I was on Community Radio with DJ Charlytemplar
Plugging comfort zone breaching.
by : Jessica O'Reilly
Once upon a recent time, I found myself hanging out with DJ Charlytemplar in the GoveFM studios, Nhulunbuy, Northern Territory.
You may or may not be able to tell that I was a nervous comfumble.
But I did it anyway.
I tore the wings off them butterfly bastards and starred in my first radio show.
So hit me up if you’re a funky French African DJ with 50k+ followers, and want me to be on your radio show too.
Alternatively, I’m happy to just talk to a boring nobody on the phone.
Please note, I’ve had to chop out a lot of Charly’s sweet beats so that I could abide by YouTube’s copyright restrictions and all that jazz and hip hop.
Feature image from CharlyTemplar.com
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You should definitely have your own radio show. Or maybe television work. I reckon you make a successful presenter or DJ
You’re too kind!
I never liked Nicki Minaj. Always prefered Taylor Swift. Shame about the copyright issues. Fair play on going on radio, and getting over the nerves.
Ha! I’ve just found the time to sort out the video. It’s now sufficiently Nicki Minaj-less.