Macklemore visits the The Breakfast Club once again and the last time he was there Charlamagne told him his music would never see the light on urban radio, but “Thrift Shop” and “Same Love” went on to become international hit-singles. Watch how the interview goes this time around.
2 Chainz makes another appearance on The Breakfast Club and this time he speaks on his prices for a verse, his sophomore album that will include a cook book, the robbery incident in San Francisco, Luda still getting paid off him and more.
Frenchie sits down with The Breakfast Club crew and talks history of Brick Squad, Gucci/Waka beef, giving French Montana & Nicki Minaj exposure to the South and more. Go download Frenchie’s mixtape Long Overdue now.
The Migos are continuing their fast rise to becoming household names around the country and today they stopped by Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club and talked about Drake, staying independent, upcoming projects (YRN 2) and more.
Ace Hood is next up to stop by The Breakfast Club and he speaks on his new album Trials & Tribulations, Trayvon Martin, DJ Khaled and a lot more.
Jay-Z makes his first appearance on Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club and sits down for an hour with the crew and discusses a wide range of topics from MCHG, Kanye, past albums, music business and more. Check after the jump for the second half of the interview.
It’s great to see Atlanta’s rising star Rich Homie Quan start getting more national attention. Here he is visiting The Breakfast Club to talk about how he started with music, the official “Type Of Way” remix, being independent for now and a whole lot more. Every interview I have watched with this kid shows that he is headed in the right direction and is very smart about how to get to the top of the industry.
Wale returns to The Breakfast Club to speak on meeting Jerry Seinfeld, his new album The Gifted, getting a lot of hate, Tiara Thomas and more.
Cole makes his first visit Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club where he talks Born Sinner, Diggy Simmons, “Let Nas Down”, competing with Kanye, getting his college degree and a lot more.
DJ Scream pays a visit to Power 105′s The Breakfast Club to talk about his recently released Ratchet Superior EP, his plans leading up to his Long Live The Hustle album, why it’s so hard to get verses from rappers, his loyalty to MMG and much more.