a wide array of movie stars and VIP’s. Whoo Kid’s dynamic personality and quick wit keep millions tuned in each week, and interviews from the show are posted on his own, as well as on other popular sites around the world.

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