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  1. Angela Yee started her career in radio as a co-host on the "Cipha Sounds Effect" morning show at Sirius Satellite Radio. She was drafted by Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, to audition for the slot after inquiring about an available marketing position. Yee managed to impress her audience and bosses after a standout interview with Jay-Z, and she was hired. Angela's ambition soon led to her own weekly nighttime show, "Lip Service." The show proved to be a platform for women who were usually......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Angela Yee started her career in radio as a co-host on the "Cipha Sounds Effect" morning show at Sirius Satellite Radio. She was drafted by Eminem's manager, Paul Rosenberg, to audition for the slot after inquiring about an available marketing position. Yee managed to impress her audience and bosses after a standout interview with Jay-Z, and she was hired.

    Angela's ambition soon led to her own weekly nighttime show, "Lip Service." The show proved to be a platform for women who were usually seen and not heard (video vixens, models, porn stars, etc.) to showcase their personalities and provide unique interviews. Angela then earned her own morning show, "The Morning After with Angela Yee," where she honed her craft and soon became one of the most coveted urban radio hosts.

    After 6 years at Sirius, she was offered several opportunities and opted to become the female voice on "The Breakfast Club" on Power 105.1 in radio's number one market, NYC. As one-third of the trio consisting of DJ Envy and Charlamagne tha God, Angela is known for her witty remarks, knowledge of current events, and support of female empowerment. After only two years on Power 105, "The Breakfast Club" has already been dubbed the number one radio program in the nation by The Source magazine and is generally regarded as the most informative and entertaining urban morning show today.

    In addition to her radio show, Angela continues to build her brand as the NYC Ambassador for Belvedere Vodka, the spokesperson for Miss Jessie's Pillow Soft Curls hair care line, and a Vibe Magazine columnist.

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