July 1, 2022

94.7 The Block Adds Saturday Night Mixers Featuring DJ Cocoa Chanelle and Sunday Morning Community Shows

Brand Manager of 94.7 The Block Skip Dillard adds DJ Cocoa Chanelle for Saturday nights starting July 4th weekend and every Saturday evening. Since the station launch last October, 94.7 The Block has added Nick Cannon for Middays with DJ Mister Cee at Noon, Shelley Wade in the afternoon with DJ Scratch's mix at 5, and Ed Lover at night. No word yet on the all important morning drive show, but look for a Fall debut.

DJ Cocoa Chanelle writes:

I’m happy to announce… I’m BACK on New York radio with a new show airing EVERY Saturday 7pm to 9pm Eastern on the Hip Hop and R&B station @947theblock.

The station covers New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and parts of North Pennsylvania and is home to @nickcannon @edlover @djscratch @djmistercee @theoneandonlyshelleywade and there’s MORE to be announced. A special Thank you to the Brand Manager @skipdillard for all the love and support, and for offering me the position.

Annnnd, a special thank you to EVERYONE who has always supported me over the years. I truly appreciate you all ❤️. Please Tell a friend to tell a friend to tune in EVERY SATURDAY 7-9pm. 🙌🏾

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