Queens rapper 360 broke bread with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. He gave a playful interview and spoke on his origins, relationship with J.Cole, New York hip-h0p, and of course, new LP: Beginning Of Forever. At the 8:11 mark, he recited an acapella. Download the project here.
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With Born Sinner in stores, J.Cole made his debut on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. He starts off talking about Diggy and then discusses the leak of Born Sinner. He also spoke on the concept of “new legends”, conversations with Jay-Z, graduating St. John’s, and hometown support. Afterward, he kicked an acapella. Shots fired.
A few nights ago, Troy and his BSB bandits invaded DJ Self’s show on Power 105.1. During their visit, they traded some bars over Eric B & Rakim’s classic. Check out his Summer Jam vlog here.
Hoodrich Radio’s own DJ Scream swung by Power 105. He spoke on The Ratchet Superior EP, his upcoming Long Live The Hustle album, his MMG alliance and more. Ratchet shit.
This is weird. Birdman and Lil Wayne’s daughters (Bria and Reginae, respectively) appeared on The Breakfast Club to promote their new book, Paparazzi Princesses. They spoke on growing up with celebrity fathers, future aspirations, and maintaining normalcy.
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The free agent Vado hit up Power 105 this morning. He spoke on Slime Flu 3, why he left Interscope and potentially signing with Khaled. Vado also says all is well with him and Dip Set and that he, Lloyd Banks and Fab once discussed forming a group. After the jump, he visits Streetsweeper Radio.
After T.I. paid DJ Self a visit, State Property along with Pain In Da Ass, made their way to Power 105.1. The gang wasn’t all there, but they held their own with some solid bars. Neef Buck ought to speak more. Whoa!
While Trinidad James was in New York, he did morning radio with Hot 97 and Power 105.1. On Hot, Rosenberg grilled him about his origins and “All Gold Everything”. Meanwhile on the Breakfast Club, he discussed his quick ascent and headlining NY concert.
Freeway kept it early this morning on Power 105. He explained the Made In America incident, views on Meek vs Cassidy, his Diamond In The Ruff album, Just Blaze, State Property and ends it with a freestyle.