June 28, 2022

Forge 103.9 Bakersfield Selects The Baka Boyz for Afternoons

Chavez Radio Group KBDS-FM “Forge 103.9” Bakersfield CA Brings Home The Baka Boyz for Weekdays 3pm to 7pm

The World-Famous Baka Boyz (aka Eric and Nick Vidal) announce the newest affiliate “Forge 103.9” Bakersfield for their daily show.  The daily show launched in summer 2021 in partnership with Compass Media Networks and Oceanic Tradewinds.

Maria Barquin, Program Director Forge 103.9, states “We are excited to welcome the Baka Boyz to Forge!  This show is the perfect complement to our unique format!  We know Bakersfield is the Baka home and listeners are going to love them as much as we do!”

Bob Fuentes, Music Director KBDS Forge 103.9, adds “It was the easiest decision to make to have The Baka Boyz back on the radio in their hometown, it's what Bakersfield has been missing, Welcome home to the Baka Boyz!”

The Baka Boyz comment “Not many people know that the Baka Boyz name was inspired because we got our start in Bakersfield. We were the Bakersfield Boyz. It means so much to us to be heard back home on The Forge. Thank you, Bob and Maria.”

The syndicated program is delivered content-only so stations can program their own music, whether its Hip-Hop, Classic Hip Hop, Rhythmic AC, Throwback, Urban AC, even Pop, or Rhythmic CHR. 

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