Chubb Rock Afternoons





Chubb Rock – @chubblive

When you think of hip-hop artists from the ‘90s, whose music spontaneously moves the crowd to the dance floor, Chubb Rock is one of a few that immediately come to mind. “1990 Chubb Rock jumps up on the scene with a lean and a pocket full of green…” – His 1990 hit “Treat ‘Em Right” still elicits a great response from those longing for the clean party anthems of their time. The song selling more than 2 million records and earning 2 Grammy Nominations. Born Richard Simpson, on May 28, 1968, bounced onto the rap scene in 1986 Since that time Chubb has gone on to create other chart topping hits including “Caught Up”, “Just the Two of Us” and “Ya Bad Chubbs”. This lyrical wizard is credited with launching the careers of the Trackmasterz: Poke and Red Hot Lover. Chubb Rock, known for his 6’4’ 300+ pound frame will assuredly seduce the ladies with his new svelte 100 pound lighter physique and alluring lyrics. Though his weight may be lighter his lyrics and beats still hit hard. While over the years Chubb Rock has matured so has his music. Staying true to his fan base that has loved him for years his new grown up music and lyrics are definitely targeted towards the Grown and Sexy. Chubb has recorded with some of the best ie: Quincy Jones, Al B Sure, Eric Robeson, Tevin Campbell just to name a few.

SiMan Baby – @simanbabylive

Silas “SiMan Baby” Alexander, III is a husband to Sandra, a father to Silas the 4th, and a Broadcaster. He is a native of Eatonton, Georgia where he started his broadcasting journey in 1980 at WXPQ as a board operator. It was a high school summer job that fed his interest to be a broadcaster since childhood. He graduated from Putnam County High School in 1981 and attended the University of Georgia in 1985. He has been in the field of broadcasting, both in Radio and Television now for almost 40 years. He was the weatherman and the news director for WMGT-TV the NBC TV station in Macon, Georgia. He was also a video editor for news and field host the local show “Peachtree Morning” on 11 Alive TV in Atlanta in the 1990s. He has worked many formats of Radio including, Country, Heavy Metal, Jazz, Gospel, Top 40 and Urban music. He was instrumental in creating “The Blue Lights In The Basement House Party” on KISS 104 in Atlanta where he worked on 2 occasions. He was at V-103in the late 90s and eventually went to Urban One Radio Atlanta where he was the afternoon co-host of “The RIDE!” with Legendary Rap Artist and Producer Chubb Rock on MAJIC 107.5/97.5. He was a 2018 inductee into the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame.

Carol Blackmon – @carolblackmon

This was probably Carol’s first love; dancing and performing.  Her involvement in the arts also ignited her interest in local theatre, which resulted in two leading roles in stage productions.  She garnered rave reviews from critics and audiences and even now vows to finish what she started by returning to acting in the near future. In the meantime, her sincere love for the communications business continued to flourish.  She was offered a morning drive position at a jazz station in Gainesville, Fl.   She did not hesitate to seize the moment and with great excitement and eagerness to grow, she relocated to Florida.  After six months, she had her designs on Atlanta and had it in full view. Until recently, she was the midday host of the Majic Midday Café on Majic 107.5/97.5.  For nearly seven years she took great pride in inspiring, educating, entertaining and informing her audience daily.  She is a staunch believer of supporting the community where she works and lives.  Her weekly radio show featured segments where she would help feed those that were less fortunate, she would also share employment opportunities, and weekly wellness information.  Her Mammogram Mondays encouraged listeners to get annual mammograms and she also started Mammograms for Moms, which added an extra push for mammograms during the month of May to honor moms.  Carol’s passion about these programs really showed because she sincerely believes, “Service is truly Success”. Her biggest accomplishment to date, has been being a mom to her son who is in college studying to become an animator.  His hard work and his genuinely good heart and caring for people always makes her proud.

KeKe Simpson – @kekericklive

KeKe Simpson, is an entrepreneur, actress and a manager and wife to Hip Hop icon, Chubb Rock. As an actress she has appeared on TBS’s sitcom, “Are We There Yet”, as well as, NBC’s, “The Marriage Ref,” where she was coined to the world as “The Ponytail Queen.”  Mrs. Simpson, is producer of two upcoming reality shows, “Legendary Hip Hop Wives,” which looks into the lives of some of hip hop’s most influential pioneer couples and “The Houses,” an in depth look into the lives of the Simpson’s. KeKe is a Plus Size Beauty who believes in empowering, loving and valuing other women by encouraging personal self worth. She is also working on several other projects that will be announced at a later date. Mrs. Simpson is a positive influence, woman of business and mother, with a nonstop drive to make an impact.