Da Radio Show was founded in 1997 by Dionte Griffin. There, he adopted the air-personality name “Dundee” for radio broadcasting. Da Radio Show began it’s journey at Long Beach City College. In 2001, the broadcast move to Oran-Z Liberation Radio on 87.7FM in Los Angeles. The broadcast began to mature unto a popular radio show catering to major and independent urban music song titles for nearly two years at Oran-Z. Eventually, the station would closed its doors after FCC violations. In 2003, Da Radio Show went into brief hiatus off the airwaves, surface on the K-DAY’s old frequency, 1580AM and found themselves beginning new life in the Los Angeles market which begun to leak into households that supported the independent urban music industry with a new radio personality crew of Dundee, MD and ex-Lench Mob recording artist, K-Dee throughout the second largest US market and eventually changing their radio format to strictly independent urban music.
Now the journey has escalated into a powerful radio broadcast that was beginning to sweep into the local Los Angeles market. The trio of “Dees” radio program begin to ‘take-off’ rapidly introducing independent urban music song titles and new music prospects from all over the country. Thus begin Da Radio Show on 1580AM, subsequently begin to be mistaken as 1580 K-DAY. After several years storming the LA’s air-waves with indie music, K-Dee departed. Then the dynamic-duo of Dundee and MD over the years begin to grow popular with the indie music industry. Several new air-personalities were added into the mix such as Byg Dee (2009), Status (2012), Gabbar (2012), G’Lan (2013), Nia Rhiana (2014), B-Love (2015) and currently today MaryAlex and Aniya. The newest members of the crew brings the feminism and the generally attractive look while representing the women during controversy talks on “Love And Lust” radio segment and the “Chaser Question” segment.
Da Radio Show is reaching out to new heights in the broadcasting world. Many independent music programs are duplicating and tweeting the version of Da Radio Show, but hasn’t actually challenge the showmanship and the entertainment that their LIVE broadcast has produced. But Da Radio Show will continue to separate themselves from the rest of similar radio programs by using the social media to reach out to their listeners and viewers, state of the art web site to introduce the latest information via electronic newsletters we have to offer and participating in musical and educational events whenever possible. We’ll urge our listeners and viewers every week to support independent urban music prospects and the music products they produced. Da Radio Show thank all indie music listeners for supporting us now, tomorrow and in the future.
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