To continue to bring a plethora of different styles and sounds to their evening program. BBC Radio Leeds have called upon Nicole Raymond who’s all about arts and culture. The name of the show is “Backstage”. Nicole, also known as DJ Nik Nak, has supported the likes of Grandmaster Flash and has regularly performed across the country and at multiple festivals. Speaking on her addition to BBC Radio Leeds, Nicole said, “I’ll be showcasing some of the amazing creativity we have in West Yorkshire in the world of music, theatre, dance, spoken word and performance. Listeners can also expect a wide variety of music that they wouldn’t necessarily expect to hear anywhere else on the BBC. It’s going to be a real mixture, but each show will have something unique.”
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Secondly, DJ Rav Basra will be hosting The Friday Project on Friday evenings. With live mixing crossed with classic tunes, the entertainer is a master of his craft that has has perfected over the years. “I will be bringing three hours of chart-topping music from the last four decades to BBC Radio Leeds. My show will be back to back mixes that will get you shaking a leg or even a cheeky chair dance! I’ll also be looking at what’s on across West Yorkshire no matter if it’s a weekend in or a weekend out.”
Make sure you check out the shows, along with our personal favourite (Monday Night Mixtape) with Emily Pilbeam, Faisal Motin and Sanchez Payne. Look out for the HHKMag exclusive recap of the BBC Radio Leeds Voice of Bradford Rap Showcase, which will be available to watch on YouTube soon.