Whats happening world it's B-Ray, ladies call me lytebright. Flint born and raised I come from the dark corners of the civic hood area so if you don't know now you do. I've always been a bit of a wild child, you can hear me on my podcast if you really want to hear me uncut. check that out here [http://bray937.podomatic.com/] I'm still a puppy in the radio game, but I'm enjoying every minute of it. I've always known I would be involved in entertainment but just didn't have a clue where to start
On a cold and gray Roscommon mornin A poor little baby Clay is born In the Ghetto (background) In the ghetto And his mama cries Cause if there's one thing she don't need It's another hungry mouth to feed In the Ghetto (background) In the ghetto That about sums it up! If you want to know anything else just email/call/facebook or throw a brick through my window with a note on it.
The "106 & Park Weekend Countdown" takes the top-rated BET countdown show straight to the radio! On the show "106 & Park Top Ten Live" hosts Terrence and Rocsi count down the top 20 requests of the week, while offering celebrity news and gossip to boot, plus interviews with hot celebrity guests.
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, the duo grew disaffected with Power's move to R&B, at the expense of hip-hop, and left. Shortly after leaving Power 106 in 1999, the duo briefly had an afternoon show on KKBT. La
What’s good? This YaBoyLV. You can listen to me Monday through Friday on the '2-6 Fix'. I’m a Flint, MI native, that means born and raised. I attended Flint Northern High School “BIG RED!!” Attended Saginaw Valley State University (Go Cardinals) majored in Communications minor in Marketing. Yup, I’m kind of smart, LOL. People ask me “How did you start in radio?” I simply reply, “Interned.” Never thought I would have a career in radio. I went to col
Michigan born Michigan raised, I literally didn't leave this state for over 6 years but I was ok with that because I love it here so much. I first wanted to get into radio when I was 17 and realized I was to dumb to go to college. Radio is pretty much my life, I have been working in this industry for 3 years now and I have loved every second of it. Before getting in to entertainment I had every job under the sun, I did janitorial work, telemarketing, I even was a pizza shop manager