Common warmed the seat on Larry King Now, during which he and the longtime television host discussed a bevy of topics, including his views on the n-word, his method for creating albums and more.
Tyler, The Creator is polarizing in most cases, but he exudes authenticity in a way that’s rare and respectable. That quality also makes for entertaining interviews, which could be seen during the Odd Future affiliate’s recent discussion with Larry King.
Pusha T stepped into the Larry King Now arena to discuss the two most political topics that surface within Hip-Hop culture: homosexuality and usage of the n-word.
Omar Epps appeared on Larry King Now to promote his current television show Resurrection and discuss the possibility of a reunion to hit drama House. However things got extremely interesting when the waning moments before Tupac Shakur’s fatal drive-by became a topic of discussion.
The Game often gets more credit for his outlandish comments and online antics than his actual music. The West Coast veteran has another side, however, and displayed such in a lengthy interview with Larry King while covering his career, his charity project and much more.
Wiz Khalifa recently sat down with Larry King for a candid conversation on the legendary television host’s web series, Larry King Now. During the interview, Taylor Gang’s front man discussed his forthcoming marriage to Amber Rose, his anxiousness to begin fatherhood, his well documented love for weed, his forthcoming album, O.N.I.F.C., and more.