Even if you're only a casual fan hip-hop music and/or culture, you'll surely recognize the names Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee. Together, they make up the trio morning show hosts on Power 105.1, affectionately dubbed "The Breakfast Club." The syndicated radio show is going stronger than ever, thanks in part some viral moments generated by memorable guest interviews. Now, the trio find themselves covering The Source magazine after taking the crown as rap's most powerful radio personalities.
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Dressed and posing in such a way to evoke the publication's classic cover featuring The Firm (Nas, Foxy and AZ), the three broadcasters have been touted as the hosts “The World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show" - or at least that's how it's marketed to the public. They have taken home their fifth consecutive Power 30 #1 Radio spot from The Source, an accomplishment that is damn impressive and vaults these three individuals to damn near iconic status. Check out the cover below.
Though it ten gets lost in the shuffle the day-to-day grind churning out content, everyone over at The Breakfast Club should be proud how they've been able to grow over the years. Theirs is the most listened to Syndicated Urban Contemporary Morning Show in America right now, boasting nearly 4 Million listeners weekly, which is remarkable considering that many consumers are tuning out radio as a medium. The program is syndicated in 80 plus markets, not including the Armed Forces, and can be heard in 150 countries
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Charlamagne Th God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee: we salute you!