Category: TV Personality

Charlamagne Tha God, Radio And Television Producer

 

Charlamagne is the cohost of hip-hop iHeart radio program. He is participating in songs and movies production. He was born on June 29, 1978, and brought up in South Carolina. Today, Charlamagne is one of the unique and compelling media personality. He is a radio presenter. In the week in jams, he is a VJ together with DJ Envy.

In 2015, charlamagne began hosting uncommon sense which is an MTV2 show. During his internship program at the radio station, he became the second mic to Wendy Williams who is a radio host.

In 2010, Charlamagne started to host The Breakfast Club together with other two colleagues in the city of New York

In 2011, he was acting as one of the members in Guy code. Guy code is a show in the television that familiarizes people with a special behavior particularly for men. The show came to an end in March 2015.

In 2017, Charlamagne had already a published book the Black Privilege. His book contains positive reviews. It explains Black privilege as a street-smart self-help guide. His book was ranked number six on May 7, 2017, in New York Times list of best – selling hardback non- fiction.

Charlamagne told Esquire that it’s always cool when someone gets immortalized on records. He was happy because he had reached the point where rappers are who can rap say their names are in the records without considering whether it is a diss or not. On his part, life is great.

 

Charlamagne Tha God likes Kamikaze. He thinks Kamikaze is good. He explains that Eminem is one of the greatest rappers of all time and also a living legend. He is also one of the greatest lyricists ever.

He explains that what he thinks about the new album of Eminem including the rappers Trump bashing and the usage of homophobic slurs against Tyler, the creator who was said to be bisexual openly on his album by the name Flower boy.  Click Here to learn more.

 

Source article: https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/music/a22886210/charlamagne-tha-god-eminem-homophobic-lgbtq-kamikaze-interview/