Charlamagne Tha God, co-host of the hip-hop iHeartRadio program The Breakfast Club, gives his take On Eminem’s “Kamikaze” album. Eminem’s fans and The Breakfast Club are still decoding the album, lyric by lyric. But Charlamagne Tha God feels having his name mentioned in the rapper’s song “The Ringer” means he must give a response about his reaction to hearing it.
Charlamagne Tha God, a New York Times best-selling author, knows that words make an impact. On the August 31st radio program, he references the line from The Ringer- “Charlamagne gonna hate anyway, doesn’t matter what I say.” Charlamagne talks about how he doesn’t hate but will tell the truth. The truth is he thinks Eminem’s Kamikaze album is dope, which he stated openly in his post to his Instagram followers.
Charlamagne Tha God is famous for his direct and raw interviews that upset some people. Charlamagne won’t apologize for his methods and feels he must be touching a nerve when he gets a mention in a track like “The Ringer.”
Charlamagne Tha God doesn’t feel disrespected for the allusion, even if Eminem believed he was sending a message to Charlamagne for his diss of Revival. He feels Eminem himself felt Revival was wack and that was why Eminem slipped out the Kamikaze album.
Charlamagne and the Power 105.1 club discuss the other artists who caught Eminem’s wrath. Specifically, the homophobic slur used in the mention of Tyler The Creator.
Even if Eminem was quoting from a statement Tyler made about himself, Charlamagne Tha God talks about how it goes further than Tyler and strikes at all the gay people around the world. Whether or not Eminem cares at all about such things remains to be seen.
Raised in a quiet town in South Carolina, Charlamagne Tha God started out as a radio intern and rose quickly to become a star media personality. Along with the nationally syndicated radio show, he also now is executive producer for his own production company, CThaGod World LLC, and co-hosts the podcast, Brilliant Idiots. He enjoys all topics related to hip-hop, as well as politics, race and societal issues. Go Here for related Information.