Good DJs play good music. Great DJs connect with people through great music. DC area DJ, Dj Jo’Iyce decided a long time ago that he wanted to be nothing short of great. Through hard work, persistence and an ear for great music, DJ Jo’Iyce has been steadily establishing himself as one of the DMV’s rising, most anticipated DJs on the scene. After an attempt at a solo rap career and following a membership in the short-lived music group 4 Cornerz, Jo’Iyce made a seemingly random decision that would jumpstart his DJ career. He purchased two turntables and a mixer not an exhilarating start to a life-changing choice.
What began as a temporary past time, became an adventure that turned to a life-changing decision. DJ Jo’Iyce’s resume now includes major gigs at some of DC’s most popular clubs, a 2yearr residency at Drais in Las Vegas, 5 tours with Future which branded him under the Freebandz stamp, to national events such as NBA All-Star Weekend, CIAA events a more the list goes on. This coupled with his broadcast experience as a radio personality for 101.3 Jamz (The Around the Block Rush) as well as his own internet radio show on SWURV RADIO (Arounddablockrush). To appearing on television Fox 5 morning news as a Dj and Vh1’s Lala’s Full Court life, Revolts 420 concert series, Viceland Tv Noisey and more. DJ Jo’Iyce is steadily creating opportunities for his career to establish himself as a leading DJ in the in music as a whole. Work, relationships, and accomplishments speak for themselves; it’s Iyce’s turn now. “Its Jo’Iyce on your radio”
You can hear her voice in the mornings from 6a-10am on 93.9 WKYS in Washington, DC “It must be Angie on the miiiic!” Also known as “Your Royal Hypeness,” Angie Ange is a proud Howard University Alum (class of 2006, magna cum laude, John H. Johnson School of Communications) and the founder of College Is Cool Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit organization exposing youth to the college experience. Angie Ange’s road to radio began when she was a sophomore at High Point High School in Beltsville, MD. It was there that she got involved with the school television station and hosted daily morning announcements. Angie later transferred to Elizabeth Seton High School in Bladensburg, MD, where she got heavily involved in hosting school events and later graduated in 2002. It was at Seton, that Angie realized that the radio industry was for her. As an aspiring radio personality, Angie Ange went from Program Director at Howard University’s student station WHBC 830AM, to bottom level intern at a top radio station in the area, where she worked her way up to broadcasting the overnight shift and producing other shows until she was offered her own primetime show in the evenings, 6pm-10pm, at 93.9 WKYS just shy of her 23rd birthday. Angie dominated the night show timeslot, holding down the number one spot in the evenings for seven years before being promoted to the afternoon drive on WKYS in August 2014. Angie Ange has won several awards throughout her career and was most recently recognized as one of the top thirty radio personalities in the country by The Source Magazine. Angie’s motto is “as you move forward…give back,” and she certainly is setting the example in the DC metropolitan area with her various philanthropic efforts, and commitment to her community. You can catch Ange all over the DC metropolitan area: from rockin’ the mic on the club scene to schools, to community events, concerts, or just hanging around town. When you see her, just say “It must be Angie on the miiiiic!” All hail the queen of all that is HYPE…ANGIE ANGE ANGIE-ANG.
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“On Air Jordan” (formerly known as “Shorty Da Prince”) is a young media veteran who began his radio journey at 12 years old. Originally from St. Louis, MO Jordan won a contest that granted his him own Saturday morning radio show from 10am – 12noon on 100.3 The Beat KATZ FM. From then on he went to be the number 1 night jock in St. Louis and entered the Radio One Family accepting an offer to do nights in Detroit, MI. “I’m a St. Louis D Boy haha” said Jordan when asked about his connectivity to the harsh city that he now considers part of his make up. His impact with the people through radio would catch the attention of BET. “I check my email one night while I was on the air in Detroit and they basically said we’ve been watching you”
Jordan explains how his relationship with BET started not knowing at the time that path would lead him to be the host for the flagship show 106 & Park. Hosting alongside Paigion, Miss Mykie, and Bow Wow, Jordan somehow still kept his foot in radio doing a weekend show on Streetz 94.5 in Atlanta, GA. Following the finale of the show on BET, Jordan spent a few months on Streetz before re-entering the radio one family in Cleveland, OH. Jordan was very well received in his short stay in Cleveland, attributing it mostly to his Midwest roots, before he received an offer to be the on air night talent for 93.9 WKYS in DC. “Yea man a whole lot of moving around lol.. God is good tho” said Jordan.
Washington, DC would go on to be one of his favorite stops along his journey. He was able to take the night shift to #1 being involved in everything throughout the DMV from hosting the hottest parties, visiting schools and uplifting the youth to creating a platform for DMV artist to be heard in a song combat feature he called “KYS Versus” After taking about a year and a half hiatus from radio “On Air Jordan” is back and better than ever embracing the changes yet staying true to self.
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Brooklyn born, New Jersey native Lore’l first gained fame after launching a rap career that landed her on the radio at only 16 years old. Her signature voice, laugh and boisterous personality captured the attention of television producers who cast her on Season 3 of VH1’s hit reality series “Love & Hip Hop: New York.” Favored by fans for her unique combination of hard-hitting humor and straight-up sexiness. Lore’l brought her brand of beauty and boldness to co-host podcasts with both Jack Thrilla and Beat Billionaire, but she became a staple of Angela Yee’s “Lip Service” where she has co-hosted alongside Yee, Gigi Maguire and Stephanie Santiago since 2016. In 2018 Lore’l launched her very own “Bully and the Beast” podcast with Wax Kyng and shot to the top of the podcast charts out the gate. A recognizable force in the industry, Lore’l has forged genuine relationships across the entertainment field. The well-connected media personality brings her coterie of contacts to her new role as a co-host for Radio One’s brand new morning show “The Morning Hustle” where you can hear her daily from 6-10am on WKYS 93.9 in D.C.—
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A small powerhouse of multi-faceted talent and a natural born star!
