DJ Supreme aka Rodney B. More, is a native of Baltimore, Md the city known for ill DJ’s, its love of music and Seafood. An accomplished turntablist, DJ Supreme has been behind the 1200’s for several years. From anywhere in the world you can hear DJ Supreme, with ”The Supreme Experience" show, kicks off its 5th year on Hot 991, Townsquare Media’s Hip Hop Station (Albany, NY) blending music, comedy and infotainment Afternoons from 3p - 7p. In addition to rocking the radio, Supreme is an avid tech head, from laptops to cell phones. Supreme is the expert on all the latest gadgetry.
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Love What You Do, Do What You Love Is A Mantra To Live By
Do you have a passion for what you do with your life each day, and if not, how can you change to feel passionate about what you do every day?
Get Ready For The CNYS Black Expo At The Albany Capital Center
The Capital of New York State Black Expo will be returning to the Capital Region for its third annual event beginning November 12 and running through November 14.
Self Harm Is Exploding Throughout New York Prisons At Alarming Rates
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, correctional facilities began to see a spike in suicides and attempted suicides within the facilities.
Albany Mayor Sheehan Thanks Albany City Workers With A Raise
Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan is running for reelection next year, and before the votes are tallied, she wants to give city employees some money in their pockets that may make them choose her again
Find The Best In Food and Drink During Troy Restaurant Week
Small businesses in downtown Troy are highlighted during Restaurant Week, and diners are encouraged to sample their food and drink choices.
Why Was A Schenectady Man Arrested Twice In The Same Night?
On Thursday, September 2, 2021, around 10 o’clock at night, 21-year old Manief A. Mullins of Schenectady allegedly went on a burglary spree.
Workers Have Until October 12th To Return To Work, Must Be Vaccinated
The State has just announced that they will be giving New York State employees a little more time to return to the State office buildings. In addition, they will also give employees an extension to get themselves vaccinated.
Owner Of Schoharie Limo Company That Killed 20 People Gets No Jail Time
The owner of the limousine that was involved in the 2018 crash that killed 20 people in Schoharie County pleaded guilty in court yesterday and received his sentencing.
New York State Police Are Looking For Drunk Drivers This Holiday Weekend
It’s a holiday weekend and New York State police are out and about making sure that the highways of New York are safe.
Flash Flooding Continues Through Out New York
Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana and roared up the East Coast with a vengeance. New Yorkers usually don’t have to worry about the effects of hurricanes, but that certainly was not the case with Hurricane Ida.
Capital Region Teacher Shortage May Cause Schools To Enforce Remote Learning
Schools in the Capital Region are welcoming students back for the 2021–2022 school year, but not without difficulty. The Capital Region is suffering from a severe teacher shortage.
Should Albany High School Athletes Be Forced To Vaccinate?
Coaches, parents, and athletes have been sounding off on social media all day complaining about the last-minute mandate that is wreaking havoc on the plans for fall sports in Albany.
15 People Busted In New York Alleged Fake Vaccine Card Scheme
There are some people who are trying to take the easy route. They don’t want to be vaccinated so they are using fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, and the government is cracking down.
Rent Moratorium Ends Today: What Does This Mean For Renters?
Today is the day that many renters in New York have been dreading. The rent eviction moratorium officially expires today, but advocates for the state's renters are hoping for another extension.
Madison County Man Gerrit Smith Risked It All To Help Others In The Underground Railroad
Gerrit Smith was an abolitionist who was born in 1797 in New York. He was a wealthy man who used his wealth and influence to help hundreds of Africans move through New York into Canada on the underground railroad.
The Top 5 Pizza Restaurants In Albany According to Trip Advisor
TripAdvisor just came out with their new list of great pizza spots, and they’ve got some really good locations to check out.
Video Of Disorderly Albany Crowd Dancing On Car Trends on Social Media
A video showed up on social media on Sunday displaying a rowdy, destructive mob near the University of Albany.
The Capital Region’s Top 5 Seafood Restaurants According To Trip Advisor
TripAdvisor has recently given us their top places to enjoy seafood in the Albany area and I intend to check some of these restaurants out.
Everything You Need To Know About Dru Hill And 112 Coming To Albany
Get ready for an intimate night of R&B with Dru Hill and 112. The R&B Legends are coming to Capital Region for a one-only performance at the Albany Capital Center.
You Can Now Smoke Marijuana At The New York State Fair
The New York State Fair is coming to Syracuse and it will begin this Friday. Don’t be surprised when you’re walking through the fair and you recognize the smell of weed, because marijuana use will be there.
Attorney General Letitia James Wins Lawsuit Against Former Schenectady Bumpy’s Polar Freeze Owner
Attorney General Letitia James just got another victory in court, and this time it’s against the former owner of Bumpy’s Polar Freeze, David Elmendorf.
Everything You Need To Know About The Legendary Wailers Coming To Albany
Join Hot 991 At The Empire State Plaza on August 25th when the Legendary Wailers come to perform for FREE!
Everything You Need To Know About NLE Choppa Performing in Albany
NLE Choppa will be at the Albany Capital Center for the Back To School kick-off party. Doors open at 8p and this will definitely be the party to kick off the school year.
Governor Cuomo Grants Clemency For 10 People And Applies For Retirement
In his last days in office, Governor Cuomo issued a heap of exonerations and pardons, in addition to making sure he walks away with money in his pocket.
Syracuse Black Police Officer Files 33 Million Dollar Lawsuit Over Racial Discrimination
Brandon Hanks believes that he is being discriminated against, he is filing a whopping $33 million lawsuit against the Syracuse Police Department.
Should Healthcare Workers Be Mandated To Vaccinate?
Should Healthcare Workers Be Mandated To Vaccinate? Governor Andrew Cuomo is slated to leave office next week, but before he does, he’s making one last COVID-19 mandate for healthcare workers in New York.
Who Will Step In To Become The Lieutenant Governor Of New York?
When Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that he would be resigning in two weeks, his lieutenant governor, Kathy Hochul, had to step up her game and assemble her new administration.
Tip It Up With Keisha Re’nee on Hot 991
Keisha Re'nee is back on the Hot991 airwaves every Saturday at midnight and bringing some new vibes.
Rell Dolo Brings Schenectady Community Together to Renovate Playground
Sometimes a community is gifted with a talented teacher who cares about their children. Sometimes communities are gifted with rappers who are also advocates for their communities. Rell Dolo is both
Capital Region’s Population Is On The Decline According To The Latest Census
Every 10 years the U.S. Government conducts a national census and the most recent survey was taken in 2020 with some concerning results