MediaCo Holding Inc. (NASDAQ: MDIA), owner of HOT 97, WBLS, and Fairway Outdoor, announced today that Kristin Roderick has been named Vice President of...
The rising rap star celebrated DJ collective, The Heavy Hitters, and presented DJ Enuff with a double-platinum plaque. CJ gives a historic moment with Farruko,...
The New York Post is reporting that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is picking up where Assemblyman Felix Ortiz (D-Brooklyn) left off in 2018. Cuomo is introducing a bill next week to make it a hate crime to make a false report to the police based on race. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Kicking off her next chapter, singer, actress, and social influencer Jade Novah returns with a new single entitled “Somebody Son.” Over a skittering beat, clean guitars, and throwback R&B production, she delivers hummable verses before belting out a hypnotic hook.
A former Vibe writer, Kevin Powell, who wrote many of the stories and headlines for the late Tupac Shakur in the magazine is suing the film All Eyez on Me for plagiarism.
Hot 97's DJ Enuff was featured in the Hot 97 original series entilted 97 Seconds. He talks about breaking barriers in music, his spanish influence, and love of DJ'ing. In this brief interview explains that he became a DJ because that was the only thing he was good at.DJ Enuff was raised in Brooklyn, New York.
Swizz Beatz stopped by the studios of Hot 97 to chop it up with Ebro in the Morning. Ebro, Laura Stylez, and Rosenberg talk to the producer about his No Commission Art show which is a revolutionary concept.
Circle of Sisters, the largest EXPO in New York City uniting, motivating and celebrating women of color, is returning this fall! Come explore the greatest vendors in the nation and snag free and discounted goods; catch relationship, health and financial panels; stop by the trendsetting fashion show and get your mouth drooling at the tasting Cooking Pavilion.
On Thursday, July 14, 2016, at 4 p.m. ET, Emmis New York radio stations WQHT-FM HOT 97, WBLS-FM 107.5 & WLIB-AM 1190 will simulcast a special program, "One Voice," across all three stations and online, discussing the current relationship between the African American community and the police .
An anonymous police officer called in to Hot 97 to discuss the Alton Sterling murder with radio personality Nessa. While the officer...
By now we have all seen it, most of us have watched the video, and we witnessed two police officers in Baton Rouge murder Alton Sterling, a man selling CD's outside of a store. Hot 97's Rosenberg and Laura Stylez provide details of the story and then they decide to take calls.