Hmmm what is Mama Pope up to? We’ll find out (or will we?). Scandal is tonight 10pm ET! Are you ready for another mind blowing, heart racing episode! Tonight’s is directed by Howard University alum Debbie Allen! Whoo hoo! Watch it with me on twitter & facebook (@iamnikkistrong) as I tweet for our SiriusXM channel @HUR_Voices. Click here for a sneak peak!
You like getting the scoop on celebrities don’t you? Well join me today 12:30-1p ET on SiriusXM 141 HUR Voices as I chop it up with a vet who does it for a living. Before there were tons of blogs, Jawn Murray of AlwaysAList.com was holding it down. I remember reading his work on sites like EURweb.com, and AOL Black Voices and hearing him on Tom Joyner. Well this time we get into his BIZness, and talk about his journey from entertainment blogger w/ a focus on celebs of color to an all out pop culture expert, and more!He is my special guest on the entertainment and lifestyle news show, The Scene, which airs every Thursday 12:30pm ET on HUR Voices SiriusXM Channel 141.
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Her energy is infectious! "Edutainment" is her specialty. When Nikki Strong is on, you know you will get caught up in what's going down (and learn something new too)! From Soft Rock to Hip-Hop, Gospel to World music, Nikki's 15+ year radio career involves working in various capacities and formats. Currently Nikki serves as Producer of the Hang Suite on Saturday nights and the go-to Talent whenever anyone takes vacation time or needs a fun host for a remote event. She also host the news and entertainment show "The Scene" on SiriusXM 141 H.U.R. voices Thursdays at 12:30p. Engaging and informative, this Harlem native loves to have a good time with great music! One of her most fulfilling gigs was giving birth to the "Neo-Soul" channel, The Flow, at XM Satellite Radio where she worked as Music Director. She also served as Music Director and Air Talent for the World Music station XM100 WorldZone and then went on to help build an international Hip Hop music station for WorldSpace Satellite Radio. These last two positions, in particular, enabled Nikki to experience first hand how impactful African American culture, especially Soul, Hip Hop and Jazz have been on music from all over the world. Off air, Nikki loves the theater arts and also works as an actress/dancer/singer and voice over artist. She also teaches dance to youth in the DMV area. Occasionally you may catch her substitute teaching a Ballet, Modern or Jazz class for adults at several of the local dance studios, or flexing her acting chops on stage at one of DC's great theatres. Nikki is proud that DC has been her home for over 10 years. She is excited and honored to be a member of the WHUR family and its rich legacy.