"RapFix Live" is about to put you on to game.
Oakland, California, rap veteran Too $hort will appear on Wednesday's show and chop it up with host Sway about his come-up in the 1980s, his upcoming No Trespassing album (his 19th solo LP!) and everything in between.
Cash Money's Bow Wow will also stop by to talk about his own career evolution. The now 24-year old rapper got his start in 2000 at the age of 13. Since then, the Ohio rap representative has grown from kiddie rapper to full-grown MC and amassed a gang of hits along the way. His upcoming album Underrated will mark Bow's first release on Cash Money Records since signing with the powerhouse label in 2009.
Speaking of power moves, 2 Chainz will also appear on Wednesday's show to make a very special announcement concerning the next phase of his career. The Atlanta rap phenom made a name for himself as one-half of Playaz Circle, the group known best for their 2007 rap hit "Duffle Bag Boy" with Lil Wayne. He went by the name Tity Boy back then, but after a name change and a string of underground bangers, 2 Chainz has built a deafening buzz. His latest single, "Spend It," spread like wildfire and has recently spawned an official remix and music video with T.I.
Catch Too $hort, Bow Wow and 2 Chainz on "RapFix Live" Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com, and be sure to join the Twitter conversation using the hashtag #RapFixLive. Send your questions for the artists @MTVRapFiX!