Fire 102.1 FM – Holy Hip Hop/Rhythm and Praise to Relaunch February 18th

From: Fire 102.1 FM
Published: Wed Feb 08 2017

Fire 102.1 FM/Crunk For Christ Radio (C4C) is relaunching on Saturday, February 18, with a free concert. Atlanta’s holy hip hop and rhythm and praise station is nearing return and vows to get the youngest and oldest of Christians back on their feet.

The activities for the day include several live remotes around the city. The 1.4 million listeners that are desperately waiting for the stations relaunch will have an opportunity to meet face-to-face for fun and giveaways. To culminate the first day back on-air, Fire 102.1 FM will host a free concert featuring some of the hottest holy hip hop artists including 1k Phew/Future Kid and Tonio (Church Gone Wild) and many others.

Media should contact Tambria Peeples at or call direct at 404-919-7838. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. located 2459 Candler Rd., Decatur, GA 30032.

About CFC Broadcasting Network:
CFC Broadcasting Network, Inc. is a Christian network reaching the world nationally and globally through the Radio, Live Streaming on the Internet and Internet Television. Our multi-media approach triples the reach for maximum exposure! We reach approximately 1.4 Million listeners in Georgia, 129,668 listeners in Michigan and Indiana, 160,000 in South Carolina, and we are getting over 5,000 hits per day on our website.
Fire 102.1 is a Christian Hip Hop and Rhythm and Praise station, that is comprised of radio shows that speak to youths, young adults, and those young at heart. With its positive music, fun shows, and community outreach, Fire 102.1 will make the difference needed to produce change in young people and adults. With artists like Lecrae and Canton Jones bringing more attention to Christian Hip Hop, Fire 102.1 has become a major source to people in search of positive, great sounding music.

CFC Broadcasting Community Mission (SWAG):
SWAG stands for Students Willing to Achieve Greatness. The SWAG program is an Internship program that trains our youth in broadcasting, audio engineering, producing, and being a live on-air radio personality. The 5-month long program also provides employment for students who pass the course and graduate from college in the field of Communication, Broadcasting, Journalism, or Audio Engineering. SWAG offers youth and young adults refuge from trouble while achieving greatness in school. The program also provides mentorship, counseling, field trips, and large group fun nights during weekends to promote positivity. C4C is currently working this program with Dekalb Juvenile Justice and it has been a great success.
Company: Fire 102.1 FM
Contact Name: Tambria Peeples
Contact Email:
Contact Phone: 404-919-7838