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As co-host of the nationally syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne Tha God bites his tongue for no one. Recently, the South Carolina native hosted a week-long stint on The Daily Show. In addition to TV and radio, Charlamagne's also leading the charge behind his Black Effect Podcast network. Here, he speaks on returning to television, life after Angela Yee, therapy, relationship with Drake, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Victoria Monét is a tour de force. This summer, Sacramento released her debut LP Jaguar II, and later embarked on a sold-out national tour. Not to be outdone, she plans on taking her talents across the pond and South America. Here, Victoria speaks on her latest album, Kelly Rowland, motherhood, "On My Mama", Beyoncé's Renaissance Tour, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Butcher’s here! After much anticipation, Benny The Butcher is set to drop his Def Jam debut, Everybody Can’t Go. In addition to the album, the Buffalo native has been busy managing his Black Sopranos Family label and collective. Here, Benny speaks on the project, J.Cole’s advice, Lil Wayne, LeBron James, Griselda, fan critiques, and a whole lot more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Steve Stoute’s been standing on business for over 25 years. This fall, the United Masters CEO held his annual SelectCon conference in New York City. Later this year, he’s honoring Scarface and Rakim at his inaugural Paid In Full ceremony in Las Vegas. Returning for a second time on the Rap Radar Podcast, Stoute speaks on his relationships with Usher, NBA Youngboy, Brent Faiyaz, Nas, 50 Cent, and JayZ. He also speaks candidly on Max Kellerman, shares a text message with Nipsey Hussle, and reacts the arrest of his former artist, Superstar Pride. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Geechi Gotti is forever war ready. In fact, the Compton rapper set timelines ablaze with his battle against Eazy The Block Captain. With close to a dozen bouts under his belt, Geechi is gearing up for his next clash at Gods of The Arena 9. Here, Gotti speaks on the art of battle rap, Remy Ma, Eazy The Block Captain, battle rap money, battle rap Mt. Rushmore, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hit-Boy’s got the hot hand. This year the Grammy award winner produced two Nas albums (Magic 2; Magic 3) and a pair of his own (Surf or Drown; Surf or Drown Vol.2). He also contributed to Don Toliver (Love Sick) and Travis Scott’s (Utopia) projects. But Hit’s not done yet. He’s set to release an album with Alchemist and spearheading his father, Big Hit’s debut, The Truth Is In His Eyes. Joined by his dad, Hit speaks on his banner year, Nas, Beyonce, Kanye West, industry politics, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
38 Spesh is a rapper you can trust. In fact, Conway The Machine put his faith in the Rochester native for their debut album, Special Machinery. Months prior, he released his solo album, Gunsmoke. With diehard fans like basketball superstars Kevin Durant and LeBron James singing his praises, Spesh talks about his latest project, independence, Griselda, Ransom, TCF label and much more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Teezo Touchdown's got a lot on his mind besides a crown of nails. This summer the Beaumont native released his debut album, How Do You Sleep At Night?. Prior to that, he guest starred on albums from Tyler, The Creator, Lil Yachty, Don Toliver, and Travis Scott. With Drake calling his album "One of the best collections of music",Teezo stood up with us to discuss his first offering, stardom, family, Lil Flip, OG Ron C and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
More than 30 years after directing 2Pac's first music videos, director Allen Hughes returned to the small screen with his Emmy nominated docuseries, Dear Mama. Executive produced by Drake's Dreamcrew production company, the film chronicled Pac's relationship with his mother, Afeni. Here, Allen speaks on his acclaimed series, Menace II Society's 30 year anniversary, Dead Presidents, upcoming biopics (Snoop Dogg and Marvin Gaye) and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Giggs isn't here to play games. After taking a three year hiatus, the UK legend is back with his aptly titled album, Zero Tolerance. And with a new lease on his career, Giggs is taking full advantage of his opportunity with guest stars like Diddy, 21 Savage, and Jadakiss. Here, Gigg talks about his new project, returning to America, JayZ's shoutout, Drake collaborations, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Burna Boy is sitting on top of the world and the charts. After making history as the first African solo artist to sell out an American stadium, Burna released his seventh album, ‘I Told Them…’ Here, Burna speaks on his latest project, RZA, GZA, J.Cole, 21 Savage, Virgil Abloh, sampling, stabbing himself, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fat Joe is hip-hop's biggest fan. This month, the Bronx bomber brought the house down at Yankee Stadium for Mass Appeal's Hip-Hop 50 celebration. Earlier this year, he celebrated the 30 year anniversary of his debut album, Represent. With the release of his upcoming Nike Air Force 1s and return to The White House, Joe, alongside friend and sneaker empresario Mayor, talk Hip-Hop 50, sneakers, legendary rappers, Vice President Kamala Harris and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Sauce Walka is positioning himself to be a legend in two games. On one end, the Houston native is racking up millions via Only Fans. On the other, he's winning over hip-hop pursuits with his Ghetto Gospel series. Tucked in the Hollywood Hills, Sauce talks about his space age pimpin, Ghetto Gospel 3, family, Busta Rhymes, JayZ, Griselda Records,and more! Ooweee! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Janelle Monáe embarking on a new journey. And after a five year hiatus from music, the Kansas City native has returned with her most provocative album to date, The Age of Pleasure. Here, Janelle speaks on her latest project, working with Grace Jones, Nia Long, TDE’s Doechii and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeezy likes to drink. Jeezy likes to smoke, And now, you can add writing to his favorite things. A year after releasing his album Snofall, The Snowman's back with his debut book, Adversity For Sale. Here, Jeezy speaks on becoming an author, DJing skills, mixtapes, Nipsey Hussle, JayZ, The Recession 15 year anniversary and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Killer Mike is a man of the people. And on his latest effort Michael, the people have spoken with critical acclaim. Outside of the booth, Mike recently won an Emmy Award for his PBS show, Love & Respect. On the small screen, he's made cameos on Ozark and Dave. Here, Mike speaks on his new album, Atlanta upbringing, family, Dave Chappelle, Andre 3000 collbo, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Key Glock is a young OG. At 25 years old, the Memphis native already has a catalogue that rivals his elders. Recently, he repackaged his album Glockoma 2 and wrapped it's eponymous tour. And though still mourning the passing of his mentor and cousin Young Dolph, Glock is carrying the torch of their Paper Route Empire. Here, he speaks on his new music, touring, Memphis, family, Randy Orton, Dolph, and much more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When it comes to music, Toosii likes to play favorites. So much in fact that his aptly titled track, “Favorite Song” is topping the Billboard charts. But Toosii isn’t satisfied just yet. The New York native wants the crown, Grammys, and most of all respect. Here, Toosii discusses his recent success, new album, family, J.Cole and much more! #Toosii #JCole #Drake #Future #FavoriteSong See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.