5 Things You Didn't Know About 'TK In The AM'
Black Enterprise Magazine July/August 2018 Issue

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If you’re tired of terrestrial radio or believe that the Internet doesn’t create innovative programming anymore, allow us to introduce you the next-gen skills of “TK in the AM.”

A celebrated New York veteran in the radio scene, Keisha “Tasty Keish” Dutes has expressed her disenfranchisement with conventional radio’s uninspired playlist jocking and preferential treatment for “A-list” artists. It’s no secret that whenever an audiophile turns on the radio they are apt to hear some unfiltered garbage with a ratchet-sounding hook.

“TK in the AM” was created to serve as the necessary change within the airwaves.

As radio personality and “Master of All Ceremonies” for the show, Dutes executes professional quality programming every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EST on Bondfire Radio. Emboldened by an active online chat room following every minute of the musical action, “TK in the AM” reconnects the listener with the host, the talent, the music, and the conversation in-between.

Alongside TK are the inconspicuous Intern; Ankhle Conscious, the mad genius music director and associate producer; and you— the listener. “TK in the AM” represents a much needed changing of the guard in radio, and most importantly, plays what the audiophile wants to hear.

Check out highlights of five things that you didn’t know about “TK in the AM.”

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