Don Chris
Relentless in pursuing the endeavors of his unknown future, born in a city that birthed and matured a diversification of talent and living up to the successes of others before him, Don Chris decided to tread his trail while becoming a fearless example for the next generation.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, at an early age he made his mark on the entertainment scene hosting events and riding the reigns of other St. Louis artists such as Nelly and Chingy.
His talents would later get him noticed by the management at KMJM Majic 105 and Q 95.5, two major Hip Hop radio station in St. Louis.
Music and its ability to connect people to the artist was a factor that made Don Chris fall in love with music and his job as a radio personality.
In 2002, he landed a gig as the night-time radio host (6p-10p) and Music Director for WHHH Hot 96.3 in Indianapolis, making him the first radio personality to rank #1 in the Neilson ratings for over 10  consecutive years.
Blazing a successful trial during the prime of his youth, using his voice to impact a crowd, and hosting a show on a major radio station and television network was not enough for Don Chris to slow down.
In 2006, Don Chris made the ultimate decision to let the world know that he would be heard worldwide on Shade 45 and Hot Jamz 50 on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio.
Don Chris has been the recipient of many awards for Djing, On-Air Personality, Music Director, and community service.
Don Chris is currently the Program Director and Afternoon Personality (3p-7p) in West Palm Beach Florida for the exclusive R&B radio station,  X 102.3 WMBX.

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