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    Praise 92.7 / 100.9, Charlotte’s Inspiration Station, is the station for Charlotte’s inspirational community. Kick off your mornings at 6AM with Yolanda Adams, Lonnie Hunter at 10AM, Melanie Clark at 2 PM, & CoCo Brother at night at 7p! Visit PraiseCharlotte.com
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    Welcome to Old School 100.3! Old School 100.3 features the best Old School Music in Philadelphia like: Earth, Wind & Fire, Marvin Gaye, Teddy Pendergrass, Michael Jackson, Heatwave, Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross, The O’Jays, The Isley Brothers and more! Also, you can hear The Tom Joyner Morning show weekdays. Check out our concerts, events, contests, music playlist at oldschool1003.com
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    Enjoy old school hits all day! Be sure to check out our contests, events and exclusive Charlotte news right here on OldSchool1053.com . Help select the songs we play on the station by texting the keyword PLAYLIST and your favorite old school song to 80185.
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    This Soulful Christmas playlist is one can share with your family for all times. Brought to you by Lead Editor Elev8.com
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    Rickey Smiley Presents recent artists on the Rickey Smiley Morning Show
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    Hot 107.9 is ATL’s Only Hip Hop station! Start your day off with the Rickey Smiley Morning Show at 6a! Visit us at HotSpotATL.com
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    Philly’s Inspiration Station delivers great inspiring music. Start your mornings off with the Yolanda Adam's Morning Show! Visit us at PraisePhilly.com
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    This playlist features today's biggest rap and R&B songs. Updated constantly, this is the best destination for new rap and R&B music.
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    Commercial-free Hip Hop and R&B on KYS-DC! Kick off your mornings with the Russ Parr Morning Show weekdays at 6 AM. Visit us online at KYSDC.com
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    Hip hop started with the DJ. From the original turntable stylists of the late '70s and early '80s until now, we big up the art of DJing while tracing the evolution of turntablism.
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    Early rap hits from the days when all a rapper needed was two turntables and a microphone.

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