Juvenile headed to The Breakfast Club for a 20-minute segment to speak on re-signing with Cash Money, Lil Wayne and Birdman’s situation, the upcoming project Mardi Gras II, Young Buck and more. Watch below.
Chance The Rapper and Donnie Trumpet stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning for a brief interview. The two spoke on The Social Experiment collective, Chicago, working with Madonna, SURF, Troy Ave and more.
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With Dark Sky Paradise in stores today, Big Sean of course had to stop by The Breakfast Club to talk about the release, Ariana Grande, ranking himself to other MC’s and plenty more. Watch the full sit down after the jump and be sure to go grab a copy of the album.
For the first time in a while Kanye West paid a visit to The Breakfast Club while out in NYC to sit down and talk about his new music, Beck at the Grammys, fashion, Beyonce, working with Drake, his wife Kim Kardashian, Amber Rose and plenty more. Watch the full almost hour interview after the jump.
Master P stops by The Breakfast Club to sit down and talk about the new “Power” single, Money Mafia, Lil Wayne collaboration, Cash Money, upcoming album and plenty more. Watch the full sit down after the jump.
Action Bronson stopped by The Breakfast Club to sit down and talk about a few different topics. He spoke on his new single “Actin Crazy”, how the track was originally a Drake album record, being a chef, Azealia Banks, Mr. Wonderful and plenty more. Watch the full 20-minute interview below.
Big Sean stopped by The Breakfast Club to sit down and talk the success of his “IDFWU” single, Kanye appearing on his upcoming album, his new woman Arianna Grande, “Detroit Vs. Everybody” getting a music video soon and plenty more. Watch the full interview after the jump.
Fab stops by The Breakfast Club to promote his upcoming Christmas gift for fans, The Young OG Project. The Brooklyn rapper discussing his reasoning for signing with Roc Nation management, being underrated, why he decided to make the upcoming project a 90’s driven concept and plenty more throughout the entire 30-minute conversation.
In support of his upcoming Blame It On The Streets film coming out on December 15th, YG sat down with The Breakfast Club to speak more in-depth about the film. YG talked about the moving being based around his two tracks “BPT” and “Meet The Flockers,” shooting over nine days, recording the soundtrack and much more.
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Sheek, Kiss and Styles all paid a visit to The Breakfast Club this morning to speak on their The Trinity projects including the free third one that dropped last week. The trio also touched on how they maintain their relevancy, solo projects, Def Loaf and plenty more.
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