Former Music Executive Relaunches Controversial Inspirational Radio Show Entitled "the P.K. Faith Show"

Tosha Love former Assistant Program Director of V-103 in Atlanta, partners with DJ Battle of to create a digital powerhouse offering "Good Music, for Good People". Tosha Love explains she wanted to take "radio programming to another level, offering music that appeals to the masses instead of catering to a specific demo based on the timeframe, in 1 city and 1 country. The first show she tapped to join the team was PK Faith hosted by former music executive, Portia Kirkland.

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Former music executive Portia Kirkland, has re-launched The PKFaith Show, an edgy, controversial inspirational radio program formerly known as Sky High on

The PKFaith Show, airing live on Sundays from 5:00 PM-8:00 PM, will be hosted by Portia Kirkland with her co-host Bobby “Pip” Hollywood featuring DJ Sematic, former DJ of NY rapper Fat Joe. The PKFaith Show is an inspirational radio show with talk and music, discussing controversial topics from sex and homosexuality, to porn and divorce. Unlike many Gospel/Inspirational radio shows, The PKFaith Show will primarily play inspirational and Christian Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, and House music including a mixshow by DJ Sematic from 7:00PM-7:45PM.

"I think the PKFaith show is the first of its kind. We’re often referred to as the Howard Stern of inspirational and/or Christian radio. I think we also try to take radio back to its roots in authenticity such as DJs 'breaking' new records and bringing back true talent to radio," says Portia Kirkland. Other shows airing on are:

Ms. Streetz Show from 8-10pm EST Monday-Wednesday and the Brock and Russ Show airing every Sunday from 2-4pm. Other shows are being added monthly. DJ's that can be heard spinning an assortment of house, hip-hop and classics on are: Atlanta's own, DJ Battle, DJ Jamad, New York's own DJ MellStar and DJ Shon White are also featured on That's Good Radio.

The PKFaith Show guests include Christians from different denominations and walks of life, youth ministers and celebrities. "Two years ago I was blowing up Nicki Minaj and Gucci Mane, but this year I look forward to taking believers to the next level. I'm a born again Christian in secular music who wants believers and non believers to keep it real, without the red tape and church hats. Christians don't hold the key to heaven. We just know the one who does," says Portia Kirkland.

All shows on are streamed live and may be heard;
• Online at
• Facebook fan page at

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