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The Breakfast Club Now in Canada


– The Breakfast Club Joins Toronto’s Hip Hop – FLOW 93-5 on March 16 –

– First International Syndication for The Breakfast Club –

Orbyt Media, Canada’s premier content syndication group, and Premiere Networks, the #1 syndicator of personality-driven radio programming in the United States, today announced a new, expanded agreement to distribute THE BREAKFAST CLUB – the most-listened-to Black contemporary morning show in America – across Canada. Effective immediately, the popular morning show, which reaches 4.4 million weekly listeners on 90 stations in the U.S., will be available to Canadian music stations.

As part of the agreement, THE BREAKFAST CLUB joins Toronto’s Hip Hop – FLOW 93-5 in the Monday through Friday, 6–10 a.m. ET timeslot, beginning March 16.

THE BREAKFAST CLUB is a four-and-a-half-hour morning show featuring DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God's unrivaled interviews with celebrities and recording artists. From megastars like Kevin Hart, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez, and Arnold Schwarzenegger to rap icons such as Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Nicki Minaj, every guest visiting THE BREAKFAST CLUB is grilled with their signature blend of honesty, wit, and humour. THE BREAKFAST CLUB originates from the legendary Power 105.1/WWPR-FM in New York and can be heard in markets such as Houston, Atlanta, Miami, Detroit, Minneapolis, St. Louis and Pittsburgh.

“Through our extended partnership with Premiere Networks, we continue to bring the best radio content to stations across Canada,” said Rob Farina, Head of Radio Content and Strategy, at Bell Media. “We’re the first to make The Breakfast Club’s weekday radio show available in international syndication and we’re sure this will make a great addition to mornings.”

“There is no brand in Canada more synonymous with Hip Hop than FLOW 93-5. And there is no radio morning show in the world more synonymous with Hip Hop than The Breakfast Club,” said Steve Parsons, General Manager of Stingray Radio. “With the addition of The Breakfast Club to FLOW 93-5, we strengthen our commitment to serving the people of Toronto with the best hip hop and the best on-air talent.”

“The Breakfast Club is one of the leading tastemakers in Hip Hop, and their brand of entertainment engages millions of fans across multiple platforms,” said Julie Talbott, Premiere Networks President. “We’re excited to work with our partners at Orbyt Media to syndicate The Breakfast Club across Canada, and we couldn’t be happier to mark our expanded partnership by launching The Breakfast Club on Toronto’s only Hip Hop station, FLOW 93-5!” 

Orbyt Media and Premiere Networks most recently partnered to bring THE BOBBY BONES SHOW, the #1 country morning radio show in the U.S., as well as the popular weekend countdown show, COUNTRY TOP 30 WITH BOBBY BONES, to markets across Canada.

