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    Sex Talk and Slow Jams is an overnight radio adult theme music-intensive program with 10-12 songs an hour – R&B and slow jams from the 70s, 80s, 90s, to today. Hosted by Raymond Foxx. Special guests, live in-studio musical performances, and listeners' confessions, apologies, and dedications as well as pillow talk

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    The DJ Kam Show

    “Bring the beat back!” Born in the mecca of Hip-Hop - “New York City” – Brooklyn native DJ Kam was influenced by radio personalities such as Mr. Magic and DJ Red Alert, they embedded in him the desire to study the art form of “DJing”. Always following the sound of “good music,” DJ Kam began to cultivate his curiosity about the rebellious Hip Hop culture during its golden era. When Kam’s parents moved him from the Empire State to the suburbs of the Garden State, the seeds of Hip-Hop philosophy bloomed and enabled him to further delve into his journey in discovering the jungle of Hip-Hop. Without many new friends in the subdued suburbs of New Jersey, Kam turned to what he loved - music. He started experimenting on his cousin’s DJ equipment and to deter Kam from destroying the equipment, his cousin Tyree taught him how to operate the turntables and command control over the music with his hands, thereby unleashing a bundle of creativity that was built up in Kam. Having taken creative mental notes from years of listening to Hip-Hop forefathers DJ Kool Herc, Grand Wizzard Theodore, Afrikka Bambaataa, and DJ Marley Marl, and now armed with the technical training he received from his cousin, Kam combined the two and began to make a name for himself throughout his new town. From his first paid DJing job at age 13, Kam established himself as the premier in-house high school DJ and became the “it” guy on the party scene. His passion for DJing superseded all his other hobbies such as basketball, football, and baseball. He studied radio and TV in high school and enlisted himself as the 1st on-air, daily radio DJ his school had ever had! Kam attempted to pursue a more traditional career path after high school, but something in him kept telling him to, “bring the beat back” which for music maestro DJ Kam was not a problem! He was good at it and being compensated for it was an excellent motivator for the once shy kid from out of town to turn this one-time musical fantasy into a reality. Kam enrolled in The Art Institute of Philadelphia and studied radio broadcasting. His traditional and nontraditional training has taken him to the studios of Princeton, NJ radio station WPRB 103.3 and Dash Radio, the Jazzfest, Delaware State University, and to owning two record stores and having ownership in the Music Factory Record Store. In 1998, DJ Kam transitioned on to mainstream radio in Philadelphia - the nation’s #7 radio market - to work for Radio One’s 103.9 The Beat, where he created mix shows for the morning, day, and night shifts. Kam was a fixture at the station, having held a 10-year posture as one of Philly’s more sought-after DJs. He has DJ'ed at the 4040 Club in Atlantic City NJ and Club Providence in NJ/NY, and for Big Daddy Kane, Captain Rock (RIP), Will Traxx, Fearless Four, Crash Crew, and a host of others. Kam eventually went on to work as a trailblazing mixologist for XM radio. During his stint on the satellite frequency, radio listenership went up from thousands to ten-million listeners per day! Kam keeps “an ear to the streets,” which enables the music lover to do his job so effectively. Celebrities such as Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Ray J, and others have sought him out to create the sounds for their album release parties and other events. He has also provided his unique blends to television viewers on cable networks through Music Choice programming, which services over 50 million subscribers across the United States. At the present, DJ Kam and his business partners have cooperatively started an internet station entitled Free Agent Radio, where they intend to keep good music from varying eras of the Hip Hop and R&B genres at its core. He is also the host of “The DJ Kam Show” which airs weekdays 10am-1pm on FreeAgentRadio.com and Power 102 Jamz, as well as the “The Traffic Jam Mix with DJKam” a daily one hour mix that’s a syndicated feature available daily on BroadCast HipHop Network, a digital streaming network on the iHeart Radio App that features music and original content for hip-hop culture. DJ Kam’s undeniable love for music has allowed him to be an unstoppable movement. Spinning music is the heartbeat of this heavy-hitter, he will definitely make the party people rock! Across the country DJ Kam is a well-known master of the turntables’, a trailblazer, he is a legend in his own time. “My job is pure passion, I provide an entertainment service. People work hard all week, my turntable and I allow for an escape - where people can release their anxieties, and just let go and ride with the music.” DJ Kam

