Charlamagne Tha God Listens To New Album


The Breakfast Club has become a well-known radio show. The cohosts of this show have become one of the biggest names associated with the hip hop culture. The show talks all things related to music, fashion, pop culture and celebrity. So, when Lil Wayne dropped his album, the one that has been in the works for the past decade, The Breakfast Club quickly discussed their likes and dislikes of the album.

Charlemagne Tha God is known for being very blunt and to the point. The opinionated cohost of The Breakfast Club wasn’t at first too happy about the album. Many anticipated this and many love it. But as for Charlemagne Tha God he questions if this was the best Lil Wayne could offer. The lyrics seemed a bit made up. The songs did not reveal his musical abilities. Charlemagne Tha God noticed that immediately. But to give the rapper a fair shot, Charlemagne Tha God listened to the album over and over again. After a total of five times, the radio presenter was neutral about how he felt about Lil Wayne’s album. Tha Carter V. was not the best of his albums according to the radio presenter. But he feels as though Lil Wayne has already become such a legend in music that this album has no influence over his career. See This Article for more information.

Charlemagne is known from many things like television, radio and movies. He has created a successful career working in media and writing books. His life now mirrors the complete office of what he life once mirrored during his days as a young boy. He was raised by his parents in a small South Carolina town. His childhood was rough. To make ends meet, he sold drugs. This life led run ins with the law. Charlamagne Tha God began to create a track history of arrests for himself. But getting an internship at a radio station changed his life. It led to him being monitored by radio legend Wendy Williams. All of this laid the foundation for him to be a successful host of radio and television.


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The Celebrated Media Personality, Charlamagne Tha God, Shares The Story Behind His Achievements


Lenard Larry McKelvey who goes by the stage name; Charlamagne tha God is a celebrated American radio presenter, author as well as TV personality. He hosts a popular radio show, The Breakfast Club, alongside Angela and DJ Envy. He has become an inspiration to many owing to the success he has achieved. In a discussion, he talked about his book, Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me, with Bill Rhoden.


The book reveals the little known side of Charlamagne tha God. He discusses the reasons that informed his decision to visit a therapist as well as his anxiety and stress issues. The title of the book was inspired by Mobb Deep’s song “Shook Ones” and “Mind Playing Tricks on Me” by Geto Boys.


The “Shook Ones” song talks about not being shaken by anything. However, he has had it rough because of fear issues. Charlamagne said that fear had informed his decisions and he was as not as strong as he thought he was. The fear, he claimed, was as a result of racism among other fights he faced.


The Geto Boys’ song, “Mind Playing Tricks on Me”, highlights anxiety. According to Lenard Larry, he struggled with anxiety issues derived from the way he was treated as a black-American. The issues piled up enough to make him visit a therapist. In addition, he needed to reconcile with his past. Charlamagne Tha God had done some things in the past that he is not proud of.


Currently, he has found himself and he has two daughters. He revealed that issues surrounding women concerns him while talking about #MeToo movement. He wants to contribute to making the world a better place for women at large.


Although Charlamagne Tha God has changed from selling crack in Carolina to become a celebrated celebrity, it concerns him that people still judge him basing on his past. He emphasized that he is a different and better person.


Charlamagne tha God who is also a director and actor talked about the exchange between the president and LeBron James. He went ahead to say that he won’t watch the NFL. His decision was based on what he termed as violation of the rights of the blacks and brown people by the police. Read This Article to learn more about Charlamagne’s books.


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