Before Marvel’s Black Panther had the game on smash, Marvel’s Luke Cage had the internet going nuts thanks to its cleverly written storyline, solid and relatable characters, and overall Hip-Hop influenced theme (peep our season 1 recaps).
Now that season 2 is finally upon us the three biggest parts of what made the show such a success, writer Cheo Hodari Coker, heartthrob Simone Missick, and the show’s star Mike Colter swung through The Breakfast Club to talk about the show and it’s relevance to today’s American culture.
Taking and answering questions from the morning trio, the three legs to the Luke Cage tripod talk about why that Biggie portrait became a part of the show, the awkwardness of those sex scenes, and how 90’s music inspired the Bushmaster’s background story.
Here are the 8 things we learned from the cast of Luke Cage on The Breakfast Club.
8 Things We Learned From The Cast of Luke Cage on The Breakfast Club was originally published on hiphopwired.com