Step into the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths.
Wednesdays - 9 - 11 pm EST Dial in (661) 467-2407.
The show focuses on the “message behind the music” with a moral obligation to educate the youths.
Special Guest: Empress Eko
Leisa Reid aka Empress Eko is a songwriter/artist who was born in Spanish Town. She enjoys cooking and listening to all genres of music. Inspired by Buju and Shabba, she started writing songs at the age of 12.
Since then, she has been performing at numerous events and shows. As she continued to develop her musical talents, her love for music continued to grow into what is now her passion. Empress Eko got her first official breakthrough in 2006 when her song ‘Single Mothers’ got played by one of the most popular radio stations in Jamaica Irie FM on the morning program "Ron gi me a buss".
After a few ups and downs in the business, Empress Eko is now signed to DC Production, a US-based company. The manager, Donovan Collins, enjoys working with the Empress and sees her as a unique sound with a promising future. Currently, there is a single out for DC production entitled "Nobody Nuh Better than Nobody"