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OverNite Vibes

12:00 am 4:00 am

Background

Wednesday

OverNite Vibes

12:00amWednesday

12:00amWednesday

Things get rougher late in the night. Meaning some of our most hardcore tracks from different genres of the Kingdom.

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Early Mawnin Vibes

4:00amWednesday

4:00amWednesday

Get the easy smooth vibes you need at this time of the morning.

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Mawnin Vibes

8:00amWednesday

8:00amWednesday

There's no time and nothing in the mawnin vibes to put you to sleep.

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Tea Spoon Vibes

12:00pmWednesday

12:00pmWednesday

In the Afternoon you may be stressing from the vibes in the workplace. Tea Spoon vibes takes you to that calming zone,

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Afternoon Vibes

2:00pmWednesday

2:00pmWednesday

It's getting closer to quitting time. And the Afternoon vibes will take you there.

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Anything Goes

4:00pmWednesday

4:00pmWednesday

This space is vacant so if you're a dj and can mix (beatmatch) and blend your music contact us, send a 30 min demo of what you'd do and we'll talk about it. At any this slot could be a strong conscious talk show or strong conscious musical vibes.

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Kulture Vibes

8:00pmWednesday

8:00pmWednesday

Hempress Selektress with reggae vibes, hiphop, dance hall and other selektions.  Kulture Vibes is about bringing forth our culture and enlightening each other on various aspects of our culture.

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The Cutting Edge

10:00pmWednesday

10:00pmWednesday

This show is out of Ocho Rios in Jamaica on Irie FM, (paid subscription required to listen). Strong conscious vibes, music and social commentary. Allan Hope, better known as Mutabaruka, is a Jamaican Rastafari dub poet, musician, actor, educator, and talk-show host, who developed two of Jamaica's most popular radio programs, The Cutting Edge and Steppin' Razor. His name comes from the Rwandan language Kinyarwanda and translates as "one who is always victorious". His themes include politics, culture, Black liberation, social oppression, discrimination, poverty, racism, sexism, and religion.

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