Big Tigger Goes “Live” With Nationally Syndicated Radio Show

Radio DJ and BET VJ, Big Tigger has embarked

upon a new journey with the debut of "Live in the Den with Big Tigger,"

his first nationally syndicated show, which will feature industry news, celebrity

interviews and a top-ten countdown over a two-hour period.

"I am extremely pleased to have the opportunity

to have a national presence in my first love, radio" Big Tigger told

"I am ready to create new levels and standards for urban syndicated radio!"

"Live" will get underway on Sunday,

April 27 from 6:00pm - 8:00pm EST with a string of live interviews, set to take

place consecutively over four weeks, including 50 Cent, R. Kelly, P. Diddy and

LL Cool J.

Regular segments will include: "Featured

Artist of the Week," "Backseat Slow Jam," "Back in the Days,"

"On the Come Up," "Big Tigger's Mini Mixx" and "Synopsis."

Some of these segments will feature new artists,

old school classics and Monie Love's scoop on the latest entertainment news.

According to Tigger, "Live in the Den with

Big Tigger" "will deliver the latest in songs, artists and news to

a wide range of music fans, keeping them in the know and making an impact on

the hip-hop community at large."

"Live in the Den with Big Tigger" will

be syndicated and distributed by the number one radio network Premiere Radio

Networks, which hosts such personalities as Rick Dees, Casey Kasem, Rush Limbaugh

and many others.

"I'm very excited to partner with Premiere

Radio Networks to launch my first nationally syndicated radio show," said

Big Tigger.

Premiere syndicates more than 100 radio programs,

services to more than 5,000 radio affiliations and reaches over 180 million

listeners weekly!

In addition to being on-air (host of New York

City's Power 105.1 FM, Detroit's FM98 WJLB, Miami's new 103.5 FM The Beat) and

on TV (host of BET's "Rap City: Tha Basement"), he will hold his annual

Big Tigger's Celebrity Classic in D.C. on June 27-29 this year and Big Tigger

continues to stay committed to the non-profit that he founded - Street Corner