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No Signal Radio Presents Its Class of 2022 “Yearbook”

No Signal Radio was established in 2019 by the founders of RECESS, a black nightclub curating parties across London. The founders wanted to create a space for DJs to express themselves outside of the club and that is how No Signal Radio was ‘born.’

Since then, they broadcast daily from their studio in London and they have over 60 shows. They aim to connect the various black diasporas across the world through the audio content and to serve as a window into Black music culture.

No Signal radio station just announced its “Class of 2022” of its first “No Signal Yearbook” created to celebrate and champion the talent of emerging or established, artists who deserve recognition for all their hard work.

For 2022, the No Signal Yearbook is continuing to champion underground talent across different cities of the world. The class of 2022 includes; Nigerian Ayra Starr, Ghanain Black Sherif, American GloRilla, Jamaican Skillibeng and all the Londoners Nia Archives, M24, Dréya Mac, Christale, Nemzzz, Cat Burns, Flo and Knucks. View the rest of the yearbook here.

In our 3rd edition of the Yearbook, we want to give shine to the dreamers that became doers with the amazing year they’ve had. It’s not about what tomorrow brings. It’s about being in the now, celebrating what you’ve already achieved and received your flowers today. Thank you for being the soundtrack of our year.

– NS Yearbook
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