Incognito “Posted On The Corner”
Incognito started his On-Air career in Columbus, Georgia and while building his career in a handful of rural radio markets within the state before landing a part-time job in Atlanta.
Fulfilling the next chapter of his career in the Buckeye state. Incognito rapidly was heard over the airwaves in not one but all Urban-One (Formally Radio One) Stations (WCKX-Columbus, WIZF-Cincinnati & WENZ-Cleveland) in Ohio. His night show “Posted On The Corner (POTC) was consistently crowned the #1 Night Show (Monday-Friday) in Cleveland and Cincinnati.
In February of 2020, Detroit, Michigan – Hot 107.5 (WGPR) and Indianapolis, Indiana – Hot 96.3 (WHHH) picked up Incognito’s show Posted On The Corner, lifting each stations night show ratings within the first PPM rating period which was a major accomplishment for Incognito. While in the midst of the pandemic there were massive layoffs across the state and many things had become uncertain. Much to Incognito’s surprise, in the same month the pandemic was confirmed he received a phone call from Urban-One VP of Programming Colby Tyner, Regional General Manager Eddie Harrell, and Operations Manager Yonni to inform him that Raleigh NC – K97.5 (WQOK) and Atlanta, Ga – Hot 107.9 (WHTA) would be picking up his show Posted On The Corner, weeknights from 7p until midnight. In addition to receiving the news about the expansion, Incognito was also informed he will be relocating to his home state of Georgia to syndicate the additional markets.
In addition to purpose, the “Play Hard, Work Harder” mentality landed Incognito at the very moment he had long dreamed of. As he continues to build his radio empire, engaging with listeners and market visits, national endorsements are his for the taken. With superb ratings and marketing, Incognito plans to take the Posted on the Corner flagship to markets of all sizes while continuing his mission of purpose and passion which is essentially serving individuals and families of the optimistic communities, inspired by entertainment.