When Club Shay Shay came on the scene, it was an instant internet sensation, with many people posting and resharing clips from the engaging urban podcast.
The show, which is spearheaded by former NBA player Shannon Sharpe, has become beloved for its in-depth interviews with high-profile entertainment personalities — from sports to hip-hop.
Shannon, who is known for his persona and likability, of course, is always the star of the show. However, his long list of celebrity guests deserves some applause, too. Here are some of the most popular episodes of Club Shay Shay that feature rappers!
Throughout his career, T.I. has been known for his incredible eloquence and charisma. Additionally, he's been candid with fans about his personal life and the obstacles he went through to achieve success. In his interview with Shannon, he gave the NBA player a run-down of some of his business ventures as well as exciting projects that he was working on, both in the music industry and outside of it.
While he was on the show, the two men reminisced on and joked about the viral altercation that Shannon had with some Memphis Grizzlies players, including Ja Morant and Dillon Brooks, and Morant's father, Tee Morant.
DJ Khaled is one of hip-hop's most esteemed music producers and he has made a name for himself thanks to his likability and ability to curate hits.
During his appearance on Club Shay Shay, the renowned hip-hop producer shared with Shannon exclusive details about his hit single "God Did" — a fan-favorite song that featured verses from Jay Z, Lil Wayne, and Rick Ross. The father of two also discussed his career and the success he has accomplished over the years.
Snoop Dogg is well known for his laid-back and down-to-earth persona. He also has a discography that dates back almost 30 years.
In his segment on Club Shay Shay, the two men discussed his impressive music career, sports, and pop culture. Snoop got real about having ghostwriters, noting that although he had written a lot of his raps, he also had other people write for him in the past.
The internet went into a tizzy when news broke that rapper 21 Savage was actually born in the United Kingdom. During his sit-down with Shannon, he delved into his background and what it felt like to be born in London but raised in Atlanta.
The rapper also poignantly shared the challenges that helped him craft his path to music superstardom, including surviving six gunshot wounds and witnessing a friend's tragic murder in 2013 on his 21st birthday.
In the past, DaBaby has been no stranger to the headlines.
The GRAMMY-nominated rapper did a sit-down interview with Shannon to discuss his music and the controversies that have punctuated his career over the years.
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