Lady B, Philly born and raised, started her career at WHAT as an intern where she worked with Mary Mason. She got her first fulltime job at Power 99 as a full time DJ. She later transitioned to the competitor, 103.9 WPHI. Lady B has spent the majority of her radio career working in Philadelphia at stations like WRNB and Classix 107.9. Lady B has received several prestigious awards such as Philly Urban Legend Award and the King Peace Award, and many others. Her 30th anniversary concert featured a rap performance by then Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and a surprise performance from her longtime friend, Will Smith and Doug E. Fresh. Lady B is an avid Philly sports fan and an advocate in the community for organizations like Cancer Who? Hands Across Philly and 3rd Antioch Home School Center.
Dyana Williams, is an entertainment powerhouse and an award-winning broadcaster. She has served as a music activist, print journalist, television producer, reporter, and documentarian. One of her most significant accomplishments, is her work to lobby for the passage of House Resolution 509, The African-American Music Bill. The bill not only recognizes African-American music as a viable cultural and economic entity but also established June as Black Music Month. She is the entertainment correspondent on Chasing News with Bill Spadea, which airs each Thursday on Fox 29 in Philadelphia and is a frequent commentator on African-American music and culture.
Williams graduated from Temple University cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in radio, television, and film. She currently sits on the Board of Visitors of Temple University’s Klein College of Media and Communication.