Join Kat D & Derek Harper Majic 107.5 / 97.5 each and every Saturday night at Club Karma on the Eastside for our LIVE broadcast from 9pm to 1am! You can also catch us at Club Bolts for our LIVE broadcast from 9pm to 1am!
Café Mocha’s MC Lyte was a rap icon before she even got her driver’s license. A force to reckon with in the music industry she earned accolades from all ends of the spectrum after her hip hop anthem “Ruffneck” went to #1 and earned her a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rap Single in 1993. Today a two-time Grammy nominated hip-hop artist, MC Lyte is one of the most popular and recognized voices behind Café Mocha. She brings her vast knowledge of music and serves up the popular signature “Lyte Mix” to close the show each week.
Café Mocha’s Angelique is a veteran broadcaster and the producer of the Café Mocha Radio Show. Angelique is no stranger to radio as she served as a talent and producer on The Beat and Power 106 in Los Angeles. From planning to perfect execution which ensures Café Mocha is on-target and Arbitron PPM friendly. Perrin serves as the third proverbial voice of reason joining Lyte and Love to round out this unique radio experience.
Café Mocha’s Loni Love brings the gift of laughter to the program as the master of One-Liners! An engineer by trade for the automotive industry in Detroit, Loni abandoned her years of college and training for the fast-track to stardom as she pursued her life-long dream to become a comedienne. This sought-after entertainment mega star has appeared on: E! Entertainment’s “Chelsea Lately,” “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” and most recently the anchor co-host of THE REAL.
A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Derek was the first African-American male from that city to receive Congressional nominations to attend The United States Naval Academy, West Point and the United States Air Force Academy. He attended the U.S. Air Force Academy Prep School for one year before deciding to pursue his interest in entertainment and accepting a scholarship to Florida A&M University, which is where he started his radio career.