The Breakfast Club (radio show)

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The Breakfast Club
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GenreTalk, Hip hop, Politics
Running time4 hours
Country of originUnited States
Home stationPower 105.1
(New York City)
SyndicatesPremiere Networks
TV adaptationsSimulcast on Revolt
StarringDJ Envy
Angela Yee
Charlamagne tha God
Produced byEddie F.
Original release2010 (at WWPR-FM)
since 2013 (Syndication) – present
Opening theme"Smells Like Teen Spirit" performed by Nirvana
WebsiteOfficial website

The Breakfast Club is an American syndicated radio show based in New York City hosted by DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne tha God.[1] It currently airs in 90 plus markets around the country and on REVOLT every morning. Common topics of discussion on the show are celebrity gossip (especially in the hip hop industry), progressive politics, sexual and dating issues.


The Breakfast Club was established December 2010 on Power 105.1 as a local morning show.[2] In April 2013, Premiere Networks (WWPR-FM's corporate cousin through owner Clear Channel Communications, now iHeartMedia) launched a weekend version of the show, Weekends with the Breakfast Club, which is a Top 20 Countdown. Four months later, The Breakfast Club was rolled out into syndication.[3] Since March 2014, The Breakfast Club has been simulcast on REVOLT.[4]



  • Front Page News
  • Get It Off Your Chest
  • The Rumor Report
  • Ask Yee (Wednesday and Thursdays)
  • Donkey of the Day
  • Freaky Friday (Friday)
  • Positive note of the day
  • Call in and Weigh in
  • Interview
  • Goon Toons (Friday)
  • People's Choice Mix
  • Shoot Your Shot (Tuesday)

Past/Recurring segments[edit]

  • The Freezer
  • Slander the Breakfast Club
  • After the Club
  • New Song of the day
  • The Decision (Mondays)
  • Hoe Appreciation Day 2


There are currently 38 affiliated stations currently airing The Breakfast Club radio show.


  1. ^ "Premiere Radio Networks". Premiere Radio.
  2. ^ "New York's Power 105.1 Introduces New Morning Show".
  3. ^ "Clear Channel Begins Breakfast Club Syndication Rollout".
  4. ^ "The Breakfast Club is coming to REVOLT!".
  5. ^ "Lil Duval Jokes About Murdering Transgender Women, Leads To 'The Breakfast Club' Boycott". Essence. July 31, 2017. Retrieved October 3, 2017.
  6. ^ Eligon, John (August 6, 2017). "Transgender African-Americans' Open Wound: 'We're Considered a Joke'". The New York Times. Retrieved October 3, 2017.
  7. ^ Starr, Terrell Jermaine (August 1, 2017). "Trans Black Women Are Petitioning Charlamagne tha God Over Transphobic Comments on Show". The Root. Retrieved October 3, 2017.

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