August 18, 2021

The Baka Boyz are Offering Free Mix Shows for Labor Day Weekend

The world-famous Baka Boyz is offering all three versions (Hip-Hop, CHR, Classic Hip-Hop) of their 3-hour weekend mix show barter free for Labor Day. The Hip Hop Mastermix, the All Star Hit Mix and The Hip Hop Mastermix Classic serves Urban/Rhythmic Stations, Mainstream CHR and Throwback stations in an energetic, radio friendly, hit-intensive format, with just the right amount of talk while keeping the music the star.

There will be three versions of the show available:  Hip Hop Mastermix, All Star Hit Mix for CHR stations, and Hip Hop Mastermix Classic for Throwback stations. This commercial free mix is free to air for any non-competitive markets.

Heard on over 85 stations and a ratings powerhouse, this is a great opportunity for programmers to test drive what is considered the gold standard of mix show programming.

About the Baka Boyz: For over 20 years, the Baka Boyz has been a rock solid winning brand both as a weekend syndicated product and as a daily show in markets as diverse as Los Angeles, Miami, Boston, Dallas,  San Francisco, Kansas City, San Diego, Orlando, and Portland, Oregon. The Baka Boyz and Compass Media Networks joined forces August 2020.

Visit Compass Media Networks https://www.compassmedianetworks.com/index.php/show-specials/bakaboyz-laborday-special/

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