Charlamagne Tha God, in an exclusive interview with Esquire, revealed his reaction towards Eminem, an American rapper, mention him in his new album called Kamikaze. He admits he realized it through twitter mentions in his handle. Charlamagne reflected on the fact that he is glad that he is at a point in his life where rappers of high stature such as Eminem can mention him in their songs whether he is mentioned in a negative manner or a positive one. He even jokes saying that early in his life the only mention, in an artist’s song, he got early in his career was through a negative assertion by a musician known as Chingy. He thus says getting mentioned by Eminem is more of an achievement than an achievement.
Charlamagne Tha God is mentioned in two tracks of the album namely: The Ringer and fall. The presenter also shared his two cents on the overall message of the record including the rapper’s view towards the president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, as well as the sexuality mentioned against Tyler Perry about being and revealing his sexuality of being bisexual. He says that in his own belief that Eminem does not care or put considerations towards offending the LGBT community in his music. See This Page for additional information.
The presenter also says that the rapper’s comments towards the president as sane and advantageous being that the rapper is white and thus has the privilege of doing so without seeming bias. In his own words that the rapper is using his white privilege to fight the injustices evidenced in the nation. In conclusion, the presenter says he likes the whole album and considers the rapper to being among the greatest of his generation; calling him a rap god as well as a living legend.
Charlamagne Tha God is a Cable and Radio presenter in the USA. His real name is Lenard Larry Mckelvey. He is a presenter of the renowned show called The Breakfast Club. He is also a video jockey working for a show called The Week in Jams. His mentor was Wendy Williams who worked together on a show called The Wendy Williams Experience.
Charlamagne Tha God is a household name in entertainment. As one of the co-hosts of the hip-hop morning show, ‘The Breakfast Club,’ on iHeartRadio, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see where he got the inspiration for his new book entitled “Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me.” The title comes from two hip-hop songs that speak out against being anxious and afraid, which is mostly what his second written work explains.