For the past 14 years, BET‘s long-running live entertainment show 106 & Park has delighted audiences with its mix of talk show fun and music video countdowns. The show will air its last episode this Friday for a special two-hour live finale featuring past hosts of the program.
If BET were having reservations about how the news of 106 & Park cancelled affecting the fans, it was confirmed that they made the right decision 45 seconds after the announcement.
After trolling us all with their top 20 female rappers list, XXL is seeking redemption by giving their 2014 Freshmen list a grand rollout on national TV.
A recent appearance on BET’s 106 & Park has August Alsina in the midst of media controversy that has fans and music lovers alike divided. The singer openly spoke on the matter while promoting his debut album, Testimony, on Sway In The Morning.
Anything can go wrong when you are taping for live television. The recent August Alsina appearance on 106 & Park should be a reminder of this.
While interviewing an artist, it’s important that you respect any comment they deem “off the record” and the question they specially not as off limits. 106 & Park host Keshia Chanté broke the latter rule while interviewing crooner August Alsina, and the artist definitely reacted with malice.