Washington's life doesn't stop when he leaves the mic at WBLS. He runs his own music and marketing business, The Legendary Entertainment Company, specializing in college marketing. He's also one of the city's respected event and club DJs and works as a consultant for Capitol Records."We are really excited about being a voice in the New York City area. I'm an HBCU kid, and I'll break my neck to get to an event for HBCUs. Not that I don't support anything else, but I look to support that first."He said, "I'm one of those people that's not satisfied. Most of the time I figure out how I'm going to be on the next level and I'm always reinventing myself."Upon graduation from college, he came back to I New York and started working for classic rock radio station KROC as an assistant promotions director.
All for the Love of Music and Hbcus
The Legendary Chris Washington is not only the voice of WBLS on Friday afternoons and Saturday nights. He's known by New York City's Black collegiate alumni as a man who uses his time t...