I am a 20+ year veteran radio broadcaster, television host, and radio programmer who hails from the westside of Chicago. I attended Columbia College Chicago and briefly studied comedy and improv at Chicago’s Second City and Improv Olympic. I practice the religion of sarcasm, and I also love to travel. I decided radio was his my at 16 years of age, and have since claimed #1 Urban radio ratings from Mornings to Nights at stations in Chicago and currently in Central Texas, where I was famously heard screaming after seeing a mouse in the studio. I now oversee 5 stations as Operations Manager for Townsquare Media’s Killeen/Temple cluster. I have a passion for giving back to the communities that have continuously supported my career. I led after school and Summer programs for high school students from various Chicago Public high schools. It was there that I learned the meaning of “LIT” and “TURNT”. In addition, I was an Instructor at Illinois Media School, where I mainly focused on developing the next generation of broadcast professionals. When I'm not on air, I love traveling to California and Las Vegas, but prefer Caribbean beaches over any destination. As a son of the Midwest, I'm always pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoy exploring all areas of Texas, where every city is an adventure. My ultimate dream is to star in movies and my own network sitcom.
Trey the Choklit Jok
2 Schools From Texas Represented In The Final Four in Indianapolis
Baylor and Houston will meet the winner of Gonzaga vs. UCLA, so there's a strong change we'll see a Texas team take it all.
Harker Heights Blood Drive Needs Your Life Saving Donation
The Training Center of Central Texas is teaming up with the American Red Cross for a blood drive Thursday, April 1 from 10AM-3PM, and you could win a prize.
Here’s Why Texans Need to Hold On to Their COVID-19 Vaccine Cards
The card given to you after you receive your COVID-19 vaccination isn't just to make you feel good. It could factor into your travel and business plans.
Texas Winter Storm Death Toll Rises to 111
We're learning more about the human toll of Winter Storm Uri, as the DSHS reports that over 100 Texans lost their lives. Sadly, that number is expected to grow.
Texas Moves to Make Homeless Camping Class C Misdemeanor
The Texas House and Senate are both considering bills aimed at making homeless camping in public spaces a statewide Class C misdemeanor.
12 of Trey the Choklit Jok’s Favorite Eddie Murphy Movies Ranked
Eddie Murphy has some classic films that people of all ages and races can enjoy over the years, but what are the top 12? Here are personal favorites.
Texans had over 800 Alcoholic Drinks in 2020
While Texas' numbers are pretty high, look at the average number of drinks consumed by people in other states in 2020. Yikes!
Texas House Could Nudge Congress to Pass Vanessa Guillen Bill
It's been almost a year since Ft. Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen was murdered, and the fight to pass legislation aimed at preventing future tragedies continues.
Bell County Gets Plate Reader, But Won’t Be Sending You Tickets
The Bell County Sheriff's Department has used a $40k Homeland Security grant to buy a license plate reader. But they say they won't be issuing speeding tickets.
Chicago Woman Who Fled Violence to Live in Texas Killed While Visiting Home
It's absolutely heartbreaking to see someone who moved to our state to get away from all that caught in the violence again and losing her life.