BET's ‘The Business of Hip Hop’ Explores the Journey of DJ Envy
His story starts in Queens, spinning at college parties, and escalates to hosting the hottest hip hop radio show in the nation.
BET’s ‘The Business of Hip Hop’ Explores the Journey of DJ Envy
Before ruling the airwaves, DJ Envy made mixtapes and mastered the turntables. Then one day, he grabbed the mic and discovered his way inside the business of hip hop.
S1The Breakfast ClubThe Breakfast Club On BET: Your Weekly Recap of Drama, Comedy and Everything In Between
This week’s rumor report involves Stephen A. Smith’s comments about Kim Kardashian, lies in the workplace, the lawsuit against Lizzo, and the future of A.I. in Hollywood.
'The Breakfast Club' Recap: Running Back Hot Topics with DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God
The team discusses Dr. Dre’s regrets about turning down collabs with Michael Jackson, Prince and more.
Layzie Bone on Working with Both Tupac and BiggieBET Awards 2023
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's Layzie Bone reflects on his successful career in hip hop, including recording music with both Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Yo-Yo Talks Money and 50 Years of Hip HopBET Awards 2023
Rapper Yo-Yo talks about not making the money she deserved early in her music career, the experiences she gained over the years and her cooking show "Downright Delicious."
Michael Blackson Doesn't Sacrifice Style for ComfortBET Awards 2023
Comedian Michael Blackson discusses his hot red carpet look, growing up on hip-hop music and trying to dress like Big Daddy Kane as a teenager.
Kid Capri on How Hip Hop Proved the Skeptics WrongBET Awards 2023
DJ Kid Capri reflects on 50 years of hip hop and how the genre became more than a fad, and his daughter Vina Love shows off her old school-inspired gown.
S1The Breakfast ClubThe Breakfast Club on BET Recap - June 23, 2023
On this week’s recap, DJ Envy and Jess Hilarious weigh in on the Russell Simmons family drama, pull a Rumor Report on Jeezy and give Joseline Hernandez career tips.
Brands, Bread and Brilliance
Journalists, producers and agents summarize hip hop's rise from underground art form to billion-dollar corporate industry, and debate the pros and cons of sponsorships and brand extensions.