The Snowman stops in with hip-hop’s favorite auntie interviewer. He talks mostly about his new record, and how Jay-Z doesn’t cry but could cry if he wanted to because he’s that rich. But truthfully, this is a good insight into Jeezy’s origins in the poorest part of Atlanta and how he uses that experience to guide him as a music entrepreneur. Watch after the jump.
This morning, Power 105’s newest personality Angie Martinez sat down with the Breakfast Club to talk about her industry shaking move from Hot 97. Angie also touches on turning down a gig on ‘American Idol’ (smart move Angela). Hit the jump to watch the interview.
Fresh off the release of his 28 Grams tape, Wiz Khalifa pays a visit to Power 105’s Breakfast Club program. Wiz speaks on the new mixtape, his upcoming “We Dem Boyz” remix with Nas, getting arrested and more.
Danny Brown stopped by the Power 105 studios early this morning for a rather entertaining interview with The Breakfast Club. Danny speaks on his infamous concert incident, his Detroit childhood, Eminem and more.
Gunplay stops by The Breakfast Club for a candid interview in which the MMG rapper speaks on a number of topics including being sober, his upcoming Living Legend LP, and his clothing line. And no that is not a tarantula on his head.
The hottest producer in the game finally makes it to the Power 105 studios in NYC for a sit-down with The Breakfast Club. Mustard speaks on working with Kanye West, his upcoming 10 Summers LP, Dre’s influence on his production and more.
Iggy Azalea returns to Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to speak on a number of topics including her upcoming The New Classic album, opening up for Beyonce, Nick Young, and more.
50 returns to the Power 105 studios for an extensive sit-down with The Breakfast Club. Fif speaks on the Diddy/Ross Instagram controversy, his “Smoke” single, his upcoming Animal Ambition LP, breaking ties with Interscope/Aftermath and more. Hit the jump for part 2. Read More
Been a while since we’ve heard from Keyshia Cole. She starts the promo run for her upcoming album by stopping by Power 105’s The Breakfast Club program. Keyshia speaks on Beyonce’s “Bow Down,” her new “Rick James” single with Juicy J, her new album and more.
Ross returns to the Power 105 studios to chop it up with Charlamagne, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy on The Breakfast Club program. Rozay speaks on his prior medical issues, his relationship with Diddy, Mastermind, collaborating with Jeezy and more.
The Chef is the latest rapper to stop by Power 105’s Breakfast Club program. Rae speaks on the status of his Fly International Luxurious Art album as well as Wu-Tang’s A Better Tomorrow LP, Drake’s “Wu-Tang Forever” remix, working with Snoop Dogg and Akon, and more.
Wale stops by the Power 105 studios in NYC for another sit-down with The Breakfast Club. Folarin speaks on his Complex situation, his recent trip to Nigeria, advice from Hov and more.
Kanye stops by the Power 105 studios for a lengthy sit-down with Charlamagne Tha God and The Breakfast Club. Ye speaks on a number of topics including his creative genius, leaving Nike for Adidas, the “Bound 2” video and more. Respect to Charlamagne for keeping it 100 as well.
Troy Ave stopped by the Power 105 studios earlier this morning to chop it up with Angela Yee, Envy, and Charlamagne Tha God and promote his New York City project.