Robin Thicke who is riding high on the international success of his new smash “Blurred Lines” which turns out to be the name of his upcoming album, stops by The Breakfast Club to chopping it up about a few topics.
Among those topics was the success of the new single, the comparisons to Justine Timberlake to which he feels there is enough room for both and the comparisons are warranted. Being that they are both white, married to actresses and making black music.
He also talks about turning down the second season of Real Husbands Of Hollywood to finish his new album.
Robin also talks about getting in the film industry with a new short film he directed.
In addition he talked about artists that inspire him which includes Drake, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, the only R&B artist he gave props to was Miguel.
Speaking of Drake, Robin also dropped a gem that his second single is going to be a track produced by Will.i.am and features 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar.
Drake briefly talks with MTV about his new single “Started From The Bottom“ which is the most popular track on IHHM. The single has received mixed reactions from fans and haters, with main focus being about Drake not really being from the bottom.
Drake wants people to know that his career hasn’t been a fluke and he and his team worked really hard to get here.
Wiz Khalifa chops it up with DJ Whoo Kid on his show DJ Whoo Kid’s Whoolywood Shuffle radio show on Sirius Shade 45. He touched on various topics which included having sex with Amber Rose while she’s pregnant, working with 50 Cent on Telescope, as well as maybe doing a movie & soundtrack.
He also talked why the usual suspects like Snoop Dogg, Curren$y and Mac Miller weren’t on the album.
other topics included working with Drake, Lil Wayne and collaborations on the “O.N.I.F.C.” album.
T.I. is on his promo run for his album Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head, and he’s been hitting up all the radio stations across the country. While in NY, you know he had to stop by Hot 97.
He chopped it up with Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg, during the interview T.I.P talks about still carrying a gun for self defense, accusations of snitching, signing Iggy Azalea and his plans with her career, and defends B.o.B. for marketing himself to the “pop” audience.
B.o.B went the Pop route to get his money, but if you followed him from the early days you’d know that he was making street music and still does, just look at Still In This Bitch.
The RZA speaks on the dynamics and hidden layers in his new movie “The Man With The Iron Fists,” out Nov. 2nd. The movie stars Russel Crowe, Lucy Lui, David Bautista, Cung Le, Pam Grier, Rick Yune, and The RZA himself who explains each character has an in-depth back story which could lead to sequels and prequels. Interview by Shane Gill | Shot & Edited by Guy Blelloch. In the second clip, he speaks on working with Quentin Tarantino with VH1.