The Breakfast Club
Things between Joe Budden and Nicki Minaj couldn’t be rockier right now, and now folks can add Charlamagne Tha God‘s name to Minaj’s list of folks she checked on Queen Radio. After saying that The Breakfast Club host led a “hate train” against her, Charlamagne fired back at Minaj and the Barbz, her devoted fanbase, […]
T-Pain really carved out his own niche in the Hip-Hop & R&B game when he introduced auto-tuned songs and melodies in the mid 00’s and though you’d think he’d be set for life because he was dropping hits and featured on every other record, Teddy Pendergrass eventually found himself with rabbit ears for pockets.
Ever since bursting on the scene with his club banger “Thotiana,” Blueface Bleedem seemed like he was well on his way to rap stardom but lately he’s been making more noise for his controversial circumstances as opposed to the cuts he’s cooking in the lab.
Sen. Kamala Harris made a return to The Breakfast Club as she continues to beat the presidential campaign trail in hopes of becoming the Democratic Party’s candidate for all the marbles in 2020. In the chat, the junior U.S. Senator makes another bid in showing she has what it takes to knock President Donald Trump […]
Though it was a tough ending to a long season for Andre Igoudala and the Golden State Warriors, the defensive expert and his team have experienced their fair share of victories over the years so don’t feel too bad for them.
Samuel L. Jackon’s been the baddest muthaf*ckin’ actor in Hollywood ever since he was reading Ezekiel 25:17 to fools before blowing their heads off in Pulp Fiction. Over the decades he’s become a prolific and fan favorite actor who seems to age at a snails pace (healthiest looking 70-year-old we know).
It seems like just yesteryear Irv Gotti and Ja Rule’s Murder Inc. roster were giving Jay-Z and Roc-a-fella a run for their money as the hottest Hip-Hop record label in the music game. Then 50 Cent signed to Dr. Dre and Eminem’s Shady/Aftermath imprint and took a bulldozer to the Murder Inc. empire.
Though Kirk Franklin looks like he’s getting ready for his freshman year in college now that prom week has come and gone, he’s been dropping faith inspired tunes for two decades now and given the current social-political climate, his latest offering couldn’t have come at a better time.
As Elizabeth Warren continues her quest to win the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States for the 2020 campaign, the Massachusetts senator will also endure deeper scrutiny. During a stop at Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club show, Charlamagne Tha God grilled Sen. Warren on her claims of being Native American, referring to […]
Aside from the likes of Nipsey Hussle (R.I.P), Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q and Jay Rock, YG’s been one of LA’s most recognized and celebrated rap artists as of late and with the recent release of his latest project 4REAL 4REAL he continues to build his reputation as one of the west coast’s most must-hear artists.
For the past few years, Atlantic Records recording artist Lizzo has been quietly making a name for herself in the music game and if you haven’t heard of her yet don’t worry, you will soon enough.
Common is one of the very few rappers from the golden era of Hip-Hop who’s still managed to remain relevant in the culture via music, film, and now literature. Recently the Chicago artist dropped a book dubbed Let Love Have The Last Word and today (May 9) he took his book tour to The Breakfast […]