Dj Ezzy B
Host. Sun 4 – 7pm | Wed 6 – 8pm | Sat 10am – 1pm
With a burning passion for music, he began his career as a disc jockey after moving to Brooklyn, New York. Possessing a humble, but yet an aggressive and persistent desire to become successful he continues to provide an untouchable and an unbeatable DJ service for many occasions. With over 10 years of experience, Dj Ezzy B skillfully combines multiple genres of music without missing a beat. With his wealth of knowledge, genuine personality and diversity in the music industry, he effortlessly captures the attention of a wide audience while his smooth mixes keep the crowd moving.
DJ Ezzy B is the founder of Sound Xplosion Entertainment, LLC, the parent company on 106 Live Radio. He is best known for his professionalism, versatility, dependable and reliable service. Ezzy was previously a radio jock at WWWE Radio 1100AM, a former co-host on LOVE 860AM; In 2010-2012, he hosted Caribbean Focus TV which aired on the Xfinity/Comcast Network. He rejoined the show in October 2015 which now airs on the AIB TV network in the State of Georgia.
For many years, DJ Ezzy B has led the growth of other radio stations by teaming up with organizations and local businesses, and creating a trend of live broadcasts in various communities, cities and on the international level. In 2013, Ezzy was recognized for his support to the Caribbean and American Global Business Connection (CABC Global). In 2014, he was saluted as one of the top 40 Grenadians for his efforts and contributions to the Diaspora by the New York based Total Caribbean Network (TCN). In 2013-2014, Ezzy held the position of “Director of Production” on WRCI – Power 102.1FM. He also does many radio shows which are syndicated on other FM stations and online radio stations across the USA and internationally. In the 2014 and 2015, Ezzy co-hosted the Grenada Day festivities in Toronto, Canada. In April 2016, Ezzy hosted the first International (Pure Grenada Music Festival/PGMF) in Grenada… where he introduced global icons such as Etana, Steel Pulse, Jesse Royal and rising local band Spice Rock. As he continues to strive for excellence and success, Ezzy strongly believes in finding ways to help the community through network opportunities and media. Hence, the creation of 106 Live Radio (www.106liveradio.com)…
Cyrus Webb : Host… Mon – Fri 9am – 10am
Cyrus Webb is President of Conversations Book Club and the Rankin County Arts Alliance, host of Conversations LIVE radio show, Editor-In-Chief of Conversations Magazine and a publicist. He has been active in the arts since 1999, hosting art shows and poetry readings around the United States while also building the Conversations brand. Today Conversations includes a daily radio show, magazine and nationally-recognized book club.
Outside of the work Webb does for himself he is also a celebrated publicist for authors, entertainers and businesses who entrust him with the task of getting their message and product noticed. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conversations Book Club was recognized by the Jackson-Hinds Library System for community project of the year in 2007. In 2013 Conversations Magazine was nominated for Publication of the Year by the Rhythm of Gospel Awards.
Ian “The Goose” Eligon : Host… Sun 2 – 4pm
For many years, Ian “The Goose” Eligon, has been a major attraction on the airwaves (98.9FM, Radio 100FM, Prime 106 FM), and in premier nightclubs in his native Trinidad and Tobago and elsewhere. His tireless enthusiasm and vibrant personality have made him one of the most in-demand presenters for hosting his country’s top entertainment events. Ian has been at the helm of many greatly acclaimed radio and television programs (music/talent shows, game shows, etc). He is also the first radio personality in his native land to own and operate a computer-based home recording studio from which he has produced numerous radio commercials, records and re-mixes. Ian has extensive experience in broadcasting, having worked in various departments in radio. Thanks to the diversity of cultures and music tastes in Trinidad and Tobago, he has also acquired a broad and unique appreciation for several genres of music. Ian moved to New York in 1997 to deejay at Inner City Broadcasting’s WLIB 1190 AM, and regularly hosts many club events, concerts and of course the very popular New York summer boat cruises. Ian has also done mixshows for WWRL 1600 AM and CMR 101.3 FM Toronto, and DJ mixes for VP Records. Ian has worked with the Steve Harvey morning show and recently ran the boards for the nationally syndicated Wendy Williams Experience for New York’s Urban Leader WBLS 107.5 FM.
