A musical “call and response,” according to Wikipedia, “is a succession of two distinct phrases usually played by different musicians, where the second phrase is heard as a direct commentary on or response to the first.”
Sometimes, a live audience offers the response. A charming example comes from Cab Calloway’s 1931 hit “Minnie the Moocher,” which becomes so comically complex as to overwhelm the audience.
The call and response form can be found in jazz and classical and folk, in churches and synagogues and secular gatherings, and everywhere from West Africa to Cuba to England.
It should not be found in your media interviews.