The Breakfast Club
DMX's likely first posthumous album, Exodus, is receiving praise from fans and critics. However, there were many raised eyebrows when a Pop Smoke feature long touted to be part of the album was nowhere to be found upon release.
Earlier this week the triple OG comedian from Brooklyn virtually checked into The Breakfast Club to talk about his sudden career move and why he decided it was time to make a drastic change in his normal routine.
Looking to make dough on everything from Charlamange’s book to the interview itself, Jones is a man on a money mission and he’s willing to impart his knowledge on listeners interested in flipping whatever they can online.
Though they don't know if Tekashi and Bobby are keeping in touch these days we feel it might've been something Snitch9ine told Bobby when they collaborated on "STOOPID" which featured Bobby rapping on a phone from prison.
Earlier this week the Baton Rouge rapper swung by The Breakfast Club in his Southernplayalistic steez to talk about music, religion and porn. Seriously.
With two 2020 albums under his belt in Evolution, ADHD Joyner Lucas’ been making some good noise and has decided to finally give a rare interview to none other than your favorite morning trio, The Breakfast Club. For damn near one hour the “I’m Not A Racist” opened up on everything from the roots of his beef with Logic to getting death threats for working with Ashanti?! Wtf?!
Taking the time to explain why he wasn’t able to “do more for Black people” to Michelle not totally on board with his Presidential dreams, our favorite President in history elegantly breaks down all kinds of aspects of his life as only he can.
Megan Thee Stallion and Q-Tip on the same track? We don't know what to expect from such a collaboration, but it's definitely happening.
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.
As Joe Budden counts down to the final taping of his namesake podcast after negotiations fell through with Spotify, Charlamagne Tha God went on 'The Breakfast Club' to shed a light on why the relationship went left: The rapper has trash negotiation skills.
Talking about his career up to this point, linking up with The Firm for is latest album the album, and revealing his only regret with his Kanye West-produced, Nasir, Nas treats Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy (who he pulled a gun on) to a trip into the cerebral of Nasty Nas.
While it seemed like Loon was next in line to become Harlem World’s biggest attraction things didn’t exactly turn out that way and the “I Need A Girl” rapper ended up walking away from the limelight himself before doing almost a decade behind bars.