About RoyalTea

Originally from Warrenton, NC, RoyalTea is a dynamic radio personality, host, and media professional. Starting at Raleigh Television Network, she discovered her passion for media. Her radio journey began at East Carolina University, leading to Radio One Charlotte. Rising swiftly, she became the overnight personality for 102.5 The Block and was later promoted to weekend afternoons. Affectionately called everybody's "homegirl," RoyalTea now lights up middays on K97.5, bringing her infectious energy and love for music to listeners daily. A true radio royalty, she's a dynamic force in the industry.

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