Kurt Riley on Monday (April 10th) parted ways with Fame 95FM. The popular disc jockey spent 16 years at the station discontinued his service there due to what he identified as the brand’s creative direction.“While I’m grateful for the experiences and growth I received at FAME, I can’t continue with the brand’s creative direction,” Riley said, adding that “FAME started out as a lifestyle station that catered to everyone regardless of age and I believe that made the brand a hit with many people at the time.” A news release issued by his publicist revealed.
Riley is now setting his sights on bigger projects that will propel his brand as well as reggae and dancehall music to the next phase.
“This is just the close of a chapter as I open the next one. This is just the beginning of what is to come so all I can say is stay tuned to the Party Animal,” he said.
His most recent music project was the production of the ‘Jambe-An’ rhythm which has seen the international success of the Charly Blacks’ single Party Animal.
Riley is the who is the son of late veteran record producer Winston Riley