High Freakquency

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Released 1998

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High Freakquency

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Director:
Tony Singletary
Released:
1998
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High Freakquency is a comedy film directed by Tony Singletary. It chronicles a typical day at an urban radio station called 24-7 Radio. The station is very popular and is a leader in the industry, which urges the oddball DJs that work there to go out of their way to get great ratings. 24-7 Radio is managed by a man named Wes Thomas (John Witherspoon). He is interested in forcing one of the most popular DJs (Marcus Chong) to play music on the air that is not in line with what listeners are most interested in hearing. Another DJ at the station (A.J. Johnson) teams up with him to convince Wes that they should stick with a musical formula that works. The film has a romantic spin as the DJs fall for one another while trying to fight for what they believe in. The movie has a special guest appearance by Adina Howard, who is a singer known for her risqu'' musical style.moreless
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    Comedy

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    African-American Comedy, Romantic Comedy