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Prince Slomo

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Young self-taught sound engineer and producer specialized in the Dancehall, R&B and Hip-Hop genre. Slomo and his family moved to Toronto, Canada at a young age due to the political instability in Yemen. However, growing up in a city where entertainment is the key, Slomo was motivated to learn about music and vocal production. The […]

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Marian Zaito (EM)

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EM joined the team when she was 16. She did a bit of everything; audio editing, voice recording, website management, and entertainment news reporting. EM might sound hard working, but she has a very short attention span. EM does graphic design at FSU. She is artistic but does not make enough art for the station. […]

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Mr. Zee (DJ PRO)

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While getting their first tattoo and listening to Tupac and Eminem, Diar and Zana (Mr. Zee) decided to introduce western dance music into the local scene. Diar, a photographer and Mr. Zee, a humanitarian mine action worker and part time bartender started the DJ Pro project. Equipped with talents in photography, photo editing, videography, video […]

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Noor

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Growing up in metro-Detroit as an immigrant, Noor quickly found his escape with media during his teen years. By the time he was 16, he created his own company, Nor-torious Productions, and led the media department at Fitzgerald High School. Selling customized mixes on CDs out of his trunk, Noor quickly established his name for […]

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Zoë

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For as long as she could remember, Zoë was passionate about expressing herself and being witty and sarcastic when doing so. She always wanted to find a job where she can use her sense of humor to make a good influence on her society and she was able to get her first job as a […]

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Daniel Smith

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In 2016, having not been on the radio for many years, Daniel approached Babylon FM station manager Noor Matti with hopes of doing some voiceover or commercial work in his spare time. They got along well, and within 15 minutes, they had agreed upon a new program that would feature “oldies” from the 1950s to […]

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