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.
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.
Cam’ron makes his first appearance on Power 105’s The Breakfast Club morning radio show and opens up on a number of topics. Killa gives listeners insight behind his relationship with ma$e, following out with Jim Jones, a potential Dipset reunion and much more with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee. The Harlem bred artist also spoke on his past peef with rap superstars JAY Z and 50 Cent.
Nelly stops by radio station Power 105 for an interview with The Breakfast Club. Speaking candidly, Nelly shares his thoughts on his role on the hit BET television show Real Husbands Of Hollywood, the current state of music and Ageism in Hip Hop, his new collaboration with Miley Cyrus and much more. The rapper turned actor also gives insight behind his new role alongside Sylvester Stallone in an upcoming film due out next year in the Spring. Sidebar: Angela Yee also takes the opportunity to throw a quick jab in the direction of LaLa Anthony after Honey Nut Cheerios ends up at one point being the topic of discussion.
Hip Hop veterans Ja Rule and Irv Gotti pay a visit to Power 105′s The Breakfast Club for an intimate and lengthy interview live on the air. With plenty of fans tuned in, the former Murder Inc. affiliates speak on their multiple connections in prison, the respect they get from the streets, Ja Rule’s past beef with 50 Cent, what it was like to have his hometown turn its back on him and much more. Gotti also gives insight behind his past fallout with JAY Z and talks helping Hov put together his controversial “Super Ugly” diss record aimed at Nas.
A$AP Ferg links up with The Breakfast Club on Power 105 for an exclusive one-on-one interview. The A$AP Mob member discusses the origins of his alias and shares his experience with riding along on Wiz Khalifa’s Under The Influence of Music Tour. Ferg shares his appreciation for the amount of weed they’re given from state to state and addresses his eyebrow raising comment about Teyanna Taylor at Summer Jam. Fergenstein also breaks down the early days of A$AP and reveals why a deal with Diddy was never worked out.
Fat Joe recently stopped by Power 105 for a very candid and in-depth interview with The Breakfast Club. Joe gets right into it and gives everyone some much needed clarification as to how he found himself in trouble with the IRS for tax evasion and shares his thoughts on having to turn himself in to begin his four month sentence on August 26. The Terror Squad MC also admits to listeners that he doesn’t get the respect he believes he deserves as an lyricist. Joe also reflects on New York’s trouble past and breaks down exactly why he gravitated towards Miami’s evolving Hip Hop scene. After co-signing artists like Rick Ross and DJ Khaled as brothers, Fat Joe continues the interview with discussing his use of the N word and his opinion of its meaning. Before calling it a wrap in part one, Joe fills the fans in on what happened with Terror Squad and kills rumors that his crew was previously beefing with DJ Kahled.