From 2pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday, Elvis Crystal is poised to rule the capital’s drive-time airwaves with refreshing music, discussing popular discourse, delivering traffic reports and interviews with celebrities and more.
After excelling and carving a niche for himself with his captivating on-air personality at Atlantis Radio, Radio XYZ and Pluzz FM, the vivacious presenter says he is prepared for the next level, hosting Rush Hour, the weekday drive-time show on the multimedia station with a Pan-Africanist focus.The show is artfully designed to entertain, educate and inform listeners with rich socio-cultural issues, combined with good music from Africa and other parts of the world.
“It’s been quite an exciting and rewarding journey, considering all the great moments I had with my listeners over the period. I hope to make the afternoons even better for my audience,” Elvis Crystal says.
“The management have sold me their vision for the radio and I am determined to thrill our listeners with the bouquet of exhilarating content we have to serve. I urge everyone to make a date with me.”
The dynamic presenter has not only a sleek and captivating voice, but also the gift of sustaining listeners with his urban on-air style, flair, dexterity, humour, wit and a good slap of analytical insight into newsy social issues.
Elvis Crystal is an award-winning radio host with over eight years of persistent presence in Accra’s drive-time space. He is an astute and prolific on-air radio personality, as a voice actor, TV host and screen actor.
In 2018, Elvis made his debut in the film industry, starring in ABC Pictures’ Christian Village. He is also a poet and spoken-word performer who drops hints about his upcoming book, which he claims will be an anthology of poems, free verse, prose and quotations.