BSR Show of the Week: For the Record…

Written by on December 17, 2018

Every week of programming we will be highlighting the Black Squirrel Radio Show of the Week

This week’s show is For the Record…


For the Record is hosted by Akii Butler. Butler has not only been a DJ at the station for several semesters with his former show Poppin Awf he’s also been a member of web staff and is the stations current marketing director. For all the best in pop culture and pop music check out For the Record.

Describe your show:
For The Record is a weekly show that focuses on urban pop culture and all things music. Every week we have a new fresh playlist full of hits, classics and new songs from new artists.

How did you come up with your show concept:
I came up with the concept by one night by watching Urban Legend, the one with Tara Reid. She had a cool radio show so I kind of tweaked it to make it my own.

What do you do in your free time:
In my free time I like to binge Netflix and eat all of the junk food possible.

Who are some of your favorite bands/artists:
I’m a big fan of Beyoncé, Normani, Aaliyah, Maxwell, Miguel and Aminé

What was your favorite show moment:
My favorite show moment was when I had my friend on air with me. It was hilarious.

What is your favorite thing about BSR:
My favorite thing about BSR is how we are all so different but somehow fit so well.

What is your favorite BSR memory:
My favorite memory was when I got to DJ an event. Who knew that’s would be so fun.

Who is an artist you think more people should like:
Miguel, that man is a vocalist that makes bomb music. It’s sad he doesn’t get more recognition.

Who do you think is the most overrated in music today:
Most overrated today is Drake. He makes good songs but radio overplays him a lot.

If you could see anyone in concert who would it be and why:
I would probably Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Whitney, and Mariah in their prime. That would be an experience.

Who would be your dream duet:
My dream duet would probably be with Aaliyah or Beyoncé.


Tune into For the Record… only on Black Squirrel Radio!

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