Founded September 19, 2010, Soul 977's (formerly BlackBerry Soul Radio) broadcast antenna was initially located in Roxbury, Massachusetts. The radio dial was 93.1 FM and the company's headquarters were located on the sixteenth floor of the world famous Prudential Center, Boston's second largest building just less than two miles from the Roxbury area of Boston. Our founder, MC Spice grew up in the city of Roxbury and is a men-tee of the legendary Elroy Smith (WILD-AM). In 2012, BlackBerry Soul Radio became a part of the BlackBerry Radio network, making it the largest Black-owned Internet radio station conglomerate. We don't charge to have your music played on our stations, and we support local businesses, organizations, and artists. We operate with listener support, volunteer personalities, and donations.

Soul 977 plays signed and Soul and R&B music. We are community radio created for the people. Listen to songs by Beyonce, Jill Scott, Kena Sage, Joyce Strong, and more.





Charles Hawkins
"BlackBerry Mornings"
weekdays 7a-11a


Barbara Salfarlie
"Midday Sunshine"
weekdays 11a-3p


Jerrod Belcher
weekdays 3p-7p


Valentina Latyna
"The Jumpoff"
weekdays 7p-11p


Mick Benzo
"Zulu Love"
daily 11p-3a


Rackel Jackson
"The Krush"
daily 3a-7a

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We appreciate your generosity. Please donate whatever you can to help us remain on air. Your donation not only helps to fund our station's broadcasts. It helps to fund our community outreach programs. BlackBerry Radio works behind the scenes in the judge's chambers of juvenile court to offer an alternative to probation violations. We teach radio and broadcasting to give young adults a new perspective on life, in our hopes of healing the community and the world. Our fathers program Custody Advocate, helps dads and  moms get more time with their children through our airtight Parenting Plans, supported by the family courts. Help us help others. Donate today.

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BlackBerry Radio cannot function without your help. Thanks to donations from compassionate people like yourself, we can help our communities thrive.