In this week’s inspiring interview, listeners can tune in to hear how Charlamagne got his start working for the legendary Wendy Williams and how he discovered his passion for radio.
Throughout the interview, Charlamagne also talks about how a simple piece of advice from his mom helped him transcend the circumstances of his childhood, why presenting his authentic self to the world is so important to him, and why hip hop culture is pop culture.
Plus, Charlamagne shares his thoughts on the power of podcasting and why he prefers the intimacy of audio over TV. Check out the audio below.
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