Dominique Da Diva began her radio career in her hometown of Richmond, Virginia as an intern with WBTJ-106.5 The BEAT. A proud alumni of Virginia State University and lovely lady of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. Dominique was offered the on air weekend time slot upon graduating with a B.A in Mass Communications in 2010. It wasn’t long before the aspiring media mogul was running the #1 slot during Middays on WOWI-103 JAMZ in Norfolk, VA. In 2016, Dominique took her talents to Los Angeles to host ‘Diva Unfiltered’ on Dash Radio and explore the digital tech world with the launch of her very own App, ‘Da Daily Dirt’ available in the Apple Store!
Full of personality and comedic one liners, Dominique continues to exemplify what Beyonce’ means when she says, ‘a diva is a female version of a hustler.’ She’s graced stages alongside prominent celebrities like Gabrielle Union, Jessica Alba, Jordin Sparks & Michelle Obama, as the official host for FNV Live. Interviewed major recording artist such as J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, Wale, Sevyn Streeter, Miguel, Meek Mill, Migos & Future along with our favorite comedians and our beloved 44th President Barack Obama.
The media diva is a humble recipient of MSBC’s 2016 Rising Radio Star Award as well as an honoree of Diddy’s DeLeon 100 Trailblazer Award 2017, featured in Billboard Magazine. The list of trailblazers from all across the country are prime examples of millennials alike who are disrupting the status quo; empowering others to act boldly, shape the future and give back to their community.
Dominique is relentless in the pursuit of her dreams to become an all around ‘Media Queen in Charge’ with visibility on every media platform possible. She mostly credits Wendy Williams for her steady ambition to have longevity in the entertainment business. As the founder of Dominique Da Diva, LLC, her Media Queen in Charge Brunches are set to aspire college students pursuing a career in radio by providing young women with a first hand insight on the world of radio.
Dominique is surely on her way to becoming the next multi-media Queen. You can currently catch her in action live from The Nation’s Capital on 93.9 WKYS Monday-Saturday from 10a-3pm!
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He was called the “Hot Boy” but that title did not tell the real story. His accolades include:
· Being named East Coast DJ of the Year at the Mix Show Power Summit
· Voted DC’s most popular DJ, Best Radio & Club DJ for 6 consecutive years
· Named both Global Spin Award’s Break Through DJ & National Club DJ of the Year
· Source Magazine lists him in the Power 30 DJs for the last 3 years and one of the Top 10 DJs in Country
· DJ for the nationally syndicated Russ Parr Morning Show
· DJ for the BET 106 & Park TV Show
· 93.9 WKYS (DC) & 92Q (Baltimore) Radio Personality, DJ, & Host of The Quicksilva Show
· Personal DJ for NFL legend Ray Lewis
The list of celebrities for whom has deejayed reads like the ultimate VIP list that includes renowned and award-winning artist like, Stevie Wonder, Lil’ Mo, Common, Jamie Foxx, LL Cool J, Snoop Dogg, and BET Founder, Bob Johnsons’ Grand Opening of the BET Soundstage in Turks & Caicos. Quick has been one of the official DJ’s on some of the biggest national and international tours and events. Quick also had the distinct pleasure of having been an opening DJ for Janet Jackson and the Official DJ for national events like The NBA Allstar Weekend, the Annual CIAA Weekend, and the NFL Superbowl activities. In 2013, Quick was called to deejay for President Barack Obama’s Second Term Inaugural Ball.
Quicksilva picked up an endorsement when he was selected as an Official Pepsi Smash DJ in 2004. He also has been an official DJ for Jamaica’s Red Stripe Beer. Sean “Diddy” Combs handpicked him as a Ciroc Boyz DJ whose talent has moved beyond deejaying to being a major influencer for the brand. Quicksilva has since been endorsed by apparel and footwear lines with Adidas and Luxe-T. He is currently a Brand Ambassador for PUMA. And, he has been a long-time DJ with the national men’s urban footwear & apparel retailer, DTLR, Inc. as well as an on-air personality for the groundbreaking internet-based DTLR Radio. During 2016-2018, Quick was the host of The Fam in the Morning (93.9 WKYS) radio show. Most recently, he started hosting a syndicated show called, “The QuickSilva Show” heard weekdays 3-7 PM on both 92.3 FM in Baltimore & 93.9 FM in DC.
Quick is the owner of Baltimore’s Premier Nightclub, Club DownTown Bmore (416 E. Baltimore St.). When he’s not working with his radio show or club, Quick spends his time as a motivational speaker and community volunteer.
Originally hailing from Topeka, Kansas, Little Bacon Bear–as she’s known to her tens of thousands of fans and listeners online–began her DJ career after moving to Maryland in 2012, and hasn’t looked back. Since then, she’s become one of the DMV’s most coveted young DJs, known for being at the forefront of music, nightlife, and culture. Bacon Bear is ubiquitous in DC’s entertainment scene, has spun for brands like Essence and BET, while outside of WKYS. She’s a self taught traditionalist, and despite being one of radio’s freshest faces, she wants to use her platform for more. One of her biggest goals as a DJ and multi-faceted on-air personality is being a beacon of success for other women in the music industry, and changing the public face of terrestrial radio in the eyes of artists, DJs, and fans. She’s dedicated to bridging the gap between radio and listeners, and giving artists a meaningful spotlight to tell their stories. “Fans deserve a genuine look into the lives of the artists they love, and I want to magnify that.”