Meek Mill was definately one of the breakout artist over the past two years and has had his share of ups and downs as well. He recently stopped to talk to The Breakfast Club and talked about his legal issues and more!
Kanye West has been one of those hard to lock down interviews for The Breakfast Club. Possibly because he has been called the Donkey Of The Day more then anyone. Well Charlamagne, Dj. Envy and Angela Yee were treated to a surprise when Kanye decided to do an inteview with the guys. This is one of the longest, but possibly realest interviews yet and our weekend show got it for you here first!
Rapper Big Sean stopped into "The Breakfast Club" to talk about his controversial 'Control' record featuring Kendrick Lamar, and Jay Electronica. The MC also spoke about his issues with fellow Detroit rapper Danny Brown discrediting his presence in their home town.
Waka Flocka's Mother, Debra Antney, sat down with "The Breakfast Club" and gave her take on Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka beefing, and how taking their beef to Twitter drew the line for her and it was a violation as far as she is concerned.
Jay-Z has been heavily promoting the release of his new album, "Magna Carta... Holy Grail," released to Samsung users on July 4th, and to the rest of the world in stores and online July 9th. The quick thinking, carefully speaking MC rarely does interview's, but this week Hip-Hop's ambassador made an exception and did interviews with 2 of his home town's top radio show's.
This morning (June 19th) in an interview with "The Breakfast Club," J. Cole talks about playing his record "Let Nas Down" for Nas, day's after recording it. Cole also talks about walking out of a interview when one of the interviewers who happened to be gay, asked him what his "meat size" was. Cole World also spits a freestyle where he threw jabs at Tyrese & Diggy