Julieanna “YesJulz” Goddard’s hustle as Miami’s premier party host and
“I’m so excited,” Goddard said as she waited at the airport, something she does an awful lot these days. “This is something I can build with my friends, so it’s not just a ‘YesJulz’ thing but an ‘us’ thing. It’s a station for us, by us... It's music we want to hear. There’s no politics or whack song on there because somebody got a check for it. We are the gatekeepers. We’re controlling it.”
L.A.-based radio personality Scott Keeney, AKA DJ Skee, recognized Goddard’s potential and decided a one-hour time slot wasn’t enough for her. 1AM Radio will consist of various blocks of original content including her own podcast, Never Not Working, and booming sets mixed by her choice of eclectic DJs. Fans can tune in to hear other close friends and associates like ILoveMakkonen, who will be hosting “Monday Mornings With Makkonen,” and Miami natives like Norma Now, Silent Addy of Eccentrix Sound, Ashley Outrageous, and Cristina Jerome, who will all have shows on the station.
The station aims to break fresh records from many of Goddard’s friends, who happen to be indie artists like IAMSU!, Lil Yachty, and more.
Although Dash Radio headquarters is in L.A.,
“Dash radio is for people just like me — music lovers who are on the go” Julz said. “It couldn't be
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