WB Radio NYC

WB Radio NYC


The WB Radio iPhone app is an extension of the #1 rated radio program aired Sundays on WVIP fm in New York. The app like the radio show brings you the latest as well as the greatest in the world of Reggae. In addition to listening to the WB Radio crew in studio LIVE for free on Sundays you will find up to date news, videos, a list of all the events you need to be aware of, as well as a LIVE 24/7 stream of the hotest and most influental reggae songs of all time.


ABOUT WB RADIO: It is nothing short of remarkable how one thing can lead to another creating brilliant consequences; that not only benefit the individual, but possibly the whole world. That is the foundation for true entrepreneurship, and the development of WB Radio is the epitome of such an advantage. Starting in the year 2000, David “Fat Forward” was privileged to gain knowledge as well as experience with the likes of Junior Reid and “Danny” Nugent, who tore up the airwaves at midnight with Reggae Explosion, resulting in what we know today as the WB Radio Program. Fat Forward became a household name; rising to stardom, and due to the irresistible demand for the program, Forward and Mikey Sterling created R5 Radio in 2003 where they sustained their admiration with the voice of Winston Taurus on the mic. Call it a family affair as the WB Radio Program was the product of two brilliant minds; brothers David “Fat Forward” and Hugh “Lanny G” Warren, who toiled exceptionally to assemble our favorite station. With an incomparable team of talented individuals which include; on air personality Ras Clem, WB Radio continues to deliver to it’s well loved radio audience each and every Sunday from 6-8 PM, the innovation sounds for people on the move. Now we bring that same passion to you in an iPhone app that brings you music, news, and information, and videos..... HAVE FUN!!!
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About WB Radio NYC
The WB Radio iPhone app is an extension of the #1 rated radio program aired Sundays on WVIP fm in New York. The app like the radio show brings you the latest as well as the greatest in the world of Reggae. In addition to listening to the WB Radio crew in studio LIVE for free on Sundays you will find up to date news, videos, a list of all the events you need to be aware of, as well as a LIVE 24/7 stream of the hotest and most influental reggae songs of all time.


ABOUT WB RADIO: It is nothing short of remarkable how one thing can lead to another creating brilliant consequences; that not only benefit the individual, but possibly the whole world. That is the foundation for true entrepreneurship, and the development of WB Radio is the epitome of such an advantage. Starting in the year 2000, David “Fat Forward” was privileged to gain knowledge as well as experience with the likes of Junior Reid and “Danny” Nugent, who tore up the airwaves at midnight with Reggae Explosion, resulting in what we know today as the WB Radio Program. Fat Forward became a household name; rising to stardom, and due to the irresistible demand for the program, Forward and Mikey Sterling created R5 Radio in 2003 where they sustained their admiration with the voice of Winston Taurus on the mic. Call it a family affair as the WB Radio Program was the product of two brilliant minds; brothers David “Fat Forward” and Hugh “Lanny G” Warren, who toiled exceptionally to assemble our favorite station. With an incomparable team of talented individuals which include; on air personality Ras Clem, WB Radio continues to deliver to it’s well loved radio audience each and every Sunday from 6-8 PM, the innovation sounds for people on the move. Now we bring that same passion to you in an iPhone app that brings you music, news, and information, and videos..... HAVE FUN!!!

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Jan 19, 2014
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