Mykel Hunter

Co-host, The Baltimore Blend

As the co-host of The Baltimore Blend, Mykel Hunter's warm, honey-toned voice is one of the first WEAA listeners hear each morning. The savvy multi-media personality delivers a deep natural passion for everything media and motivating and connecting with people from all walks of life. Mykel is a graduate of Morgan State University and is a sought-after professional voice-over artist who has worked for an Atlanta-based reality show, Empowerment Temple Church in Baltimore, and various other companies.  

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On The Baltimore Blend's Thursday Morning Jam Session, Enayet Hossain plays tabla and Greg Hatza plays keyboard. 

The Baltimore Blend welcomes Analysis, a Baltimore-based activist, entrepreneur and poet. He has recently been part of an ecumenical justice event, focusing on the need for criminal justice reform/police reform in an effort to encourage respect for our communities and the people in it.

On his new album “I Like It When They Call Me Big Daddy,” Charles Big Daddy Stallings continues his mission to combine Soul Blues, R&B, and traditional Blues progressions with stories that take listeners on a “Bluesical Journey” from Tobacco Road to the Fast Lane of Urban/Boogie Boulevard. Staying true to his tradition, “Big Daddy” calls on local and regional artists as musical guests to support his vision.

Baltimore Blend guest Joi Carter, also known as JC, is a Baltimore native. Her fiery sound and spunky stage performance are indicative of her love for 80's music, and her childhood in a house filled with soca, funk, and rock.

The Baltimore Blend's Mykel Hunter and Robert Shahid talk to composer and drummer Antonio Sanchez.

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