Redefining entertainment content on TV for the everyday Millennial and Gen-Z, 3Music TV has commenced its flagship morning show Culture Daily.
This is an addition to 3Music TV’s top-rated music videos, exclusive video premieres, outstanding playlists, unbeatable awards shows and 360-degree event coverage.
The Show will be hosted by TV and radio personality Jay Foley, rapper & media personality C-Real, media & TV personality Mz Gee and TV personality Lerny Lomotey who also doubles as Head of Editorial.
Culture Daily is a perfectly curated show about The Culture. The show will deconstruct and dissect topics in music, lifestyle, culture, art, fashion and everything entertainment related.
The show’s segments include Song of the Day, Starterpack, Unpackin’, Sports Direct, Trendin’ Live and the Big Conversation that switches to Studio 899 and airs on Pluzz 89.9fm.
Culture Daily airs every Monday-Friday from 7am-10am, join all the interesting, exciting and engaging conversations on all our socials using #CultureDaily
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