Terrence “Kode Wred” Oxendine is extremely passionate about music and the business of radio. A club DJ since ’86, he caught the radio bug in ’96 when fellow on air personality Tee Jay took him on a tour of the radio station meeting the greats along the way. Greatly inspired by the legends Sly Jock, Melle Mel, Nick Nice, and Dre Ski, he knew that this is where he needed to be. Starting as a intern in promotions and quickly rising as a on-air personality, doing every day part on FM and the AM station. His big break came when he was called to fill in the “Quiet Storm” time slot, which is still widely popular in listeners memories. The Quiet Storm was his “signature” show and to have a mass amount of people still asking him to do it again brings a joy to his heart that is indescribable. “To leave a stamp on the listeners memories should be the goal of everyone who does radio.” He has achieved that goal. To precede greats like Ron “The Night Time Dog” Chavis, and John Anthony is a tremendous honor. He still feels like there is a lot more to be done in his career and refuses to give in to all the changes radio has gone through over the years. “Change is inevitable. The challenge is adapting to the change”, which he has successfully done graciously and will continue to do so. “I love what I do, but it’s the listeners that make what I do so enjoyable”.