For the Fellas: Know Your Stats Hot 103 Jamz Interviews


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Ro James stops in for an interview with Brooklyn Martino as he gears up for his tour with Toni Braxton. Listen to the full interview now! 



After the season finale of Rob & Chyna, catch the 3rd episode of WAGS Miami. If you missed the LA drama, Miami is sure to be more turnt up.


Listen in to the chat with cast member Darnell Nicole, who's engaged to Reshad Jones of the Miami Dolphins. She talks about finding her purpose instead of getting lost in him --and yes, the drama on the show.


This woman right here is inspirational. Between her faith, love for family and philanthropy, Cookie Johnson amazes me. But now, we get to know Cookie even better in her new memoir, Believing in Magic.


The wife of NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson shares details of her marriage, motherhood, faith, and how his HIV diagnosis twenty-five years ago impacted them.  That fateful day, November 7, 1991, Magic stunned the world with the news that he was HIV-positive. Cookie has never shared her full account of the reasons that she stayed and her life with him.


Until now.


Listen in for more.


OWN, Oprah Winfrey Network, is acquiring the rights to air T.D. Jakes, the new syndicated daily one-hour talk show hosted by Bishop T.D. Jakes. OWN’s launch of the show kicks off next  Monday, September 19th.  Listen in for the scoop.


NFL Hall of Famer Michael Haynes stats earned him the ultimate accolade, but football wasn’t his only victory.


He is also a prostate cancer survivor. This cancer is more common than you think. Let me put it to you like this:

On any given Sunday 1 in 7 men watching an NFL game will be diagnosed with this disease.

The odds increase to 1 in 5 if they are African American.

They shoot up to 1 in 3 if they have a family history.

These are stats that no one wants to receive.

An estimated 181,000 new cases will be diagnosed in 2016 – that equates  to one father, brother or loved one being diagnosed every three minutes. Prostate cancer is also the second leading cause of cancer-related death among men.


There are often no symptoms, which is why early detection for prostate cancer is key.


This is why the NFL has teamed up with the Urology Care Foundation for the Know Your Stats About Prostate Cancer® campaign, led by Pro Football Hall of Famer and prostate cancer survivor, Michael Haynes.


Fellas, please listen in for this important information for prostate cancer intervention. Ladies, pass this on to the men in your life so they may live it to the fullest.