Hot100, one of the biggest youth-based radios, announced that it would close this month after nearly 29 years of operation.
The management of the radio took to its social media handles to thank its supporters and listeners for having been loyal for two decades. It’s at that point that it revealed that it would indeed close business.
“…while we have enjoyed doing this, we believe that the time has come for us to move on,” part of the statement reads.
The radio’s target audience was an urban millennial. It was known for playing hip-hop, RnB, old-school, and other urbanized music.