About Dre Johnson

Dre Johnson was destined to rock the mic and entertain. Believe it or not, as a kid, Dre converted his bedroom into a radio station. That dream has sprung into a career for him working at stations in his town Baltimore all the way to St Louis and Cleveland. Dre attended the Broadcasting Institute of MD. His fun and direct personality has led him to be the voice of Sears, The American Cancer Society and many others.

No stranger to The Arts and being in front of the camera. Dre Johnson has been seen nationally on Bet’s 50 Cent “The Massacre”. Most recently he starred in the B’More stage play, “Where Can a Good Women Find a Good Man”. You can find Dre Johnson in “The Zone” Monday-Friday 7 p.m. - 12 a.m. and Saturdays 2 p.m. – 6 p.m!

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The hip hop world was shaken up on Saturday morning when we heard that DMX reportedly suffered an overdose and is in a vegetative state. This came as a huge shock especially since we all just seen him looking great in his Versus battle with Snoop Dogg which seemed to be a good sign that […]

Nia Riley, daughter of Teddy Riley wants people to have the same with her ex, Soulja Boy that she has been seeing over Quavo and Saweetie. Tuesday on her IG Story, Riley posted that Soulja Boy had yet to be cancelled despite allegedly causing her to miscarry, among other things. “I know y’all don’t gaf […]

Kevin Gates was involved in a bad car accident Tuesday in Los Angeles and luckily, no one was hurt. According to reports, the rappers Lamborghini truck was struck by a woman driving a Toyota Prius after she ran through a red light. The accident caused Gates’ SUV to spin out of control and eventually ended […]

Toronto Police have confirmed that a woman is in custody after being found near Drake’s sprawling mansion. Officers responded to a call around 4:52 p.m. and arrested a woman before she could gain entry to Drake’s house. Drizzy was reportedly home at the time, but the woman got nowhere near the inside. There were no […]

The bill already passed in the House of Delegates, and is set to have a hearing in the Senate Thursday at 1:30 p.m.

Beyoncé was robbed for over $1 million worth of goods from multiple storage units in Los Angeles. LAPD noted that three storage units belonging to Beyoncé were hit two times this month, and the suspects reportedly made off with expensive dresses, handbags and kids toys that belonged to her. The storage units that were hit […]

Timothy “Lul Tim” Leeks, who was arrested in Atlanta for shooting and killing King Von last November, has been granted a bond and will soon be out of jail. According to Fulton County Court records, Leeks, who has been in jail since Nov. 19, 2020, has been granted a $100,000 bond. Leeks, 22, was charged […]

Baltimore will no longer continue with prosecuting low-level crimes like prostitution, drug possession, minor traffic offenses, and more. The shift started last year with the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision was made by Baltimore state attorney Marilyn Mosby, who noted that there has been a decline in jail populations, along with a reduction […]

According to NBC, Jacob Blake has filed a Federal lawsuit against the officer who shot him in Kenosha, WI, last August. “While Jacob Blake survived being shot six times, his devastating injuries are permanent and life-changing,” attorney Patrick Salvi II said in a statement. “The bullet that severed Jacob’s spinal cord has left him paralyzed […]

Due to the continuing COVID-19 restrictions on venue usage, Anne Arundel County Public Schools has decided not to hold high school proms this school year. “We had certainly hoped that as our state continues to climb out of this pandemic that we would be in a position to provide this opportunity for our high school […]

Lots of money is coming to Maryland’s historically black colleges and universities. State Lawmakers approved a measure to pay $577 million over 10 years to settle a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination and under-funding at the state’s four HBCU’s. Governor Hogan signed that settlement on Wednesday after vetoing a similar bill last year. The money in […]

The late Pop Smoke’s debut studio album, Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon, now holds the record for longest weeks in the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s top rap albums chart. Smoke beats Eminem, who has held the record since 2011, after his seventh studio album Recovery spent 19 in the top spot. […]