A New Internet Radio In Lagos, Nigeria

Date: 07-10-2013 7:51 pm (7 years ago) | Author: DJ O'KAY MEGAMIXER
- at 7-10-2013 07:51 PM (7 years ago)
One of Nigeria’s top DJs, O’kay Megamixer, has founded 234Radio as his latest contribution to the continuously growing radio broadcasting sector in the country. “234Radio is a child of necessity,” says DJ O’kay.
“I am not one to just sit back and watch other people make substantial contributions. I am the type who must also make essential contributions, and while I’ve been doing so all along in the entertainment industry as a DJ, consultant and so on, I decided that establishing 234Radio would be a really definite way of making a statement to the whole world that I am ready and willing to contribute greatly and definitively to the entertainment industry.”

Speaking further, he said, “We cannot dispute the fact that the internet is the major innovation in the world presently and that it is affecting every industry in one way or the other. And with that in mind, I decided that it would be better for me to start 234Radio as an internet radio first. Listeners can therefore listen anytime and anywhere in the world by visiting www.234radio.com on any internet-enabled device.”

He added that 234Radio has begun transmission already and is transmitting from Nigeria, UK, Jamaica, USA and other parts of the world. “The response to 234Radio has been amazing. Artistes who have been starved of airplay on terrestrial radio stations are now getting it on 234Radio to not just any audience but a worldwide audience as we don’t have any geographical barrier.

Ours is total entertainment without bounds, so it’s not surprising that the world is warming up to us.” Having amassed over ten years experience in radio programming himself working with different radio stations, O’kay is able to effectively juxtapose several genres of music all on 234Radio successfully. “We play every sort of music. Alternative, blues, classical, country, electronic, hip-hop, rap, inspirational, jazz, afrobeat, afropop, reggae, R&B, soul and so on. We are not here to play, we are here to take over, so don’t be surprised when we do so,” he concluded confidently.

Posted: at 7-10-2013 07:51 PM (7 years ago) | Upcoming