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You’ve probably heard his contagious voice while listening The afternoon descends on 99 Jamz on the way home from work. For more than 20 years, Supa Cindy has graced the local airwaves with her light-hearted banter about music and pop culture, rising through the ranks from intern to co-host. She made her debut The Big Lip Bandit Morning Show alongside former 99 Jamz personality Big Lip Bandit and comedian Benji Brown. “We definitely changed radio in South Florida,” she says of the experience. “Big Lip and I were the first duo, male and female, to have equal talk time. I think that’s what people relate to. Our chemistry and our fights live like brother and sister.” Now she’s Miami’s quintessential voice, lending her voice to topics ranging from entertainment news to mental health discussions, while continuing her impact on the local hip-hop scene with her “Miami Cypher” series. and her final Sunday night segment, “Co-Sign Radio,” where she debuts new music from emerging local artists with co-host Jill Strada. “My radio career began with DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Flo Rida and Pitbull,” Cindy explains. “All of them are my personal close friends. And to see their growth, I’m like, ‘Why is it impossible to see another Khaled or Rick Ross?'” upstarts like Kiddo Marv, King Hoodie, Tafia, Mike Smiff and Tierra Traniece. “I love the community . I love that I can go to any neighborhood and get the love and respect that I’ve earned,” she says. “I love my people, and when I say I love my people, I mean of the 305.”


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