Jus Nik established herself as a radio Talent and programmer as Nu York on WBHJ (95.7 Jamz)/Birmingham. But now that she’s returned to her hometown to fill afternoons on WBLS/New York, she’s dropped her Big Apple moniker, and is now simply known as Jus Nik.

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The addition of Jus Nik to the lineup moved DeJa Vu to middays, and New York Radio legend Shaila Scott is no longer a part of WBLS’ on-air team. Her contract was not renewed, but early this month she was heard on WXBK (94.7 The Block)/New York filling in 7 – 10 pm for Ed Lover.

Even though Jus Nik was born and raised in New York City, she’s wisely using her social media platforms to let listeners get to know her. Take a look at the video below.

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