CARIBBEAN RIDDIMS – The Radio Show for People in the Know

Reaching South Florida’s Caribbean Community

Saturday from 3 to 6 pm on WZAB 880AM

Caribbean Riddims is aired on WZAB 880-AM Saturdays, 3-6 p.m. The program reaches listeners in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach Counties and The Bahamas. Produced and hosted by popular radio personality Eddy Edwards – the show is a mix of trendy Caribbean music, information and giveaways. In its 27th year of production, this award winning program has developed a huge audience of Caribbean-Americans as well as a wide cross-section of South Florida’s diverse community. To advertise call 954-251-1643 or email

Show Segments

De People’s Politics – 4:00 pm
Listen to Attorney Marlon Hill every Saturday at 4:00 pm, as he comments on the latest hot-button issues. His commentary is on point, concise and at times humorous. Activate, Agitate & Advocate… are actions he urges listeners to employ in order to be politically savvy. Local and National elections are given top priority as Hill instructs listeners to be informed and vote in every election.

Tech Talk – 4:30pm
Known as the Media Mojo Guy, Ken English offers information on how to take advantage of the latest internet trends and apply these developing trends to improve business or personal skills. An expert in web marketing and the efficient use of social media and social marketing, Ken’s weekly advice is a popular feature of Caribbean Riddims.

The Retro-Revolution – 5:00 pm
Get your groove on with a 30-minute music mix of classic hits. The Retro-Revolution is a mix of your favorite old school songs as Eddy Edwards digs deep to select yesterday’s hits and today’s classics. Spanning decades from the fifties to the eighties, and featuring genres such as calypso, mento, rock-steady, ska and dancehall, these grooves transport you back in time; creating pleasant memories. Move the furniture and dance…The Retro-Revolution is on.

WZAB – 880 AM


WZAB – 880 AM varied combination of Caribbean programs on Saturdays is the most comprehensive array of radio programs to be found in South Florida. WZAB plays a vital role, culturally, economically and politically, to the over one million Caribbean Residents in South On Florida. This audience is loyal, educated and economically powerfully, and appeals to many corporations with the vision of reaching new markets and promoting goodwill among a diverse ethnic group.

Caribbean Saturdays Line-Up

  • 9 a.m – 12 p.m.: Don Daly’s Caribbean Upliftment Program is packed with news and sports from around the Caribbean plus a bit of gospel and oldies music. Weekly features include Pass It On, a brief vignette of Jamaican history, Jamaican Link with Ronnie Graham reporting from Jamaica on the latest developments from the island. There is always a top Caribbean business-person on hand to analyze the latest business developments in the region.
  • 12 p.m – 3 p.m.: Mike Andrews’ Caribbean Connection features the best of Calypso and Soca. The beat of Carnivals – wherever they are – can be heard with up-to-date information on Caribbean Entertainment and other cultural tidbits. A weekly synopsis of news around the Caribbean is one of the popular features of the show. The program was once voted Best Caribbean program by The New Times newspaper.
  • 3 – 6 p.m.: Eddy Edwards’ Caribbean Riddims continues the tropical beat. This high-energy reggae intensive program is the place to hear the newest releases and get the latest developments in the world of reggae. Popular entertainers and others guests frequent the program with updates on the entertainment scene. Features include D’ People’s Politics with attorney Marlon Hill, an update on elections and community issues; Tech Talk with Ken English provides the latest information on technology, and the Retro Revolution, a 30-minute music mix of classic hits. There are always exciting contests where listeners win valuable prizes.

WZAB’s strong signal covers Dade, Broward, Palm Beach and Monroe counties, and also reaches into The Bahamas. The station also streams its programs online at Additional streaming is done through resulting in a strong listening audience from various countries around the world.

To advertise call Riddims Marketing at 954-251-1643

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