After 8 years there, DJ Envy has left New York radio station Hot 97. DJ Envy is not the only that has left Hot 97 in the past few years. Other’s that have left Hot 97 include DJ Clue, Ed Lover, Star and Buckwild.
A few hours ago, DJ Envy took to his Twitter account to announce his departure from Hot 97 to all his fans.
Envy was spinning on his own mixshows on Hot 97 called “The People’s Mix” on Saturdays from 12pm to 2pm and “The People’s Choice Hit List” on Sundays 5pm to 8pm. He recently started a “New at 2” segment on Hot 97 where he played the newest hits from 2 to 2:30pm. He also currently hosts Hip-Hop Nations afternoon show on Sirius Satellite Radio from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. daily.
Rumor is that much like the others that have left Hot 97, Envy is flipping the switch to Hot 97’s rival station Power 105(WWPR-FM). Let’s see how that pans out.
DJ Envy also currently serves as the President & CEO of BLOK Entertainment, his own management and production company that has already produced tracks for such artist like DMX, Murderers, Funkmaster Flex, Foxy Brown, Juvenile, Petey Pablo, Fabolous and many more.