Charlamagne Tha God And Kanye West To Team Up For October Event



Kanye’s recent media blunders ended with his album being pushed back by over a month. However, people won’t have to wait til then to get more of Kanye West. Alongside Charlamagne tha God, Kanye West will be giving “TimesTalk” in New York City about anxiety and other mental health issues. The event will be hosted at New York City’s Town Hall on October 17th.

Kanye West has admitted that his mental breakdowns area result of anxiety and other mental health issues. In fact, this conversation took place during an interview with Charlamange tha God.

Charlamange Tha God has also made his history with anxiety public. In his newest book, Charlamagne goes into detail on how his younger years, which were littered with irresponsible, anxiety-inducing events. He talks about how his problems resulted in the person he is today.

Charlamange and Kanye West will return for part 2 of their conversation on October 17th. Jon Carmamanica will moderate the event.

In addition to their past with anxiety, Charlamange Tha God and Kanye West share another quality in common. They are both known to support Donald Trump on occasion. Kanye West’s support of Trump has been vocal, and everyone already knows about it. However, Charlamagne’s comments sometimes fly under the radar.

When Donald Trump spoke about the Brett Kavanaugh controversy, Charlamagne had some positive things to say about Trump’s views. Trump said that it is a dangerous time to be a young man in America, explaining that it is possible to be found guilty of a crime that you didn’t actually do. Charlamange, who has been accused of sexual assault in the past, agreed with Trump. However, Charlamange also said that Kavanaugh know knows how The Central Park 5 felt. Go To This Page to learn more.



Eminem Cements Charlamagne Tha God Hip Hop Status!?!


The art of Hip Hop has come a long way since it’s beginnings at a park in the South Bronx with DJ Kool Herc in 1973. According to Nielson’s year-end report released in the early part of the year, Hip Hop surpassed Rock as the number one genre in music as eight out of ten of the most popular artists around the world currently are from the Hip Hop genre.


The lyrical, poetic verses intertwined with rhythmic beat patterns has become powerful. So, when one of the most iconic Hip Hop artists, Eminem releases a surprise album, it will certainly be talked about. When that album is laced with verbal assaults and disses to numerous people, it will have the Hip Hop culture and community at attention, ready to dissect every line. Eminem recently released a new album called “Kamikaze” which most people were unaware of,even the talking heads in the music industry were caught off guard.


One of those people mentioned on the album was Charlamagne Tha God, co-host of a nationally syndicated radio show called “The Breakfast Club” with Angela Yee and DJ Envy as well as a TV personality and an author.


He is the author of New York times bestsellers: Black Privilege, Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It and Shook One. Eminem mentioned Charlamagne Tha God on his latest album not once, but in two separate songs, “Ringer” and “Fall”. Eminem referenced to how Charlamagne Tha God will always be hating on him, stemming from Charlamagne Tha God not liking his previous album “Revival” and how he rhymed on the BET Hip Hop Awards freestyle cypher from a year ago. Some might be surprised to how Charlamagne responded to being on the album. On his show “The Breakfast Club” he made sure to tell everyone he really enjoyed the new album “Kamikaze” and that he doesn’t always hate on Eminem, he just didn’t like his previous album, “Revival”. He felt the album was forced, and wasn’t Eminem’s best work. Read This Article to learn more..


Charlamagne Tha God actually appreciated the fact Eminem took the time to address him in his music. He was quoted in an interview with Esquire saying, “I am just happy that I have gotten to the level where rappers who can actually rap say my name in records…Early in my career, I was only being dissed by Chingy. Now I’m being dissed by Eminem. Life is great.”


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Charlamagne Tha God honest Review Of Eminem’s New Album Kamikaze



Charlamagne Tha God, one-third of the syndicated morning radio show, The Breakfast Club, the host of two MTV shows and author of the best-selling book Black privilege: Opportunity Comes To Those Who Create it; on Friday, August 31st, 2018 gave his opinion of rapper Eminem latest offering Kamikaze.


Charlemagne’s starts out by saying that in his eyes, Eminem’s last album Revival was “wack” and that it relieved him to see Eminem release a new work. In fact, he says Kamikaze was a “dope” album. This is although on two songs from the album Eminem comes after Charlemagne.


Now Charlemagne is not one to back away from controversy, may have started a new one with his comments to Esquire magazine about the album later the same day. In the piece, he gives his opinion about the use of a homophobic slur describing Tyler the rapper. Charlemagne is quoted as saying “that everyone is entitled to freedom of speech; however, everyone is free to feel offended.” With that, Charlamagne explains that although he grew up with the homophobic word being used in everyday conversation and was not himself offended, he knew Eminem was not only taking on Tyler the Creator but members of the LGBTQ community as well. He wanted to see how members of the LGBTQ community who like hip-hop respond to Eminem for his use of the slur but opines that Eminem does not care about what people think about him. Find Related Information Here.


Charlemagne both on air and in the Esquire interview, says he appreciates Eminem going after the current President of the United States and the current political environment. He believes Eminem’s political statements on this album are more “organic” compared to ones made last year. Charlemagne gives Kamikaze an overall good review and though he has never been an Eminem fan, Charlamagne Tha God acknowledges Eminem as one of rap music’s greatest lyricists. He describes him as a living rap legend, a rap god and an icon; with Kamikaze strengthening the position.