Last night, Boosie Badazz's NYC debut was unfortunately cut short by some sort of illness, but before that, he was on The Breakfast Club to celebrate the release of Touch Down 2 Cause Hell.
Boosie paid a visit to The Breakfast Club this morning, in order to promote his long-awaited post-jail album Touchdown 2 Cause Hell, as well as discuss his recent mixtapes, Life After Deathrow and more recently, Every Ghetto Every City Vol. 1.
This week, Kendrick Lamar's been making a press run in support of To Pimp A Butterfly (and his recently-announced Summer Jam headlining spot), paying visits to Hot 97 and MTV in the past couple of days.
Mario recently left his longtime label, J records, to start an independent venture, releasing his new record, "Fireball" (named after the uber-sweet whiskey concoction) through his own Rivers Media Group. The R&B singer explains his decisions to reroute his c
Whenever Action Bronson gets interviewed, it's always shocking how many people seem to have missed his "Don't ever say my fucking music sound like Ghost[face Killah] shit" line from "Ron Simmons." Many times, the first thing out of interviewers' mouths is a Gh
DJ Khaled returned to the Breakfast Club this morning after visiting the crew this past August, in order to give himself a bit more promo for his upcoming album I Changed A Lot, singles like "Hold You Down," and his headphones.
Big Krizzle is currently promoting his new album, Cadillactica, which hit the web and stores on Monday. The Southern spitta made his way to New York and visited The Breakfast Club for an interview this morning.
The self-proclaimed Baddest Bitch Trina paid a visit to The Breakfast Club this morning, and Charlmagne Tha God didn't hesitate to get right into the French Montana drama and her new single "Fuck Love," which is supposedly about French.
Rick Ross just debuted a new single with R. Kelly last night, "Keep Doin' That (Rich Bitch)." This morning he keeps the album promo for Hood Billionaire alive and well with a new interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club.
NYC native Lil Kim paid a visit to New York's own The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1 for a pretty lengthy interview. The veteran female MC chops it up with Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God and DJ Envy for a good 52 minutes about a bunch of topics.
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