By Alyssa Debonair
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
In the early 2000s, “106 & Park” became the go-to place for all the latest in hip hop and black music culture. The days of AJ and Free were the best of the series, nothing against Terrence J and Rocsi. But, the days when AJ and Free ran things were memorable.
AJ Calloway quickly became a big name in the music industry, often showing up in various music videos. On top of that, his name was frequently dropped, referencing the game. The cultural impact of their version of “106 & Park” is similar to “The Breakfast Club,” today.
Recently, AJ Calloway stopped by “The Breakfast Club,” where he spoke with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. There, he spoke about his time on the show and all the attention it brought him. This wouldn’t be “The Breakfast Club” without some off the wall Charlamagne question, which became the running clubs discussion.
Watch the entire interview below:
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