After Skateboard P decided to share the artwork to his upcoming album, “GIRL,” it didn’t take very long for people to notice that there wasn’t any particular dark skinned women featured on the cover. The assumption was quickly made that perhaps Pharrell had a preference for women that weren’t black or dark skinned. However, that could be further from the truth as Pharrell recently phoned into Power 105’s The Breakfast Club to clear things up and offer up a response to the negative feedback.
Ice Cube sits down with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club for an exclusive interview. Take a look as the actor-rapper speaks on his legacy with N.W.A., the upcoming Straight Outta Compton film, his new film with comedian Kevin Hart, past beefs with Common, Cypress Hill and much more. Cube also opens up to listeners on the potential of another Friday film coming out.
Houston’s Trae The Truth joints The Breakfast Club on Power 105 for an exclusive and in-depth interview. The rapper opens things up by addressing his current four year ban from radio but reassures fans that it doesn’t bother him and instead he’s learned to adapt. The rapper went on to explain why he prefers to keep a low profile, what features fans can expect to hear on his upcoming I Am King LP and speaks on being shot outside of a club one night. Trae also shared details behind his friendship and touring with J. Cole and more.
Power 105’s Charlamagne sits down for a one-on-one interview with DJ Vlad and the topic of discussion is Drake and his emotional behavior. The radio host speaks on Drake’s reaction to the public’s opinion on his emo inspired music and explains that for Drake to even respond proves that comments get under his skin. Charlamagne also points out the way Drake previously downplayed Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and weighs in on the back and forth between the Canadian rapper and the Compton lyricist. Never one to bite his tongue, Charlamagne went on to state that there’s three sexual orientations people should be aware of and that includes being gay, straight and Drake. The YMCMB rapper’s previous fallout with the auto-tune champ, Future, also serves as the topic of discussion.
After getting in touch with HOT 97 and voicing his opinion, Maino decides to continue his campaign against Trinidad James and calls into Power 105 for an interview. Maino makes it clear he feels New York is to be blamed for allowing James to feel comfortable enough to run his mouth and explains that essentially the “All Gold Everything” rapper is opening the door for more disrespect from other artists. The rapper continued by stating that he feels the city is disorganized. Before hanging up, Maino calls into question James’ street credibility and clarifies he’s opening to disciplining him.
2 Chainz was one of the many dope acts that New York fans were treated to at radio station 105.1’s Powerhouse 2013 event. Go behind the scenes with the G.O.O.D. Music rapper as cameras follow along before and after his energy packed performance. Check out 2 Chainz get the Barclays Center extra live with his slew of smash hits.
Here’s a compilation of some footage put together that chronicles Mr. Sean Combs’ busy day as he handles a last minute promo run for the launch of his new music network Revolt TV. Follow along with Diddy as his busy day kicks off with an interview with the HOT 97 morning show at 7:30 a.m. and ends in the evening at his star studded launch party. As the clock comes winding close to launch time, unexpected technical difficulties also become a concern and just another obstacle for Diddy to overcome.