Ace Hood was back on Power 105.1’s morning show. He discussed his single, departing from Def Jam, and rolling through these mean streets. UPDATE: Back with Power 105 today, Ace discusses his album Trials & Tribulations, the watch debacle, his loyalty to DJ Khaled, the Zimmerman verdict and more. Sidebar: Hot 97 Interview
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With his Soul headphones and Conjure in hand, Luda made his Breakfast Club debut. He spoke on DTP, Chingy, 2 Chainz, Kanye’s album, his upcoming Ludaversal, relationship and more.
Jay-Z made his debut yesterday morning on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. They talked for an hour long about Magna Carta Holy Grail, sports, artists, criticism, and New York rap. After the jump, he discusses Dame Dash, foiled Lil Wayne deal, Roc Nation Sports, producers, rumors, and gentrification of Brooklyn.
Following their 2 year celebration, the Breakfast Club welcomed Big Sean back to their show today. He spoke on the reasoning behind Hall of Fame’s pushback, criticism of “Mula”, city of Detroit, homecoming concert, invite to the studio from Eminem, meeting Trinidad James and more. UPDATE: Big Sean returned to the Breakfast Club today. He spoke on Kanye, the criticism of Yeezus, the delay of his own album, working with Eminem, current relationship and more.
Prodigy returned to The Breakfast Club this week to promote his new album, HNIC 3. Here’s a synopsis of their conversation. Power 105 1’s “The Breakfast Club” Interviews Prodigy of Mobb Deep. He speaks on his book “The Infamous” and the backlash received from it, speaks on the infamous rant that Havoc went on via Twitter were he accused Prodigy of being gay, also speaks on the Havoc phone call “The Breakfast Club” played were Havoc accused Prodigy of getting raped in prison, […]
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.
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.