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Headkrack from The Rickey Smiley Morning Show Announces New Venture in 2020

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Former Rickey Smiley radio host Headkrack announces new show

Headkrack Announces he is Premiering his OWN Syndicated Show in 2020

Looks like we were correct in our assessment about the Tom Joyner show yesterday and we have speculated this to be the case for several months. Rickey and Headkrack will split into two shows and Headkrack will carry many of the hip hop stations that Rickey had.

Today Tom Joyner announced that the Rickey Smiley Morning Show will replace the Tom Joyner show at the end of the year but it looks like there are some changes that have taken place with Rickey Smiley as well.

In the image posted for the new Rickey Smiley venture, three people were noticeably absent who were staples on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show. Headkrack, Porsha Williams and Da Brat. Wll Da Brat and Porsha be a part of Headkrack’s show? It would seem likely and a great idea.

RICKEY SMILEY REPLACING TOM JOYNER

On his FaceBook page, he announced “The Sky is no longer the Limit” and he is announcing his own syndicated show that will premiere in 2020. Not sure if he is still with Tom’s company Reach Media or if he has left and has contractual obligations (Rickey Smiley Morning Show) for a non compete. It will be interesting to see what happens with Dish Nation. We will keep you posted.

Rodney Ho at the AJC gives more detail about the changes

 


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