Tony Sculfield Weekdays 5 am - 10 am ETTony brings you the hottest Hip-Hop & R&B and entertainment news to start your day.
Loni Swain Weekdays 10 am - 2 pm ETFive hours long, five hours strong with the “10 at 10” countdown, job classifieds, and the midday mix at noon.
Connie Weekdays 6 pm - 10 pm ETYour “girlfriend from 6-10” kicks the party another notch with “Download or Delete”, the 8:00 mix, and the biggest countdown of the day, the “9@9”.
Demi Lobo Saturdays 10 am - 2 pm ETDemi gets your weekend moving with giveaways, gossip, and Chicago’s hottest Hip-Hop & R&B.
DJ MoonDawg Saturdays and Sundays 2 pm - 6 pm ETGet in tune, stupid with “the Takeover” featuring big jams and the “Mami of the Week”.
DJ Tim Buck 2 Saturdays 9 pm - 10 pm ET“Go Ill Radio” spotlights the hottest, home-grown Hip-Hop from around Chicago.
DJ A-OH Fridays and Saturdays 10 pm - 2 am ETA-OH gets the weekend poppin’ with Chicago’s #1 mixshow.
Dana Divine Sundays 8 am - 10 am ETStart your Sunday with the music of love and inspiration.
Kenya Simone Sundays 10 am - 2 pm ETKenya plays today’s hottest Hip-Hop & R&B, plus throwbacks.
Jamal Smallz Saturdays 6 pm - 9 pm ET Sundays 6 pm - 10 pm ETJamal gets it in with the biggest jams and giveaways.
Mr. Chase Mr. Chase has over 20 years of experience in radio broadcasting, having worked in Maryland, Virginia, and Philadelphia. Today Mr. Chase has taken his talents to Detroit's powerhouse Urban WJLB to host mornings with his partners Coco and Foolish.
Shamara Shamara speaks clearly and tells it like it is. She’s a sister-girlfriend to the women listeners and provides a female perspective for the men. Shamara says the reason she chose the radio is because of the freedom of expression, her love for the music and most importantly the interaction with her audience.
Chris Caliente Born in Harlem, N.Y., Chris Caliente moved to the 7 Cities in 1995 with her mom. She started working in radio behind the scenes but as soon as she got on the mic she knew that was where she belonged. She loved it so much and knew that her destiny was looking right at her, in the form of a microphone.