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August 26, 2020

A Legendary Iconic Music Superstar Calls The Frank Ski Show with Nina Brown to Get On Frank

It's been quite a run lately for Frank Ski, the afternoon host at 96.3 WHUR. Frank left his number one rated morning show at V-103 in Atlanta about a month ago for afternoons in Washington, D.C. with his longtime producer and now co-host Nina Brown. All of this in the midst of a pandemic. Which in some ways made the transition easier.

Then came the success in the Hip Hop world with the song 'WAP' by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion that sampled his Baltimore club hit from 1993. Frank Ski received a writing credit on the song that has received millions of streams and views on YouTube globally.

It just so happens that today while generating a topic that would garner interest and calls for his listeners, an iconic superstar became so interested in the topic that he called into the show. He had been listening to the show via Alexa. 

Click the link below to find out about the topic and what made this person make Frank Ski change his opinion about the topic and agree with Nina Brown!

Listen Here:🔗 Music Superstar Calls in to WHUR

Any takeaways?

1) You never know who's listening

2) Today's listening platforms means radio/audio is not limited to a local market

3) There are so many ways to build your brand, and still even in radio the possibilities are endless

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