Schedule

  • 12:00pm - 4:00pm

    Mina SayWhat

    Mina SayWhat

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    Mina SayWhat is a Multi-Media Personality who is smart, sexy and cool.  She is very outspoken and down to earth. In addition to Boom 103.9, Mina can be heard nationwide on SIRIUS XM The Heat and she also podcasts weekly from her house. Her podcast, appropriately titled “Mina’s House,” can be found on www.MinaSayWhat.com Mina has also been an On-Camera Contributor on Fox 29 Philadelphia since 2014.  She is bilingual and has hosted Philly’s Puerto Rican Parade since 2015, which airs on 6ABC in Philly.
     
    Mina grew up in Union City, an impoverished neighborhood in New Jersey, and is the product of a single mother home. Despite their hardships, Mina grew up in a big loving family and developed a strong passion for music, sports, and dance. She was very athletic, playing basketball, volleyball and softball, and graduated Salutatorian from high school. She memorized song lyrics and played video games for fun. She always loved to learn and laugh.
     
    Mina’s career in broadcast begun at the age of 18 while she was a freshman at Syracuse University (SU).  She was on-air daily on the school radio station, WJPZ 89.1 and also interned under Ebro Darden at Hot 97 in New York and Hot 107.9 in Syracuse, NY.  Mina ended up graduating Cum Laude from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication at SU with dual majors in Television, Radio And Film/Political Science and a minor in Music Business. 
     
    One week after graduation, Mina started her first official (paying.. lol) job in radio at SIRIUS XM in New York – she was 21! At the age of 25, Mina took her first Morning Show Host position in Philadelphia and woke up the Delaware Valley everyday for 6 years. She was also the voice of the weather for 103.5 The Beat in Miami from 2013 to 2017.  In 2018, Mina returned to SIRIUS XM and landed weekends on Boom 103.9 Philly.  
     
    When Mina is not on the radio, podcasting, hosting an event, at a concert or speaking at a school, you can find her giving back. She is the founder of “The Power Squad,” an all-female dance team ages 15-23, where Mina serves as a coach and mentor. She works with the Philadelphia 76ers Sixers Youth Foundation and is an ambassador for La Liga Del Barrio kids basketball league. Mina also volunteers at the AWA Animal Shelter in New Jersey.  Keep up with what’s happening in #MinasHouse and her world @MinaSayWhat.

  • 4:00pm - 8:00pm

    On Air With Sir

    On Air with Sir

    At age 12, I was a problem child. From setting my school on fire to stealing and racing cars, I did it. One day my mom had had enough. “That’s it!” she said, “I’ve had it! I’m sending you away! Pack up!”

    I couldn’t tell whether she was serious or not, but I packed. While on the way to a group home, with my clothes in the back seat of the car, my mom stopped to pick up her paycheck. “Don’t move,” she said as she got out of the car.

    Being the kid I was, I got out as soon as she was out of sight and followed her into the building. As I roamed the building, I walked into a radio station. It was WDRE 103.9, a rock station. The receptionist probably thought I was the child of someone who worked there and I walked into the offices freely. After an hour and a half of exploring I got bored and headed back to the car. On my way there, I found my mom crying on the floor.

    “I thought someone took you!” she yelled. A man walked into the hallway and saw my mom crying. “Are you OK?” he asked her. “My son is driving me crazy! I don’t know what to do anymore!” “Come in and let me talk to him,” the man said. My mom and I went into the radio station. He sat my mom in the conference room.

    “I’ll be right back, try to relax. I’ll talk to him.” He took me into his office. I didn’t like the idea of someone other than my father trying to straighten me out. I threw my hoodie over my head and crossed my arms. “You ain’t my dad,” I thought.

    The man started with speeches I had heard before: “You can’t do this,” “Life is real,” “Do you want to end up in jail or dead?” Yeah, yeah. Got it.Then this: “How about for every A you get on your report card I’ll give you $75, and for every B, I’ll give you $50 and for every C, D or F, I’ll take money away, and if you get straight honor roll and don’t get in trouble again, I will give you a job here talking on the radio.” My eyes got wide, the hoodie came down. “That’s like, a million dollars!” I thought. “Deal!” I said.

    A few months later, I came back with nothing but A’s and B’s, got over $750, and started talking on the radio. The guy changed my life and his name was Mic Fox, now an executive at Hot 97 FM. Mic and I have been great friends for over ten years now. I see Mic as a big brother and an inspiration. He later got me a job hosting on BET for four years, which gave me a solid foundation in the broadcast industry, a foundation I’m building on now.

  • 8:00pm - 12:00am

    TizzTheInfluence

    TizzTheInfluence

    TizzTheInfluence is the all-around entertainer. He is a young DJ/Host/Producer/Personality from New Rochelle, NY.

    His career began back in high-school, MCing events such as pep rallies, basketball games, and charity events. He would then continue to take over the scene as he went on to college in Connecticut! As a college freshman he was hosting some of the biggest concerts in New Haven.

    After finishing his first year of college, he went out searching for bigger opportunity as he transferred to Temple University. While at Temple, he would become a brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., and serve as his Chapter President. He would also serve as President of the NPHC.

    While balancing school, Tizz would be on tours all throughout the country, DJing and Hosting on some of the biggest stages this business has the offer. Tizz was a featured host on The BET Experience, and received amazing reviews nationally.

    Furthermore, Tizz has been a featured DJ at The Rolling Loud festival multiple times within the year. While still touring under labels like Bad Boy Entertainment and 1017 Records, Tizz is now tearing down the Philadelphia party scene with his charismatic energy.

    You can hear him spinning on Boom 103.9 on Mon/Weds @ 9pm.

    And his show #TheSundayNightFlex is from 8pm-12am every Sunday.

    Be sure to follow him on Instagram: @TizzTheInfluence