Posts Tagged ‘The Breakfast Club’
Ludacris And Tyrese Speak On Recent Media Controversies, The Latest ‘Fast & Furious’ Movie And More (Video)
Ha! Pepsi AND Bill O’Reilly are both under fire, and they both dissed the sh!t out of Ludacris back in the day. Now Luda is doing pretty damn good… and they are NOT! Ohhhhh, success is the BEST revenge!
Tyrese & Ludacris keep it all the way 100 in The Breakfast Club studio, talk new music, “Fate of the Furious” & More.
And coming for Tyrese about weave, fake butts and such is not the best move. His rebuttal game is on point. Maybe don’t hate on a dude solely for expressing opinions and living life. He is not your boyfriend, nor is he feeding you or your fam.
(But they are gonna go all the way up to a 10th ‘Fast & Furious’ movie though? Whoa.)
Jadakiss, Styles P, & Sheek Louch Go Wild About Past Beefs, New Hip Hop, Politics, & ‘Filthy America’ (Video)
The LOX speaks get amped speaking on politics, censorship, past beefs, their deal with Roc Nation, & their new album “Filthy Amercia…It’s Beautiful” that’s out now.
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The word for this episode is CRAZY! For just a second, it looked like (1) Envy was really a Latino in denial and (2) Charlemagne was gonna ‘drop trou’ as Chelsea commanded. I mean, she did say she was into many cultures…and many penes (like that 100 Pene challenge we posted here… Chels would smash that)!
Chelsea Handler stopped by the studio to “shoot the sh!t” with the Breakfast Club. After refusing to answer DJ Envy’s questions about her Netflix show, Chelsea talked about some slightly raunchier subjects. The comedian discussed her opinions on masturbation and blow jobs, as well as why she doesn’t mind one night stands. Check out the interview.
Chelsea Handler is hella funny on this, and there is nowhere she won’t go. Wow! Watch.
Common Speaks On His New Album, Being Cool With His Exes, The Presidential Election and More (Video)
Common lives at a level of cool to which we should all aspire: Supreme rhyme skills, ladies on his arm and in his past with looks that kill (in or out of heels), showing love & respect to all and getting it back… and now the coolest thing… his new album and promo push timed in such a way to help his people and country. “Black America Again” is conscious music with that good head nod appeal. His promotional interviews with have your head nodding in approval, too.
Watch him above talking about his longevity and being re-energized by what’s going on in the rap game now, being cool with his exes (which include Erykah Badu & Serena Williams…WOW), President Obama and his legacy and so much more.
K.R.I.T. was with Def Jam? Guess it’s not so weird. Just always considered him Independent. Now, that is definitely the case. Watch him elucidate on that and more in the video above.
Big K.R.I.T. discusses his departure from Def Jam, performing at BET Hip Hop Awards, the election being a reality show, turning the n-word against people that use it and much more with The Breakfast Club.
Wow. The Game has found love or respect for everyone, Kurrupt to KXNG Crooked (aka Crooked I) to Kendrick Lamar, even 50 Cent… but NOT Meek Mill and Sean Kingston. Wow!
The Game talks about his beef with Meek Mill and Sean Kingston, the disrespectful lines in “Pest Control,” his new album “1992,“ patching things up with 50 Cent, did his cars get shot up in Miami and much more.
Catch his apology for the stray shot he took at Meek’s girl Nicki Minaj in there, too.
Yes, the dude that set Dr. Dre’s “Compton” project on fire with his contributions (esp. on “Animals”) stops in to chop it up with The Breakfast Club. Anderson .Paak discusses his come up, the struggle with homelessness and couch-surfing with his family, signing to and working with Dr. Dre, his musical influences (Andre 300, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams) and more. It don’t stop. Gotta keep it pushing for the “Malibu” project.
Dr. Umar Johnson Speaks On Crises Facing Black Americans, Offers Strong Criticism Of President Barack Obama And More (Video)
Straight with no chaser. Count on Dr. Johnson, agree with him or not, to deliver his points plainly and with passion. Lays out the how and why Black people have come to suffer in America the way they do. Also speaks on why our protests, though necessary, have not effected real change.
