The Morning Hustle is the freshest program in broadcast with an entertaining, humorous and informative take on urban pop culture from the Millennial and Generation Z point of view, meant to wake up its audience to the beat of today’s Hip Hop. The show offers listeners the unique chemistry of hosts HeadKrack, Angie Ange, Lore’l and Billy Sorrells providing a rare authenticity and transparency that connects with the lifestyle of the audience.
Ashmac is a radio personality and host with a background in marketing, promotions and production. Ashley first explored her passion for the music industry as an intern for Universal Motown Records in New York City. She graduated from Norfolk State University with a BA in Music Media emphasis in Communications. Her radio career began on Norfolk State University’s WNSB Hot91 as an intern in 2011. She then worked her way up to iHeart Media rising from Production Assistant to Promotions Coordinator for 103 JAMZ and on-air talent for KISS92 from 2012-2014. In 2015, she became the Assistant Program Director and on-air talent for WNSB HOT91, where she won awards such as Most Supportive Radio Station in Hampton Roads, Employee of the month consecutively, amongst others. Ashmac currently resides in Cincinnati, OH as on-air midday personality, from 10-3p, and is currently Cincinnati’s #1 Urban midday show on 101.1 The Wiz. She can also be heard in Columbus, OH on Power 1075/106 and Indianapolis, IN’s #1 Station for Hip-Hop and R&B, Hot963. She’s been featured as a host on BET’s College Tour, the Hampton’s Jazz Festival, the Nationally syndicated Rickey Smiley Morning Show and as a media correspondent for Cincinnati’s FOX19.
Aside from her radio and media career, Ashley is passionate about giving back to the community. She supports many charitable programs and campaigns such as, but not limited to: Saving the Music, Feed The City Campaign, 1K Shoes for 1K Smiles, Toys for Tots, Stomp Out Hazing, Worth the Wait Campaign, Teens with a Purpose, The Urban League, and Susan G. Komen Tidewater. As an active member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. and Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Sorority Inc., Ashley continues to use her leadership and talent to make marks throughout the city as well as pursuing her career with nothing but passion.
“I’ve always followed my love for music. Music is a universal language that everyone can understand without using one word. Music can bring out emotion from someone, make you reminisce, make you dance, make you cry, or make you turn up. I turn up everyday and celebrate the fact I do something I love. Talk about music, your favorite artists, interview them, national news, local news, politics, entertainment, and more. That is a blessing.”
B-Swift born and raised on the west side of “the 317”, the “Voice Box of Indiana” began his radio career as an intern (with Big Swole) here at Hot 963. His work in the studios and the streets gave him the opportunity to becoming the host of the weekend Mix-show called “the Chop Shop”. B-Swift’s tireless work and experience as the Russ Parr morning show producer and swing-shift personality, helped earned his spot as Hot963’s night time personality, rockin out 7pm to 12am weeknights.
His family experience also benefited Swift as he began his career in radio. His father is a member of a national band where no doubt where Swift got his love for music and being on stage.
“My father played for The Deele in the early 80’s with Baby face and L.A. Reid, then in the 90’s he performed with After 7. I also have an uncle who traveled with LL Cool J and Monica. My family really had a huge impact in my love for music and performances. Music has always been apart of me and my family.”
B-Swift has been doin’ it for his city by “livin in these streets”, speaking with and to young people in schools and hosting social events and concerts all around Indiana. You can always find him in every club in Indianapolis on the microphone.
“My best moment in radio is everyday, when I get to rock the microphone and reach the city that I love. I feel like the city looks at me like [Andrew Luck] or the quarterback for the city and they always show me love everyday.”
Calling into the heritage radio station, WFXE 105 FM frequently to represent his high school during the morning show strategically set him up for the opportunity of a lifetime. A radio personality at the time introduced “Incognito” to Michael Soul, Program Director, where he established his start in his unforeseen career at the age of 16. Eventually he also started working at a music retail store which became hand in hand to his career path in the music industry. Finally gained his niche, Incognito realized he was anointed to do radio. Taking a break from radio to re-locate to Charlotte, North Carolina, he pursued his education in Business Administration. He became stagnant, dropped out of school and moved back Georgia where he eventually got back on the air this time with the new urban station, WBFA 98.3 FM in 2006.
Commuting for a couple years (2011) for a part-time position at WFXM-MACON. Inc had to re-locate to a city where he could travel anywhere and it can still relate to his hometown. In 2013, Incognito with his proper southern drawl and etiquette was finally heard 100 miles away from his hometown on Streetz 94.5 FM in Atlanta, Georgia. Comparing his southern production to Tom Joyner, Doug Banks, and Walt Love.
Fulfilling the next chapter of his career in the Buckeye state (2015) as Incognito takes over the airwaves in not one but all Urban One (Formally Radio One) Stations (WCKX-Columbus, WIZF-Cincinnati & WENZ-Cleveland) in Ohio. His night show “Posted on the Corner” has been consistently crowned the #1 Night Show (Monday-Friday) in Cleveland and Cincinnati, his career continues to break records across the Midwest, not excluding the company.
Incognito has school attendance parties for Cleveland Metro School District which began in FALL 2017. With a regional endorsement with Remy Martin Cognac, Metro By T-Mobile, Elk & Elk, Incognito keeps the airwaves and state of Ohio LIVE, LOCAL and LIT!
Posted on the Corner Features
7 at 7
· Incognito counts down the most requested songs of the day. From Tickets to access for exclusive events. Listeners are welcomed to assist in counting the seven requested songs by calling in 844.426.POTC (7682) & participating as a “GUEST DJ”
Trending On The Timeline w/ Dj Misses
· Our listeners scroll up and down the timeline daily
· From breaking news to the tea DJ Misses brings the biggest headlines and the shadiest gossip to the airwaves twice a night at 7:45p & 9:45p
8 O’Clock Mixtape
· One of the hottest DJ’s in the city takes over the airwaves with a mix of the hottest artists in the country. From Lil Baby, Summer Walker, Da Baby, Rihanna to Future, it’s a can’t miss event when our DJ’s are in the mix
POTC School Check-In
· Education is Key, From current students to Alumni, Principal to school security, listeners are encouraged to call in, tweet, or tag on us on Instagram to represent their school
The Drip Tape –
· What’s the hottest streaming music? What’s got the streets on fire. New music is the key and the Drip is serious!
· Monday through Thursday listeners are invited to call our hotline and test their knowledge
· Questions can be as serious as “How many stars are on the American flag?”
· Or as fun as guessing popular artist government names or naming three ways to hide a fart.
Hood Spelling Bee
· Listeners are asked to call in and spell commonly misspelled words
· It can get tricky but nonetheless hilarious and a feature that keeps the phone lines busy
Posted On The Corner Sports Minute
· There are wins, losses, and champions. Inside the POTC Sports minute there is never an offseason with the trending topics, sneaker releases, and player trades.