Greg Street Plans Giant Cookout For Listeners

Atlanta on-air personality Greg Street is making the summer more memorable for radio listeners with his upcoming Good Day cookout tour.

The outing, which is geared toward the South and Midwest, represents a way for Street to give back to fans, who will gather in a fun, safe setting, according to Street.

"I want to plan a giant cookout for the listeners of radio stations in different cities and invite their families out. I want mothers, grandmothers and kids to come out and have a good time," the Hattiesburg, Mississippi native said. "The food and the beverages will be free. Then at night we’ll do a party so we’ll touch on both levels of what’s going on: the family thing and the party thing."

A fixture on Atlanta’s airwaves, Street is a radio veteran who is also known for his work with various charities, events and foundations, as well as the creation of his Street Academy/Operation Correct Start, which works to help young boys become men and avoid negative situations in their communities.

The Good Day tour is one of a series of specialized promotions and events Street is using to promote his forthcoming album Greg Street Certified Worldwide.

Among those featured on the Interscope Records release are rapper’s Lil Wayne, Game, Soulja Boy, Kardinal Offishall, Rich Boy, Wale and Nappy Roots, who appear on the album’s lead single "Good Day."

The song’s video, which is currently airing on BET’s 106 and Park, features Street with a classroom of singing school children interspersed with scenes of members of Nappy Roots.

In addition to his album, the disc jockey is working on several projects that include a documentary titled How We Did It: The Movie.

According to sources, the film will include appearances from Pharrell, T.I., Outkast, Ludacris, Jermaine Dupri, Swizz Beatz, Lil Jon, David Banner, Jazze Pha, Baby, Trick Daddy, Rick Ross as they reveal the secrets behind their success.

To see Greg Street’s video to the song "Good Day," visit