It’s the end of an era. Angela Yee has officially exited “the World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show,” and is no longer a part of The Breakfast Club after 12 years.


The iHeart Radio Music Awards have announced their list of the nominees for this year, along with two new categories. These categories will give winners awards based on voting by the fans through their website and through social media using specific hashtags.

It seems Charlamagne tha God is staying put at the company that helped make him a household name. He has signed a new contract to keep him at iHeartRadio for another five more calendars.

On Wednesday (Sept 9), The Breakfast Club host announced a partnership with iHeartRadio to launch The Black Effect Podcast Network, a passion project with an aim to encourage discourse on important topics within the Black community.

We may finally have some more equity in a world where major broadcasting platforms tend to portray our people in a negative light. The Black community will now have an information resource that they can call their own.

Didn’t they just have the IHeartRadio Music Awards this past Sunday? You would think they everything was straight with all of the star power the show boasted that night. IHeartRadio’s parent company iHeartMedia sent shockwaves throughout the radio world when they filed for bankruptcy on Thursday. 

Michael Jackson and his musical legacy lives on while many worldwide still mourn the loss of the King Of Pop. However, an unreleased track from the vaults made its debut last night last night featuring assistance from one of Jackson’s understudies that will surely delight fans.