Dj Dutchy : The Dj Dutchy Show… Sat 7pm – 9pm
Marjorie Waye : Host… Wed 12noon – 2pm
Chishala Chibuye : Host… Wed 9pm – 11pm
When it comes to media, Chishala Chibuye knows what she’s doing! Newcomer Shala has been making her mark on the media scene for several years now. From hosting her own relationship panel “The Epiphany Sessions” to being the creative Editor in Chief of “I AM JMARiiE” Magazine, she knows what it takes to work hard and get the job done.
She is the definition of a real boss. Originally from Huntsville, AL, Shala has lived in Atlanta, GA for 12 years now. This country girl moved to the big city with big dreams and she’s not slowing down one bit. After years of Corporate America and late blooming into the media industry, she knew she had to work hard to make herself known. She was given an opportunity to express herself, inform, and inspire others which came to be a turning point in her career. To sum it up Shala is best described as the glam girl, honest, funny and innovative. Her refreshing approach to life makes her relatable to people from all walks of life.
Samantha Cardwell : Host… Thurs 8pm – 9pm
As principal of the multi-faceted performing arts firm, SCardwell Productions, Samantha uses her creative gifts in music, theatre and business management throughout the Atlanta area and beyond, in singing, songwriting, hosting, motivational-speaking, artist management and event production. She devotes time to participate in charity organizations to spread locally and globally the divine message of love and inspiring others to do the same.
As host of her creative arts series and a radio show, entitled The Notes of Inspiration Show (106 Live Radio), this is a mover-and-shaker in the industry you want to watch. She was a regular host on the popular Christian television show from 2013-15 and Comcast’s The Stan Watson Show (Channel 25 Cable) for over six years through early 2016. An attorney by trade, but a creative by passion—This is Samantha Cardwell– a dynamic singer, songwriter, philanthropist, actress, host and motivational speaker by God-given talent and design.
You can find Samantha’s album “The Way You Love Me” and her EP “Behold the Lamb” on iTunes, Amazon and at her website: www.scardwellmusic.com. You can secure her legal services at SCardwell@LumenlLegal.com and book her and her artists at www.scardwellproductions.com .
Marcell “Big Cell” Tillman: Host… Thurs 9:30pm – 11pm
Traveling within different biker communities and states, allowed him to realize there was a disconnect that exists across the board. FHO was founded with the intention of bringing the brotherhood/sisterhood, education, etiquette, fun, and history back into motorcycle life. It is a movement geared towards the motorcycle rider and the non-rider as well. Demand for more information grew and the FHO ATLANTA GA YouTube channel was created. The channel has quickly grown to 5,000 followers with 2,000,000 viewers and counting.You can catch Big Cell live via FHO ATLANTA, GA on YouTube. For more information, merchandise, videos and more, visit www.therealfho.com
Gary “G The Beat Nik” Scott : Host… Mons 11am – 1pm
You may be wondering what the heck is a beatnik. Well let me be clear. I am not a beat maker in any sense of the word. In my mind though I can make Dr.Dre look like a rookie again that’s in my mind. Some years back my old Jewish grandmother/neighbor use to always say “ahhhhh gary you’re such a beatnik”. I had no clue what she meant but I liked it. After some research I discovered she was right. Kinda. I was not beating on drums and wearing those funny looking hats, but I was unorthodox in my beliefs and bucked the system at any given moment. I lost a lot of jobs because of this as well.
Anyway the part I like about the definition was the unorthodox ways they thought. They went against the system not because it was cool, but because they really believed that it was flawed and full of crap. So with me I feel and have always felt that way about religion. I never thought it made sense for me to take my hat off in church but the lady in front of me could wear a satellite blocking my view of the entire pulpit.
So I coined myself a beatnik and added the G because it sounded cool.
I was born in Memphis, raised in California and came to the great city of Atlanta in 1993.