Angela Yee, Charlamagne Tha God, and DJ Envy host “the world’s most dangerous morning show,” “The Breakfast Club.” This comedy series is loaded with guest interviews, cultural commentary, and news. The hosting trio started out on New York’s radio station WWPR-FM Power 105.1, and they have gained a loyal fanbase with their honest and thought-provoking conversations since 2010. The show has sparked countless viral moments with a versatile guest list from pop culture to politics and more.
Feel free to tune into the podcast’s 1650+ episode archive in any order, running under 2 hours on average, though the most recent episodes are most timely. There was an episode on Kanye West’s behavior as explained in “Big Ego Accountability,” and Breakfast Club Court had lots to say on his rants about his ex-wife Kim, Pete Davidson, and his kids. In the recurring “Donkey of the Day” segment (issued to a different person behaving badly each time), Charlamagne recently gave Kanye this title for his over-the-top reactions with Kim moving on and seeing his kids on TikTok.
The hosts open the phone lines in episodes to hear from listeners. Recently, callers answered the Nick Cannon-inspired question, “How do you like your pickles?” On another episode, listeners shared their opinions on The Tinder Swindler documentary.
In February, Mary J. Blige chatted about the Super Bowl, appearing in the Power series, and her new album. Kodak Black joined “The Breakfast Club” to speak about getting shot, his new music, and comments on working with women in entertainment. Rev. Al Sharpton discussed the social justice movement’s heroes and shared his thoughts on Whoopi Goldberg and Joe Rogan’s separate controversies.
Many guests from politics join “The Breakfast Club,” including Joe Biden’s memorable interview from May 2020 to share his plans for boosting the economy and more. In 2018 and 2019, Kamala Harris joined the podcast for several episodes. The hosts often welcome fellow podcasters like the finance pros from “Earn Your Leisure” and “Laugh & Learn’s” Flame Monroe.
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