Formerly a writer and reporter for BET, Miss Info is currently an on-air radio personality at the New York hip hop and R&B station Hot 97.
She is also a journalist who has worked for the notable hip hop industry publication The Source.
“With a new baby, upcoming site relaunch and a book on the way, it feels like everything is on the changing table.
This wasn’t an easy decision, as I’ve shared so many unforgettable moments with my Hot 97 family.
Laura Stylez is the “rookie” of the station but she’s no newbie to the game.“I’m not a rookie because I’ve been doing this for x amount of years but I’ve only been at Hot 97 for three,” she said.
Leading the morning pack with her rambunctious crew—Cipha Sounds, Peter Rosenberg, and Old Man Ebro—she’s the voice of reason and logic as she strongly keeps the female presence alive in the morning.
We caught up with two of the ladies that help hold the outlet down for a much needed spa day at the Spa at Langham Place in New York City.
While the luxury establishment catered to them in a dimly lit room to calm any stress from their daily work schedule we got more aquaintanted to the ladies behind the mics.
Miss Info will be focusing on her website, Miss and a book on parenting."2015 has been such an incredible year so far," Info says in a statement.
"With a new baby, upcoming site relaunch, and a book on the way, it feels like everything is on the changing table.
Before the internet ruled the world and reality shows were revered as primetime television, radio was your best accessory and Hot 97, home of hip hop and r&b, was the station.
It’s as synonymous with the cultural history as VIBE’s glossy print; which is why it’s only right that our staff spent some girl time with two faces of the brand, Miss Info and Laura Stylez. After being notarized through many publications, the pioneering blogger found her home with the station dedicating herself to keeping her fans up-to-date on entertainment news and keeping it real with celeb drama.
By her own words and through her attorney, Kenneth Thompson, she had expressed her unease with resuming work with Miss Jones, since the two had tense on-air verbal exchanges at the on-set of the first broadcast of the “tsunami song” on January 18.