Chris Epps Bio
Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Creative and now Radio Personality are a few adjectives that best describe Chris Epps.
To his credit he’s successfully written & executive produced both his own debut album entitled “Here I Am…” as well as BET’s Sunday’s Best contestant Jamarien Moore’s debut EP entitled “I’ll Go”.
In the best interest of expanding his creative reach, he created executive produced and launched The Social Breakdown web-series which debut January 2018.
As of Saturday June 2nd, 2018 Chris will officially join the Kluster Radio Group HOTT923 radio station family as a weekly LIVE on-air radio personality.
“Chris Epps Presents…” will feature a series of weekly interchangeable program content such as “Soul, R&B, Inspirational Saturday’s” bringing the hottest new & throwback music and celebrity interviews, “The Saturday Grove” featuring some of the hottest DJ extended mixes across the country, “Decades” , four women, four generations, one conversation and “Super Saturday” featuring Kluster Radio Group radio personalities all on one show and topic(s).
“Chris Epps Presents…” weekly series kicks-off on the June 2nd featuring Singer, Songwriter, Actress, and Celebrity Vocal Arranger/Producer Melonie Daniels-Walker promptly at 3pm!
Radio has NEVER been this HOT, GROWN, & SEXY!
Al B. Love! has logged over 25 years in the industry and he reflects on how he became interested in broadcasting and production. "I've been interested in "sound" for as long as I can remember. I used to have a portable cassette recorder and I found that when the batteries would run low, when I recorded my voice, it would change the pitch and sound. I also used to make tapes for a cousin of mine in L.A. We would always try to outdo each other. He was very good at mixing but I was better at putting together elements that could be played between songs. So when I would send him tapes, they would sound like a radio show complete with liners, drops and even commercials I would make up. When I first started out, I didn't own a lot of elaborate equipment.-just a Radio Shack mixer, a cassette recorder, a really cheap microphone and some old scratchy sound effects records that I would use to create drops and things". Read More