Wiz Khalifa returned back to The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss his recent arrest, arrest record, and latest mixtape 28 Grams. He also talks about Lola Monroe, and Cardo leaving the Taylor Gang imprint, his relationship with Snoop Dogg and more. Wiz also says his album Blacc Hollywood is slated to be released with a tentative date during the summer.
Around the 11:40 mark, Khalifa reveals that he’s finishing up a remix to his first single “We Dem Boyz”, which features Nas, and one of artist he couldn’t name. The remix will feature a brand new beat, so we’re anxious to hear that.
August Alsina is currently in NY doing promo for his latest EP, Downtown: Life Under The Gun. This morning he stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss his number one hit single “I Luv This Sh*t”, being signed to Def Jam and deading the rumors of being signed to Radio Killa Records (The-Dream). He also talks about the remix of the single with Chris Brown & Trey Songz and more.
Just Blaze appeared on The Breakfast Club where he spoke on Roc-A-Fella’s fallout, Jay Electronica’s album, Saigon, not being in JAY Z’s newest album Magna Carta and a lot more.
As he would say, the realest interview to date, Joey Crack made his appearance on The Breakfast Club yesterday just weeks before he heads to lockdown to serve his 4 month sentence. The longest interview in the crew’s history, Joe drops gems throughout his segment aimed at the youth of America. He talks about being underrated but still respected, new music with Darkside 3, being BIG’s great friend from the jump, seeing all his friends die & a whole lot more. Jump in after the break to peep the two part segment.
I’m posting this for my dawgz, and for the fact that it’s completely hysterical if you can tunnel through the Baton Rouge language barrier of Lil Webbie. After making quick friends with C Tha God, and trying to bag Angela heavy, Webbie spoke about when Lil Boosie will be getting out of jail, Lil Phat getting killed, his family, bullshit rumors, God, and so much more – Lol count how many times you say “Wait, what?!” Interview after the jump.
Take a listen to Webbie’s latest single coming off that Savage Life 4 scheduled for this October.
Jay Z stopped by The Breakfast Club for the first time and he speaks about almost everything, from Twitter, to Yeezus, to reviews (my MCHG review coming within 2 days by the way) to lyrics, to Dame Dash etc etc… This is a very fun interview. Hit the jump for part 2.
Big Sean returned to The Breakfast Club and besides starting the interview in a very awkward way, Sean speaks about his love life, Yeezus, and about the most important thing — his upcoming album which is set to release 8.27.13.
Cole World in the building! The day after Born Sinner’s release, Jermaine hit Power 105 studios to chop it up with The Breakfast Club. Seasoned and confident about his second LP, J.Cole gives the morning crew some insight about the album process, conversations with Jay-Z, coming out the same day as Mac & Kanye, having the right single this time around & so much more. Pick up your copy of Born Sinner now, and head in after the break to see the full interview.
Update: J. Cole goes on a twitter rant about music projections, and also co-signs Chance The Rapper.
Projections fucking up hip hop. First week tally’s fuckin up hip hop. Your 1 listen reviews are fucking up hip hop. To keep it real, your whole publication is fuckin up hip hop. Drake saving hip hop Hov Saving hip hop. Chance the rapper saving hip hop. k. Dot saving hip hop. Ab-soul saving hip hop. And more important than them niggas. The PEOPLE are saving hip hop. You niggas are Critics. Not fans. Fuck critics. The people decide. I’m not done. I was just celebrating my 2nd album. #notsupposedtobehere. Fayettenam. Tweeting from mobile web. Nothing gangsta bout that. so much to say not enough characters. Thank you. Long live hip hop beetch.