A standout athlete since childhood, Dominique Blake has written her goals, stuck to her game plan of success, and committed herself to become the very best she can be in every facet of life. Her mission has always been to motivate others to understand that we can be, do, and have anything we desire. Being a professional athlete and international motivational speaker has given Dominique the platform to touch hearts and minds far and wide.
Bronx-born and hip hop raised, HeadKrack’s brand now extends beyond the airwaves also encompassing his ventures as an actor, DJ, lyricist and performer. Listeners and audiences respond to the consistency, stability, respect and loyalty that he brings to music, entertainment and the hip hop culture.
Jordan started his radio career when he was just 12 years old and there was no looking back. After honing his craft on the airwaves in St. Louis and Detroit, Jordan added TV host to his resume when he joined BET’s 106 and Park. He then joined the WKYS team where he hosted the top rated night show from 2014 to 2017.
Washington DC native Angie Ange keeps her finger on the pulse of what’s happening in the community and uses her platform to educate and entertain listeners. Her road to radio began at a very early age.
Billy Sorrells is a writer, performer host and radio personality who is not shy about bringing sexy back to comedy. His sidesplitting insights and observations on real life topics keep audiences listening, laughing…and sometimes debating! Billy got his break when a collection of sketches with his character “Peaches” became a viral hit attracting over 17 […]
Brooklyn-born Lore’l speaks truth to power and keeps the masses informed on the latest juicy celeb gossip. Lore’l first gained fame after launching a rap career at only 16 years old. Her signature voice, laugh and boisterous personality captured the attention of TV producers and she was cast On Season 3 of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: New York.
The Baka Boyz were originally DJs in Bakersfield, California, before moving south to Los Angeles. They first began at Power 106 in 1992 with their show creation, "Friday Nite Flavas". They also developed Power's live mixing "World Famous Roll Call". After achieving high ratings in the morning and afternoon slots at Power for seven years