Cashawna & Amir Shakir
In 1986, our founder M.C. Spice founded SpiceRadio and specialized in a new style of radio voice overs and commercials. The former rapper incorporated rap music and performances during the first half of radio advertisements and finished the second half with traditional radio ad read. The first client was A Nubian Notion; a Boston community staple convenience store. Soon after, Spice was voicing the Superbowl rap advertisement for the New England Patriots; the Say No To Drugs rap for Massachusetts Governor Mike Dukakis and various local radio ads for nightclubs and concert promoters. His graffiti jackets were sold at Macy's inside the now defunct Lafayette Mall in the downtown Boston are, and his graffiti was displayed in Crystal's Shoes and Clothing in the
same area. SpiceRadio became Shakir Multimedia and our services have expanded to include a full-service multimedia experience to get more business for your business. We are committed to giving your brand the star power it needs to win and keep your clients. We will work within your budget and time constraints to help your campaign, event, product or service reach your company's target demographics. We specialize in radio station consultancy and can bring your radio station's numbers where they belong, so you can get more advertisers. After all, it is a part of our mission and it's what we do. We are just as vested in your company as you are and we take the initiative to create marketing strategies that work. We get business for your business!