Amara La Negra is on her way to being larger than life. The Recording Artist/Model/Reality Show Star recently passed through Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, and had a chat with hosts Angela Yee, DJ Envy, and Charlamagne Tha God. With a bubbling personality that has been taking over the entertainment scene, Amara discussed racial issues including the challenges she has faced growing up and throughout her career, and the similarities and differences between being black in America, and being black in Latin America. She also spoke on challenging the standards of beauty in the American and Latino entertainment industry, being on Love & Hip Hop: Miami, signing to a recording contract with BMG, her love life, and a lot more. Although she’s 3 episodes in on Love & Hip Hop, she has become the popular personality of the season, and many of us look forward to what else she has in store for her career. Check out the Interview below!
If you were offline yesterday, members of Power 105.1’s “Breakfast Club” Charlamagne, DJ Envy and Angela Yee Interviewed Cash Money Records’ Boss, Birdman. In what was considered their shortest Interview ever, Birdman went off on the Radio personalities about tarnishing his name and walking out of the studio. Earlier, Producer/DJ Kickraux blessed the Internet with his EDM Remix of said Interview where he added his own magic to the already hot topic. Y’all finished or y’all done? Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
We don’t always know a person’s past or what they’re going through, but there comes a time where they share it all in their own way. Today, US Based Hip Hop/Reggae Artist Sadiki-I shares his life on “My Story“. Directed by Birhan Tonge of Royal Ras Productions and shot in Jamaica and New York, this features Junior Reid and a cameo appearance by popular US Media Personality Angela Yee. Here Sadiki spoke on his Montserrat heritage, being raised in Boston, being a part of the street life, his run ins with the law, and his spiritual journey as a Rastafarian and his journey to Africa. Thanks to Jah, Sadiki has been saved, for if he wasn’t he’d be dead, locked up, or going crazy. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The “Stuntman” Safaree stopped by the Breakfast Club morning show recently to discuss a few things. Here he spoke about his new project, “It Is What It Is Vol. 2“, his lawsuit against former Girlfriend Nicki Minaj, addressed the video of him dancing back in the day, working on new music, his recent performances, getting weird requests from people and more. If you haven’t yet, check out his new project on iTunes. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Kranium stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club recently and had a chat with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee. Here he spoke on the origins of his stage name, his single “Nobody Has To Know” being a hit for a few years, his album “Rumors“, collaborating with Ty Dolla Sign and Justine Skye, meeting Amber Rose, rumors including the ongoing one of being engaged to Vanessa Bling, and more. Charlamagne tries his best to sound Jamaican every time a Dancehall/Reggae Artist passes through, and it still isn’t successful. Be sure to catch Kranium at The Breakfast Club’s 5 Year Anniversary Party and get his “Rumors” album on iTunes. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The “One Blood” Junior Reid stopped by the Breakfast Club during his travels recently. Here Junior spoke with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee about being a living legend, his album “The Living Legend“, his international collaborations with acts like The Game who he has an issue with, Fabolous, MIMS, sharing his thoughts on Jamaican Artists having Visa issues, being inspired by Fetty Wap for a single, upcoming performances, the significance of his locks and facial hair, avoiding conflict and more. Good to see Junior Reid still creating music and influencing many. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.