On Demand: Host Anthony Weeks and his Kallalo team kick off the syndicated Morning Mixer simulcast on New York’s FM 97.9 HD2, which features news and information—as well as a Money Talk & More segment—geared toward the tri-state area’s four million of Caribbean people.
At 9 PM The Bottom Line Sports Show kicks it with WNBA star Cappie Pondexter, who snagged a gold medal at the 2008 Olympic Games. Plus: Chicago Bears wide receiver Devin Aromashodu, and Roman Oben of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ 2002 Super Bowl champion team.
At 6 PM Women on the Move’s Leslie Harris gives it up for rapper Sean “The Pen” Garrett, who, in his 7-year stint as a producer, has turned out 15 No. 1 singles, while working with such A-listers as Justin Bieber, Rhianna and Jesse McCartney. Sean will fill us in on his new CD, Courtesy Of.
On Demand: T. Mills—whose new album, Ready, Fire, Aim, drops Sept. 28—is one cocky hip-hop artist. “I don’t mean to brag but I’m kind of ruling the Internet right now,” he tells our Artists on Demand hosts. Just type in T-M-I-L-L-S and my face will pop up.”
At 7 PM MZN Promotions host Ravenda Dallah chills with rising R&B artist Tiffany Cheri Price (at left with Parliament Funkadelic’s George Clinton), who’ll sample her debut single, Ain’t No Secret, and chat about her forthcoming album Against Da Media.
At 9 PM Icon Fetch’s Tony Peters goes one-on-one with Ray Charles Jr., whose dad was (you guessed it) America’s most iconic soul (not to mention R&B and blues and gospel and country) sensation. Ray Jr. will discuss his new book, You Don’t Know Me, which confronts Ray Sr.’s legacy.
*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.