As Angela Yee departs from The Breakfast Club, Cardi B guest-hosting the morning show could coincide with the rollout for her new album.
Calling into The Breakfast Club Thursday morning (December 1), was one of hip hop’s top stars, Cardi B. Wishing Angela Yee a successful transition to her new venture, Cardi B is going to miss the iconic morning show trio. Although The Breakfast Club will continue with Charlamagne and DJ Envy, along with a new studio and setup, Angela Yee is moving on to a her own show.
As reported back in August by Yee, the radio personality is launching her new show “Way Up With Angela Yee” via iHeart Radio. “This is really exciting,” she said back on August 10th. “This is something that I’ve been waiting to do for years now, way before the pandemic. I had actually sat down with our big boss…and I was telling her, like, ‘Look, I really wanna have my own show.’ You know, I have my podcast ‘Lip Service’ and I was thinking I would be able to get something like a weekend situation…“They approached me at iHeart … and told me that they are gonna give me my very own show.”
After singing Angela Yee a farewell song, Cardi B entertained the possibility of guest-hosting the “world’s most dangerous morning show.” Approached with the idea by Charlamagne, Cardi B was intrigued. “You gonna come guest-host in the new year, Cardi? You come fill in,” said Cthagod. “When you’re album drops, you should come up here the whole week and be on Monday through the album release date on that Friday. You’re right in Jersey, you could be here all week. That could be part of the roll out.”
Cardi B appears to be all in with the idea. The “WAP” rapper would also get the opportunity to interview other artists and bring some of her own artists she has recently “co-signed” as hip hop’s next top stars.
Now the question is, when will Cardi B guest-host The Breakfast Club. Perhaps in April during the 5th year anniversary of Cardi’s debut studio album, “Invasion of Privacy,” as suggested by Charlamagne. The guest-hosting opportunity and the five year anniversary would tie into Cardi finally releasing her sophomore album.
“I have no choice. I have to put it out,” said Cardi B referring to her upcoming studio album. “I have a couple of songs that are definite, but I don’t know. I don’t know what’s going on with me. I need to just make up my mind and put it out. I think I’m too much in my head about it, because they are some songs that people on my team are like, ‘You just need to release it.'”