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Most Popular 10 Black Radio Stations Nationwide

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Urban radio is not what it used to be. There was a time when black people greatly depended on black radio to deliver the news, information and the knowledge to the community. Now many complain they are hearing the same 30 songs over and over again and there are no longer any community programs. These stations, nevertheless, still seem to be able to ride the wave of popularity and success. Allow me to say the stations listed are not all necessarily the highest rated (but some are) but these are the stations RadioFacts.com gets the most email, song request, prayer request, job request and everything else nationwide. Most of it’s good.

  • WVEE – Atlanta
  • WGCI – Chicago
  • WBLS – New York City
  • KKDA – Dallas
  • WUSL – Power 99 Philly
  • KJLH – Los Angeles
  • HOT – 107.9 ATLANTA
  • V103 – Chicago
  • WPEG – Charlotte
  • Power 105 – New York

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4 comments

Gary Chestnut March 31, 2015 at 12:06 pm

I am looking for African American disc jockeys to push my series .
This is a blog for the proposed audio series, Big Yuma, the penal colony, which is about “a people who, while technically behind the rest of the Federation,( they are using the “slide rule”, while everyone else in The Federation has “quantum optical computers”), these people are learning to live in a primitive, hostile environment and becoming co-operative with one another.

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KevRoss September 13, 2015 at 11:27 pm

fasda

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Remember our Music August 31, 2016 at 12:29 am

CORRECTION:
PLEASE IGNORE PREVIOUS MESSAGE!

Today, August 31st 2016 is the 116th anniversary of the birth of the pianist and arranger Todd Rhodes. Rhodes was an early influence in jazz and later on in R&B.
If you are interested in recordings by distinguished African-American musicians, please check out my youtube channel “Remember our Music” a site which daily honors a great African-American musician like Lester Young, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Parker and Oscar Peterson, plus divas of blues and jazz, including: Dinah Washington, Alice Coltrane and Lorez Alexandria, all born in the month of August!
Youtube + “Remember our Music”

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Leslie Edmonds December 7, 2016 at 8:32 am

Nikki Minaj posted a video making fun of a mentally ill person these people are role models to are kids. I will no longer listen or buy her music. #bandnikki#
#senseless #
****please repost everywhere ****

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