Akimi Starr, an Aggie from Greensboro, always had a love for film and an interest in how things work behind the scenes. Akimi worked as an intern in public relations in 2004, then made her way to television and film during her college years at NCA&T. She works in the voice industry, has done... Read More


B-Daht was born in St. Louis, MO. By the age of 11, he and his mom had relocated to four different cities and six different schools before settling in Greensboro, where he attended Mendenhall Middle School and graduated from Grimsley High. He worked at Sears Credit Central, McDonald’s, Sonic Drive-... Read More

Big Mo

Big Mo grew up in Queens, New York. He played Aggie football while attending North Carolina A&T and worked at WNAA radio on campus. He loved it, especially meeting lots of people and some major artists. It was there that he met up with Terrance J, who kept stressing him to give an "air check"... Read More

Brian B

Brian B grew up in Greensboro. For his high school senior project, Brian conducted a project on the “History of Hip-Hop” where he met D’ Cherie, program director of NCA&T’s WNAA. He attended A&T, worked at WNAA and interned at BET in Washington DC. In 2012, Brian was selected to participate... Read More

DJ Diesel

DJ Diesel grew up in Asheville, NC, watching DJ Scribble on MTV with a passion to DJ since the age of 2! Diesel arrived at Winston Salem State University in 2008, took a step out on faith and bought some DJ equipment. He worked to brand himself among the long line of WSSU DJ's while learning the... Read More

DJ Ern

DJ Ern grew up in the 252, in a small town called Gates, NC. He lived in Raleigh for a period of time before moving to Greensboro to attend NCA&T. In 2006, Ern started DJ'ing campus events, competing in DJ battles and rocking local nightclubs. This grabbed the attention of 102 JAMZ. In 2008, he... Read More

DJ Lil' Vegas

Lil Vegas already wanted to be a DJ at the age of 5! While a freshman at Southern Guilford High School in 2009, Vegas began mixing in college radio. He graduated in 2012 and became a 102 JAMZ Mix Squad member the next year. Vegas had the chance to DJ for Rick Ross, Drake, Waka Flocka, Jeezy, French... Read More

DJ Statixx

Raised in Brooklyn, NYC, Statix started out making Reggae/Dancehall mixtapes. While attending NCA&T, his interest in becoming a DJ grew. In late 2002, he was introduced to the fans of Reggae Jamz by Geronimo, who hosted the show at that time. He has opened shows for artists such as Capleton,... Read More


Osama Bin Drankins grew up in Charlotte. He's been doing stand up comedy and hosting shows since 2001 as an undergrad at NCA&T State University. For years, Drankins has been the Ratchet Nation President, most recently on the 3 Live Crew Morning Show. He's also the voice behind a host of... Read More

Fat Jeez

Fat Jeez says that being from the Greensboro-Winston-Salem area, 102 JAMZ was always his favorite radio station. He went to school in High Point and is a strong believer in living life to the fullest and making everyday count. Jeez is a proud graduate of NCA&T State University. He still loves... Read More


J-Flex was born and raised in Kinston, NC, and graduated from NCA&T State University. He started DJ'ing at the age of 14, got into radio at WNAA while attending NCA&T and became a part of 102 JAMZ during his senior year, mixing on the Saturday Night Flava Mix with Tap Money, who hosted at... Read More


Born and Raised in Greensboro, JoJo is a graduate of the Academy At Smith High School and a 2015 Graduate of NC A&T State University. During her time at A&T, JoJo says she developed a dynamic passion for radio and empowered speaking while serving as a panelist and nonprofit activist. In... Read More


Born in Decatur Ga, KB moved to Greensboro as a teenager and attended Grimsley. He received a track scholarship to NCA&T and started an entertainment company called #CCU. KB got his degree in marketing from A&T and picked up a minor in JOMC before he linked with 102 JAMZ' Tap Money and... Read More

Marky Marc

Born and raised in the nation’s capital, Washington, DC, home of mumbo sauce and GoGo music, Marky Marc grew up listening to EZ Street & Donnie Simpson. Marc’s passion for radio grew tremendously by the time he enrolled at NCA&T as a Journalism major. He became a brother of Alpha Phi Alpha... Read More

Nick Tune

Born in Illinois, Nick Tune moved to North Carolina in 2007 and was immediately introduced to 102 JAMZ. Coming from a very musical home, radio was something that he has always connected with. His love of music goes back to the days when he was four years old riding in the backseat of his parents'... Read More


Roxie says there's nothing she loves more than her precious son JJ, but working with the 3 Live Crew is a close second! She grew up listening to 102 JAMZ every morning while getting ready for school. She says she laughed with, argued against and loved the personalities on the morning show - she... Read More


Showdown was born in the Bronx and moved to North Carolina in 1990. He wrote songs, produced music and worked as a DJ from North Carolina to Los Angeles, Kansas City, Baltimore and New York City. Showdown worked for Los Angeles' 100.3 (The Steve Harvey show) before joining 102 JAMZ. His work with... Read More


Showdown was born in the Bronx and moved to North Carolina in 1990. He wrote songs, produced music and worked as a DJ from North Carolina to Los Angeles, Kansas City, Baltimore and New York City. Showdown worked for Los Angeles' 100.3 (The Steve Harvey show) before joining 102 JAMZ. His work with... Read More

Slim City

Slim City has deeps roots reaching all the way from Kingston, Jamaica to Miami, FL and finally to Greensboro. He was connected to 102 JAMZ through an old friend with whom he worked on a TV show in Miami for four years. The friend introduced him to Waleed Coyote, at that time 102's nightime host... Read More


TishaRaye was born and raised in Winston Salem and attended North Forsyth High School. She graduated in 2013 with a degree in Radio & Television Broadcasting and Production from Forsyth Tech, where she was a radio host at the college radio station, The Forse. Tisha worked as a cohost with... Read More


Toshamakia began a career as a recording artist in Connecticut in 2002. The popularity of her song “Be Yourself” opened opportunities to tour with entertainers like Power 105’s Angie Martinez, Ashanti, Ciara, Diddy, Lil Kim, LL Cool J, Trick Daddy, and Busta Rhymes. She appearanced on BET's 106 and... Read More