    The Traffic Jam Mix With Heavy Hitter DJ Kam

    Bring the beat back! For music maestro, DJ Kam, that is never a problem! Spinning music is the heart beat of this Heavy-Hitter. Across the country, DJ Kam is a well-known master of the turntables, known to make the party people rock. Always following the sound of “good music” DJ Kam is a legend in his own time. Born in the mecca of Hip-Hop, New York City, DJ Kam is a Brooklyn native. As a young boy, into his formative teenage years, Kam ‘s curiosity of the rebellious young Hip Hop culture, in its golden era, began to grow. Radio influences of the time such as Mr. Magic and DJ Red Alert, embedded in him the desire to study the art form of “DJing”. So when DJ Kam’s parents moved him from the Empire State of mind of NY, to the Garden State suburbs of NJ, the seeds of Hip-Hop philosophy only blossomed and sent DJ Kam further into discovering his journey in the jungle of Hip-Hop. Although young Kam was uprooted from the big city of dreams, he says the move probably was what enabled him to forge towards a future career in music. Packed in Kam’s bags at his new residence was a bundle of creativity waiting to be unleashed. Without many new friends in the subdued suburbs, Kam turned to what he loved…music. Kam went about experimenting with his older cousin’s records and turntables. In order to deter Kam from destroying his goods, cousin Tyree began to teach him how to operate his DJ tools and make Kam’s hands command control over the music. Kam had taken creative mental notes from years of listening to Hip-Hop forefathers DJ Kool Herc, Grand Wizzard Theodore, Afrikka Bambaataa, and DJ Marley Marl. Now with the technical training, he combined the two and began to make a name for himself throughout his new town. From his first paid DJing job at age 13, to Kam establishing himself as the premier in-house high school DJ, Kam became the “it” guy on the party scene. His passion for DJing superseded all of his other hobbies of basketball, football, and baseball, as he studied radio and TV in school. Kam had even enlisted himself as the 1st on-air daily radio DJ his high school had ever had! Kam states, “I was good at it and being compensated for it…” this was an excellent motivator for the once shy kid from out of town. This one time musical fantasy had now become a reality…and Kam continued to follow the music. Kam did make an attempt to pursue a more traditional career path after high school. But something in him continued to say “Bring the beat back”, thus Kam went on to study radio broadcasting at The Art Institute of Philadelphia. From there DJ Kam’s career has taken him to the studios of Princeton, NJ radio station WPRB 103.3 (1988-1993), to a buyer for 2 record stores, as well as ownership in the Music Factory Record Store (1988-1997). Kam states that he kept “an ear to the streets” which kept the music lover able to do his job so effectively. Finally in 1998, DJ Kam transitioned onto mainstream radio in Philadelphia, the nation’s #7 radio market, to work for Radio One’s 103.9 The Beat. DJ Kam was a fixture at the station, holding a 10 year posture as one of Philly’s more sought after DJ’s. He created mix shows for the morning, day, and night shifts. Kam eventually went on to work as a trailblazing mixologist for XM radio. During his stint on the satellite frequency, radio listenership went from the thousands up to 10 million listeners per day! Kam has gone on to provide his unique blends to television viewers on cable networks through Music Choice programming, which services over 50 million subscribers across the United States. At the present, DJ Kam and his business partners have collectively started an internet station entitled Free Agent Radio, which will simply keep good music of varying eras of the Hip Hop and R&B genres at its core. DJ Kam considers himself a “fan of music”. So even though music celebrities such as Kanye West, Busta Rhymes, Ray J, and others have requested him to create the sound for their album release parties and other events…Kam remains humble to the music. “My job is purely passion. I provide an entertainment service. People work hard all week. My turntable and I allow for an escape…where people can release their anxieties, and just let go and ride with the music.” Trailblazer…DJ Kam’s undeniable love for music, continues to allow him to be a movement to not be stopped.

    On The Grind with Rhonda Supreme

    RHONDA SUPREME Rhonda Supreme is best known as the Host of the Syndicated Radio Show “On The Grind with Rhonda Supreme'', a music and entertainment radio show, which currently airs on www.freeagentradio.com, www.power102jamz.com, www.broadcasthiphopnetwork.com, and iHeart Radio. The show provides music, entertainment and community news, as well as celebrity interviews. Rhonda Supreme has showcased guests such as Activist and Music Artist David Banner, Actor John Marshall Jones, Judge Joe Brown, Music Legends CeCe Peniston and Dionne Warwick, Comedian CP Lacey, Former NFL Wide Receiver Rod Smith and many more. Rhonda's personal and professional connections have landed her small roles in commercials and films such as the “Tommy Brown Show”, “Her Little Secret” produced and directed by Derrick Hammond, and “Creed” produced by Sylvester Stallone and directed by Ryan Coogler. Rhonda Supreme is the CEO of Supreme Entertainment, which offers administrative services to those in the entertainment industry. Her company is currently servicing a few of the most notable entertainers in the business today. Projects that she has worked on in an administrative capacity are as follows: the 2015 Progressive Insurance Commercial (Rapping Box); 2016 Netflix 4-part series Hip Hop Evolution; Co-Producer of the Miss Black America Pageant 2016-2018. Multi-Grammy Award winner GrandMixer DXT's 2017 NAMM show performance for DAS Audio; scoring for the 2017 HBO 4-part documentary "The Defiant Ones"; Production Assistant for Producer and Filmmaker Eric L. Waters of Waters Headquarters Production; Participation of GrandMixer DXT in 100th Anniversary of the LAPhil with jazz legend Herbie Hancock; and finally, Harlem NY’s DA Hill Reunion 2022 artist production for Team Hip-Hop just to name a few. Rhonda’s compassion and eagerness to inspire others has directed her to be a source of hope for others by establishing Multiple Sisters – A network dedicated to the well-being of women with life challenges providing them access to support and information to assist women through their challenges. This continues to be something near and dear to her heart.

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