Dr. Umar Johnson stops by The Breakfast Club to discuss the growing social issues affecting the African American community. Dr. Johnson believes that before we can fix the problem we really have to understand it. He is very critical of President Obama for not doing anything for the Black community and offers a few theories as to why he has not done so.
The talk of ‘the illusion of inclusion’… powerful! All of it in fact. Lean in and listen up.
Andre Iguodala Gives The Cleveland Cavaliers Props For Winning The Series And Talks About Basketball, Investing And More (Video)
Andre Iguodala dropped in The Breakfast Club. He admitted being angry at the team (Golden State Warriors) for even letting the NBA Finals get to a game 7, but he was gracious in defeat. Great interview. Two things: (1) Stop dissing Kyrie Irving and (2) while Lebron James is great, he is “nowhere near Jordan” (wow). Also: Discussion on Kevin Durant joining the GSW, advising players how to invest in technology and more.
Dope! DMX on The Breakfast Club mic is always an experience not to be missed! Watch as DMX discusses his recent health scare, his new music, gaining respect and appreciation for Drake, expecting his 15th child (damn!) and much, much more!
You should know that Minister Farrakhan does not do ‘short and sweet’ talks. Watch the Breakfast Club give the Minister all the time he needs (well over 90 minutes strong) to get this Knowledge to the people.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan discusses the Presidential election, improving urban communities, creating a new economic structure, educating our men and much more. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan discusses why women should dress conservatively to not attract evil men, black men being feminized, thoughts on George Zimmerman plus much more.
Above, Royce Da 5’9 doing the stop and chop with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club. Promoting his album “Layers,” Royce retold the story he shares on “Tabernacle” (his grandmother dying in the same hospital, at the same time, his first son was born… the same night he met Eminem AND opened for Usher). Goes in about his coping with alcoholism, Slaughterhouse biz, and more.
Anthony Hamilton’s homies bring some soul to the Baby put-some-Respeck-on-it situation. They took some lines from the Cash Money mogul’s quick and heated rant on the Power 105 morning show days ago; and went ham with it! Soul… ham… check out this ‘soul food’ right here… with “Respeck.”
If any rap duo has something to say, it’s Kid ‘N Play. Check them out as they dropped in to check out The Breakfast Club crew. Today’s Hip-Hop must not forget, must respect, these dudes exemplified the party AND the hustle! The music, the dances, the movies, the SATURDAY MORNING CARTOON (haaa… remember?)… all that and more!
Kid ‘N Play discuss their history, making classic movies like House Party and Class Act, their dance moves and the impact they left in Hip-Hop.
Baaaahahahaaa! These dudes are hilarious, too #SponsoredByIcyHot #HittinAARPchicks #NoNoOnTheNaeNae
Stop f#cking around and grow the f#ck up…BE A MAN!
It’s the clap back at Millionaire Martin for all that reckless talk… But not how you think. Interesting. Verrrry interesting. The Hip-Hop Nation might’ve expected Ghost to go hard at prescription drug magnate Martin Shkreli. However, only the shrewdest heads could have thought it though to come up with this type of battle plan.
Ghostface Killah strikes back at Martin Shkreli with the 5000% increase of Daraprim.
War is chess, not checkers, folks. It’s often about winning hearts and minds. So, to take the battle to where Shkreli cannot win (e.g. Martin ain’t winning anybody’s heart anytime soon), to paint him as TRYING to be the ultimate villain THEN clown him for that THEN bring in the ‘goods’ to join the laughter… THEN have one of them end with a teary-eyed plea to Shkreli (and his MOM) to do right by the people who are sick and dying in the wake of his greed (e.g. his aforementioned 5000% price increase of the HIV drug Daraprim)…checkmate!
And in the midst of it all, promote the Wu Goo brand as the ‘anti’ to all of that at the same damn time! Mr. Starks’ is showing the skill and temperament of a master… Shaolin technique is VERY good and his sword is deadly sharp. Well played.
