Team Members

Noble Mc comes straight from the Ivory Coast where he lives in Abidjan. He started in Hip Hop at a very young age in Yopougon in the 1990s, influenced by American rap and the rise of hip hop in his country. Very young he stood out in hip hop shows and then joined an underground […]

Pascal started as radio host at the begining of the 90’s on TRANSAT FM in Paris (ARCHIPEL DU FUNK) and then on ESPACE FM. Later Pascal worked as a DJ in various night clubs like the king club, grisy Apple, l’Aventure Paris, la Bodega Paris, and in private parties. Pascal is passionate about Funk and House […]


  Passionate about soul music for as long as he can remember, William, the likes of Ray Charles to Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind & Fire were already on his playlist as a child. This admiration also extended to Brazilian musicians and singers, such as Tom Jobim, João Gilberto and his idol Martinho da Vila. […]

DAN starded  his career in the mid-1980's when he was 18 as a DJ for Parisian parties. He started the radio in 1986 on a small FM radio station named Decibel 107.5 in Morangis city (Parisian suburbs). This radio already had the color 100% black music Funk & Soul. In 1989, DAN joined TRANSAT FM radio and the "ARCHIPEL DU FUNK" team. With the team already in place DAN turned

JEFF Started in 1987 when he got to know Sidney, French TV presenter (HIP-HOP TV show) and DJ on Radio 7, and Marc on Radio Show. JEFF is a true professional in the radio: first assistant on radio Transitalia thus making his first steps as a radio R&B host on this radio.  Jeff takes off on Radio Futur-Générations in Paris with the show JUST FOR FUNK for 1 year.  Thereafter he will be a host on Radio Beur for 5 years. In 1995 he returned to Generations 88.2 FM in Paris with a new PARTY JAM Show. He will then animate the mornings with MORNING VIBES for 2 years and the REMEMBER show with Cordobess on Wednesdays. Finally since 1997, the DOMERIGHT show with the arrival of DJ MacPhive. Passionate about R&B Music, Jeff's influences range from French songs (Charles Aznavour, Claude François, etc.) to Motown artists (Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, etc.) hip-hop, disco, funk, compass, zouk, salsa, pop, jazz, reggae, etc.   In parallel Jeff organized several evenings (r'n'b) in Parisian clubs and rooms (Elysée Montmartre, Eurosport Café, Maroquinerie, Bizz'art, Scéne Bastille and Six Seven ).

Clyde fell into the world of music very early on and it was in the early 80s that he developed a passion for hip hop culture. Self-taught, Lover of Afro-American music and its diversity, between 2001 and 2002 clyde contributed to the publication of the magazine rnb and CO before joining radio Générations 88.2 from […]

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