Moments after Eminem dropped his new album, Kamikaze last week on Friday, the co-host of The Breakfast Club, Charlamagne Tha God, took upon himself to decipher the lyrics of the songs well enough to offer his perceptions on the concepts of the album as the influential rapper is focused on redefining his music career and leave a legacy that would be perpetual.


Charlamagne Tha God woke up on Friday morning to the reports that he had been mentioned by Eminem on his latest album, Kamikaze. He was setting himself ready to kick off his radio show that is popularly known beyond borders. Charlamagne was delighted by the fact that he was called out in the major record and held the belief that he has gained prominence.


Charlamagne Tha God is much convinced that Eminem mentioning him in his bars is a well thought out scheme to storm the mainstream media. He maintains his stand that Revival was not up to the standard which called for the surprise release of Kamikaze. On the other hand, he is concerned about the lyrics of the songs bashing key personalities and homophobic remarks which proves to be offensive at least according to him. Visit This Page for additional information.


In an interview with, he noted that hip-hop fans who happen to be members of the LGBT community would make a fuss about the insensitive lines of the track. Charlamagne Tha God is fascinated by the tendency of the whites leveraging their privilege in order to lower prejudice. He gives thumbs up at how Eminem in the album expresses his views about Trump contrary to his previous session of BET cypher and the Revival album.


Notably, Charlamagne Tha God holds a high opinion of the kamikaze album, which has restored the dominance of Eminem in the industry of hip-hop music ever since the mixed reactions that accompanied the Revival album. He eventually opened up that he has always regarded Eminem as the finest lyricist of our era only that he hardly connects with his world aspects and experiences. He goes on to admit that Eminem is an iconic figure in the world of hip-hop music.


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