You can find BossLady every Saturday night, hosting The Universal Soul Explosion on 89.9FM WORT, out of Madison Wisconsin! She began hosting at WORT in 2011 & has taken over The Universal Soul Explosion in 2013. BossLady has 3+ years active involvement in the Madison Hip Hop community, including planning & promoting with the Madison Hip Hop Awards & various local artist’s events & competitions, held shows that donated proceeds to local charities, & volunteering at WORT. A supporter of Local Hip Hop, she is a board member of the M.H.H.A. & U.C.A.N. She is a believer that music and art connect people. You’ll often hear shout-outs from listeners during the Universal Soul Explosion, speaking to their loved ones that are incarcerated, as they tune in each weekend from correctional facilities. BossLady said, “I read each letter that comes in from the listeners & relay their shout-outs, giving them a voice, & hopefully give them some temporary freedom through music.”
DJ Big Juice
Speakerboxx Djz own Dj Big Juice hailing from the ILL-STATE of Illinois by way of Wisconsin has jumped on the scene and is new to the DJ/artist side of the game. Where as he has 5+ years in the “business” side as a CEO of Sugar Sandwich Entertainment Group, LLC. He has now gotten into the spotlight by hosting 2 radio shows. The Afterparty on WORT 89.9 FM(Madison) highlighting talented independent artists from all over the globe and the commercial radio top rated mixshow, Friday Night Fiyah on 93.1 Jamz(Madison). Looking to take over his region and become the elite chief party rocker and mixtape tycoon of his market…Ju-dig?!?!?!
K.I.N.G Kronos (DJ Kronos)
I hosted the Universal Soul Explosion (Aug 2012- Mar 2013) on WORT 89.9 FM and am the reigning MHHA Radio Personality Of The Year. I was handpicked by Mustafa himself to take over the longest running weekly hip-hop show in the history of Madison in 2009 and handled those duties with love until the spring of 2013. I gave many local emcees their first on air interviews in addition to adding and reserving a time slot for local hip-hop every week to make sure my peers maintained exposure and a radio presence. I also provided shout outs for the listeners, which commonly served as network between my incarcerated listeners and their loved ones. I always prided myself on my playlist selection in which I played music from every coast including local and international hip-hop, leaning more to the conscious and underground hip-hop missing from other stations in the city.