The two unveiled the new Hot 96 studio that was designed under the authority of Head of Radio Cynthia Mwangi.
Addressing Kenyans.co.ke, Mwangi promised that new things were in the offing with the uncovering of the studio.
The Hot 96 boss further uncovered that they had launched a new show that will air on Friday evening. It will be hosted by two DJs playing throwback music. "We have a great deal of new things that we have planned for our listeners and they need to remain tuned. The Friday throwback show with WDJ and DJ Mr Drew is only a tip of what we intend to give our fans," she expressed.
Mwangi additionally uncovered that the new studio will exceptionally zero in on digital content.
Royal Media Services focused on having a white, black and red theme for the new Hot96 studio which is home to a portion of the top radio personalities in the country.
Citizen TV gave fans a brief look into the new home of Jeff, Nick, John Kyanda, Willis Raburu, Cynthia Mwangi, Patrick Igunza, Bensu, DJ Roy TeeBoy, DJ Micky, Coco So boo, Terry Muikamba and Rapcha the Sayantist.Hot 96 revealed the new studio as they celebrated 15 years of being on-air.
Terry Muikamba joined Royal Media Service's Hot 96, in January 2021 where she revealed another show alongside journalist Willis Raburu.
Hot 96 likewise unveiled a new presenter to take over from Herman Kago alias Prof Hamo who quitted from the station in May 2021.
Nick Odhiambo came in to replace Prof Hamo on the Hot 96 Breakfast Show alongside Jeff Koinange. Nick recently worked at Radio Maisha prior to partying ways from the Standard-owned radio station. He declared that he will make a quick rebound subsequent to quitting.
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