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The Breakfast Club Interview w/ Maxine Waters

Maxine Waters, who serves as the U.S. Representative for California’s 43rd congressional district, sits down with the Breakfast Club to discuss Hip-Hop, The detriment of redlining, Censorship, and how we all should reclaim our time.

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The Breakfast Club Interview w/ Malcolm Gladwell

The Breakfast Club may have some of the greatest guests and interviews. Malcolm Gladwell is one of the genius minds that we need in this world and as always I learn something new whenever he speaks. With that being said, I’ll finally crack open the Tipping point sometime this summer.

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The Breakfast Club Interview w/ Dave Chappelle and Donnell Rawlings

It’s great to see these guys back together again. If you ever watched the Chappelle Show on Comedy Central, then you’d know how integral Donnell was to the cast along with the late Charlie Murphy. I’m looking forward to what else Dave has up his sleeve.

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The Breakfast Club Interview w/ @GaryVee

You can always count on receiving gems of wisdom from Gary Vaynerchuk. I subscribed to his channel a little while ago and all of his videos provide inspiration of some sort. One of my favorite pieces of advice that I’ve gotten from him via his content is to do something because you love it and prepare to work work and work.

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What I Learned from @CThaGod

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While in Barnes And Noble on a Friday evening a week and half ago, I stood in line for about an hour and fifteen minutes to have my copy of Charlamagne’s recent book Black Privilege signed. While waiting to on the first floor to reach the third floor I started to debate on whether or not I wanted to actually go through with it and I also wondered why everyone else was there. Whenever I’m in line for anything that’s taking a bit of time, my thoughts go everywhere and I think about everything. Fortunately for all of us in attendance, the wait wasn’t too bad. Continue reading

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The Breakfast Club Interview w/ Emory Jones

If you’ve listened to Hov over the years or followed Roc-A-Fella since it’s inception, then the name Emory Jones should be very familiar to you. Jay-Z would always mention Emory in his rhymes and it kept his name alive during his imprisonment. After his incarceration, he joined RocNation as a lifestyle specialist and the rest is history.

Peace to “Vegas” Jones!

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