Cesar and (DJ) Envy’s Real Estate Seminar Scores High Marks

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Black radio personalities, rap radio stations,r&b radio station, hip hop music radio, black female singersYesterday, I got a chance to check out Deeeeee J Envy’s real estate seminar in downtown Los Angeles. I’ve been an agent for 10 years and I’ve been to seminars like this before. Most, if not all of the time, the seminars are a waste of time; the presenters tease you with information and then want you to pay thousands to get more info, even having charge card receptor setups in the back of the event to get your credit card info to hold your money on a credit card in order to get you to commit.  I’ve been following Envy on IG for quite some time, and it’s no secret that he’s a brilliant real estate mogul who has created his wealth by making several purchases (some mistakes during the crash in 2008) in the industry before partnering up and solidifying the process. He’s a legitimate pro at it but what’s more impressive is he wants to pay it forward. Several months ago, Envy told me that he once purchased a house when he was younger after getting a check for a DJ gig. He said that he could not afford a house in NYC proper so he purchased a house on the outskirts. He said the ride was excruciating back and forth each day so he decided to sell the house a few months after buying it. He sold it four months later and was surprised to see that he made the same amount in profit that he paid for the house. At that point, he made the decision that this was something he wanted to do on the side from that point on WITH radio. I have to admit, it is quite very rare that I have come into contact with Black radio people who see the benefit and that importance of a true side hustle unrelated to radio. Over the years this has been painstaking for me because I knew it was always falling on deaf ears when I talked about it on this site. Quite often I’ve seen a LOT of one-trick pony’s who only want to do radio. That’s a great mistake. Tomorrow is not promised and neither is a gig. Envy consistently promotes his desire to help create wealth for the black community with his business partner Cesar by doing what I have rarely seen other real estate entrepreneurs do. He literally GIVES his ideas and his hard lessons away. Whatever you want, give it away and it comes back tenfold. It's just the truth. I learned more at Envy’s four-hour event that I’ve known as a licensed agent for 10 years. Agents are not often privy to investor concepts because many don’t invest. they help sell and buy homes, but in every industry, there is the opportunity to increase one’s earnings buy educating yourself and expanding your skillset. As I said, when I walked into the packed event I expected to see what I have seen before, a teaser to get participants to spend more money. My interest peaked to go to the event, to see what Envy was talking about and for my own personal financial gain. Trying to get my Fitbit steps, I parked far enough away from the event to get about 5000 steps in, when I got there I was so impressed, I had to walk that same distance back to my car, in the 100 degree sun to get my other camera (which ended up having a dead battery) so that I could get some pics. When I got back to the event and Envy was standing right next to me aa we started talking about the seminar. It was extremely well organized, with excellent speakers who were not just informative but, engaging and funny. He had everything there from a real estate attorney to a young investor who was also an agent to several other reps who explained the process of auction sites and more. It was 4 hours packed full of great information that seemed to go by in an hour. There is another person who pushes a real estate seminar that costs close to $4000. Envy’s seminar cost $100.00. He told me he’s not done with this tour yet and he’s going to Houston next. I HIGHLY recommend this event. Generational wealth is not just the key it's imperative. PARTICIPANTS: DJ Envy (The Breakfast Club Radio Show host, DJ, Real Estate Entrepreneur) Cesar Pina (rehabbed) Jennifer Pina ( Cesar’s wife and entrepreneur) Broker Cody Presley (COO and investor) Sabine K. Franco, Attorney for Franco Law Firm and CEO0 Mathew Garland (Flagstar Bank) Jose Rodriquez jr. (Clean State Credit Solutions) Kenya McGill (Auction.com) radio facts,radio djs,Black adult,Urban Radio,
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Lil Durk Talks to The Breakfast About Why He Left Def Jam


“They didn’t really know what to do with me.”

Lil Durk stops by The Breakfast Club Radio Show and discusses why he left big label Def Jam. He explains to them how he felt that Def Jam was holding him back. His new signee King Von joins the interview as well. He talks to Charlamagne tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy on why he signed King Von. King Von was just released from prison and explains how he started rapping a few months ago. The two also explains how King Von is still trying to learn all the new things from social media. He also talks about his hometown Chicago, and how he feels like Chicago artists need to leave to succeed. Charlamagne asks how he feels about Kanye West moving back, and he explains how a lot of people loved it and other didn’t care. Later in the interview, Lil Durk talks about his relationship with girlfriend India. He talks about how one day he wants to marry her You can watch the full interview down below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2jRTTnANSo

J Prince Speaks On Drake, Birdman & His Upcoming Memoir ‘Respect’ On The Breakfast...


J Prince Speaks On Drake, Birdman & His Upcoming Memoir On The Breakfast Club Radio Show

Having just released his memoir, The Art & Science of Respect, J Prince stopped by The Breakfast Club Radio Show to drop gems in-between the exciting stories of his own experiences while in the rap game. Sitting with The Breakfast Club Radio Show, Prince talks about talking Drake out of releasing that response record to Pusha T, trying to convince Biggie and Puff to leave LA before Big was killed, and getting set up by elected officials. Check out the full interview below: https://youtu.be/o2_OS8yq3qs