Chris Rock stops by The Breakfast Club to discuss his new film that he wrote and directed himself, Top Five, which hits theaters December 12th. DJ Envy was not present due to his “beef” with Chris from their daughters basketball game awhile back. Charlemagne Tha God and Angela Yee asked Chris about his thoughts on politics, staying relevant, Hollywood, reality tv and more. Kanye West and Jay-Z were fellow producers of the Top Five film and features stars such as Rosario Dawson, Gabrielle Union, Kevin Hart and more.
YG is one of the few young rappers out that really works hard on the quality of work he puts out. The Bompton rapper stops by Power 105.1’s, The Breakfast Club, to share more details on his upcoming 30-minute mini film called ‘Blame It On The Streets’. Although the interview is only nearly 10-minutes long, it’s interesting to get more insight on the making of his upcoming film along with its soundtrack. Set to drop December 15th, YG reveals that the film is starring Rick Gonzalez, Jade Yorker and Camilla Poindexter from the Bad Girls Club.
After her announcing her departure from Hot97, Angie Martinez decides to be apart of The Breakfast Club and has her official interview at her new home to speak on the shocking decision. Watch below to see what prompted Angie to make the switch.
Trey Songz stops by The Breakfast Club and talks to the crew about how he use to be with the braids, his relationships with August Alsina and Chris Brown, getting more personal by revealing his love life and his new album. Trigga drops July 1st.
The Breakfast Club sits down with Detroit native, Danny Brown. They discuss his experiences with Tony Yayo and 50 Cent, selling crack, getting head on stage, his unique style and more.