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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: UDR RADIO Announces Partnership with Bobby Digi LLC; Appointment of Internationally Renowned DJS to Roster While Becoming GO TO Platform For African Artists


Africa’s music space gets even more interesting by the moment. I am loving it.

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(New York, N.Y., Nov. 22, 2013) – UDR Radio, a company of UnderDaRock LLC, today announced their partnership with Bobby Digi LLC, founded by social political consultant, serial entrepreneur and philanthropist Bobby Digi.

Bobby Digi brings to UDR Radio over 15 years of experience in the entertainment industry. Digi, renowned in the Caribbean for artist development and in the US and across Africa for his work in entertainment, is a proponent for cultural exchange between African, American and Caribbean heritage through music.

Digi is the recipient of the United Nations Excellence in Humanitarian Award, together with numerous citations from city, state, and local elected officials for his role in empowering the community.

“I’m excited to have Bobby partner with the UDR Radio team”, said Cosmas ‘Cos Canino’ Collins, UDR Radio CEO. “He has extensive experience in the business and entertainment sector, with an understanding of international markets and working with the right companies that will continue to drive UDR Radio along the trajectory of being the primary radio platform for African and Caribbean music globally”.

“I am extremely excited about this latest venture, a newly minted partnership between my company Bobby Digi LLC and UDR Radio. UDR is the biggest and most successful African radio station in America”, said Bobby Digi. “This strategic alliance will propel the success of UDR Radio as we plan to incorporate cultural entertainment programming, co-branding with international and local events/projects, expanding the radio to FM broadcast and more. We are turning up the heat at UnderDaRock! We will be announcing our new Manhattan office space launch party soon, so stay tuned…The sky’s the limit!”

As UDR Radio continues its rapid expansion, the DJ roster has become global, with internationally renowned talents such as London based Ghanaian DJ, DJ Ice (who alone has 4 live shows weekly) joining the organization.

UDR Radio is quickly being recognized as a major stage for artists such as, Ice Prince, Iyanya, Emma Nyra, TuFace, Sound Sultan, D’Prince, Samini, VIP, Tiny, Eazzy, Castro, (to name a few), who have all visited the UDR Radio studio recently, providing them with that much needed link to their fans across the world.

About UDR Radio
UDR Radio launched in March 2013 and is a subsidiary of UnderDaRock LLC. UDR Radio’s focus is streaming African and Caribbean music and content 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Please visit us at

Contact Information: Helen Agho | Public Relations |

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