A longtime Chicago media staple, and one of our own freelance correspondents, Julian On Da Radio just dropped a big thank you and announcement for what lies ahead for his career. His stint with B96 as 1/2 of the morning show with J Niice has ended and he produced this video above as first and foremost, a thank you to Chicago and the opportunity it has brought him throughout the years the D.C. native has been on the radio here. Gotta love the heartfelt and sincere gratitude Julian delivers in the video, while also displaying what makes him and his personality so fun throughout. Really, just press play and you'll find out in the first few seconds.
As Julian says, the journey will go on and so be sure to keep it locked here on GWHH and julianontheradio.com for Julian's next big announcement is coming up in the near future...
And on behalf of all Chicago, thank YOU Julian for being that iconic voice on the B96 Morning Show and all the events, interviews, and just fun and positive energy that you've spread across everyone along the way!
We bring you another exclusive interview with the host of the Help Me Help Haiti benefit event: Julian (Of B96 Chicago). We discussed a variety of topics including advice for upcoming DJs and radio personalities, how Julian came to B96 and Chicago all the way from D.C., a little bit about some of the current mainstream music, and where things are moving in the industry. It was particularly inspiring to hear Julian’s story of how he came to Chicago not knowing anybody to get where he is today – a longtime mainstay at one of Chicago’s biggest radio stations. Julian definitely dropped some knowledge on us, so peep above to get a bit more accustomed to the guy you hear every morning on B96 from 5:30 – 9am. We wish him nothin’ but continued success.
Down below, we have an amazing gallery of photos to behold featuring Julian, event organizer Jen DeLeon, and performers like LA & Mr. Music, S-Preme, Teron James, Nonamus and much more! Also don’t miss the dope video recap of the event below, which we were thrilled to be a part of. For more on Help Me Help Haiti, visit JenDeLeon.com and for more on Mclaren Soriano Photography visit mclarensoriano.daportfolio.com as well as video production by Unscene Media. Keep it locked for more performance footage throughout the week. Enjoy!