Ha! It sounds funnier because this is real life. This dude don’t didn’t see how the Bronson v. Starks beef worked out, did he? This is Martin Shkreli – the bad boy of Big Pharma, the guy who bought the HIV drug rights and jacked the pill price way the f#ck up – you know, that douche. And sure, he is not the only douche on the planet, but as Bill Maher might quip… Shkreli does have a very punchable face. Watch him pop off a bunch of rah-rah talk above on radio. Then, after the jump, watch him say virtually nothing in his Congressional hearing.
In either clip… yeah, punchable. Wonder if Ghostface is gonna put out a video message to this guy.
Dave East Speaks On His Life As A ‘Baller’ Before Doing Music, Meeting Nas And Getting On And More (Video)
“Hate Me Now” is the New York sound…I got it.
C Tha God asked Harlem emcee Dave East if he was banging a bunch of Spanish and Dominican chicks being from over there and he was like, “Trying.” Haaa! And what got him into rap? Failing at a lot of stuff… basketball, Towson University (dude is 6’5″& used to play with Kevin Durant), did a bid behind the bars for a gun charge… only then doing the bars behind beats. He admits that rap is plan B.
Wow. Watch Dave East share that and plenty of other revelations with The Breakfast Club. Talking about his solid East Coast sound, his new project (“Hate Me Now”), being on Mass Appeal Records & how he linked up with Nas and much more.
Dr. Umar Johnson Gets Detailed on ‘The Breakfast Club’ About Issues Affecting the Black Community (Video)
Although I don’t speak with Dr. Umar Johnson on a regular basis I still consider him a friend. I went to school with Umar Johnson before he became “Dr. Umar” & it wasn’t uncommon for us to have many conversations years ago about what’s going on within the black community. Not only are we both from North Philly, but we have both served as the President of our school’s Black Student Union at different times. We’ve organized & traveled to the historic Million Man March in D.C. with a large group of brothers as well has having mentored young students through an organization called ‘Positive Images’ back in Pennsylvania for a few years. He was always an avid debater on a variety of issues & always held true to his convictions. Rarely have I’ve seen him back down from a heated debate even if it centered on something as simple as hip hop music or sports during lunch in the cafeteria. One thing that I can co-sign is that Umar has always been consistent in who he was & in his beliefs.
So of course it’s difficult for me to believe any of his recent detractors who try to say he’s anything less than authentic. Dr. Umar Johnson didn’t just pop up overnight because he’s been doing this for as long than I’ve known him. I’m excited yet not surprised to see him finally breaking through with his greater message to better the situation for African-Americans & others around the world through a Pan-Africanist viewpoint. Although he continues to travel around the globe delivering his message & through a variety of grassroots lectures that most people have posted on youtube, I feel proud & happy to finally see him start to reach the audiences who best need to hear his message. It was always his life work to do what he’s doing at this very moment. Check the interview with Dr. Umar Johnson with “The Breakfast Club” at Power 105 in New York above & get some food for thought.
I don’t do [many interviews]… When I did interviews… they sent their best at me… When they could not defeat our arguments, they decided to ban me from television; and they banned me from going to Black colleges, and even White colleges, to deliver a message. So… many people thought I had died.
– Minister Louis Farrakhan
Respect, respect, RESPECT! Power 105’s Breakfast Club with the ultimate ‘get’ – an exclusive sit-down with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. Sure, there are a few chuckles, but this interview reveals insights (so many insights) from the Minister – his views on this generation, how he came to the Nation of Islam, outside influences on internal struggles in the Black community, what it takes to make a better tomorrow… SO MUCH MORE!
Get your breakfast. Click play. Be enriched.
There has been a lot of talk about Black ownership and financial freedom sparked from the Damon Dash interview he did on The Breakfast Club. It set off a firestorm on social media some people being inspired and some comical moments with the hashtag #TweetLikeDameDash. With all of that said Dame brought up some good topics and Dr Boyce Watkins helped to bring some perspective to the conversation. He has a PhD in finance and owns his own business Financial Juneteenth. Dr Boyce discussed obstacles like Racism & White Supremacy that play a part in blacks becoming financially independent. He does not make excuses though and agrees with Dame Dash in regards to Black Men & Women having the be their own Boss mindset. Overall it is a great discussion between Angela Yee, Envy, Charlagmagne & Dr Boyce Watkins a breath of fresh air rather than mindless gossip talk.