CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD REFERENCING EMINEM’S KAMIKAZE AND REVIVAL

 

Eminem has been in the limelight for several years now. His fans have been deciphering almost all of his songs after the release of each. His latest album, Kamikaze has been reviewed by fans and critics too since its unexpected release. Charlamagne Tha God is one of the people who has shown an interest in fishing out the best and the worst of the music in the album. This could mostly be because he was mentioned in the song “The Ringer”.

 

Though the line could come out as a diss to some, Charlamagne Tha God doesn’t take it as so. The album, according to Charlamagne, was a makeup for Eminem’s prior disappointing album, “Revival”. He said that not only did he find the song to be below the artist’s standards, but Eminem too thought that he was a letdown. Charlamagne referenced portions of the song that were directed to other artists such as Drake, Tyler the Creator, and Joe Budden. On Tyler the Creator, Charlamagne showed concerns because the song apparently used homophobic inferences which would offend a lot of people, the target included.

 

Being a media personality, Charlamagne’ name is bound to come across in some artist’s music. He is a co-host of The Breakfast Club, a program on iHeartRadio. On television, he appears on Viacom. In addition to that, he also owns a production company called CThaGod World LLC. Charlamagne Tha God is able to reach a lot of people who follow him on social media and through the podcast Brilliant Idiots as well.

 

His roots are in South Carolina. He has been able to grasp the attention of the nation through the interviews he conducts with celebrities concerning hip-hop, politics, the society, and racial issues too. He also authored a bestseller called Black Privilege, Opportunity Comes to Those Who Create It and Shook One.

 

His influence brought him to the radar of rappers, starting off with Chingy and now the most recent one with Eminem. Not only was Charlamagne Tha God mentioned in the Ringer, he was also mentioned in “Fall”, another Eminem track in the album. Charlamagne Tha God is happy about this, stating that his name has now been immortalized in songs. He even hailed Eminem for using his white privilege to reference president Trump and prejudice. He even mentioned liking the album “Kamikaze” as opposed to “Revival” Go Here for more information.

 

 

More about Charlemagne in his profile on https://www.facebook.com/cthagod/

 

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