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Master Queen Resigns from Hott FM 107.9 to Join Capitol FM 89.7

Master Queen

Radio Diva, Master Queen has finally confirmed media reports that she has resigned from Hott FM 107.9, one of Liberia’s most popular radio stations, to seek other opportunities and explore potentials in her career.


The award winning radio personality has moved to Capitol FM 89.7, which is managed by the legendary broadcaster Chris Wolo.

Master Queen said she remains grateful to the Hott FM management team, and the entire Hott management staffs for helping her become the celebrated radio personality she is today. She added that she is leaving the station with a heavy heart, but promised to maintain a cordial working relationship when called upon.


“After six solid years with Hott FM, I have decided to resign in order to explore opportunity elsewhere. The truth is, leaving Hott FM was one of the most difficult decisions I had to make in a while, considering this has been my home for the last 6 years, and everyone here has become family to me.”


“I hope and pray that we will be able to work together to continue to push Liberian music, arts and culture to boundaries beyond our wildest imagination,” said Master Queen, who is currently in Nigeria.

“A day after I return from Nigeria, my new show Masque231 will debut on Friday the 14th of October, at 8pm on Capitol FM 89.7” she said, adding, “The show will feature individuals from creative industries like musicians, painters and fashion designers and just about anyone who looks to improve the overall human experience of the Liberian people through their God given talents and hard work.”


She is currently in Lagos, Nigeria where she attended events at the just concluded Africa Fashion and Designer week, and has since been working to penetrate one of Africa’s largest beauty markets with her luxurious nail polish line; ‘Masque Nail Polish.


She reaffirms her dedication to being an ambassador of Liberian arts and culture in the diaspora, and will continue her support of new and old talents in her new engagement at home.

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