About DJ BoomLove
Claudette “CP” Powell is a well respected broadcast journalist and radio personality who has been in the business for more than 2 decades. She spent 14 years at FAME 95 FM as Chief Entertainment Editor and hosted the number one entertainment radio show E Spot. She has interviewed all the top Jamaican artists from reggae to dancehall including Shaggy, Sean Paul, Damian Jr Gong Marley, Bunny Wailer, Beres Hammond, Marcia Griffiths, Maxi Preist, Third World, Buju Banton, Shabba Ranks, Sizzla, Tarrus Riley, and Morgan Heritage just to name a few. CP also had the opportunity to interview Labelle , Al Green , Anita Baker, Robin Thicke , Maroon 5, Lou Rawls , Al Jarreau, Snoop Edition, India.Arie , Estelle, Toni Braxton, Angie Stone, Sheila E and Destiny’s Child.
Before spending a number of years in the Caribbean broadcast industry, CP graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Science in Communications and a minor in Linguistics. While still in school, she began her broadcasting career in 1988 as an Associate Producer for an urban community program on a local PBS station. A few years later she got a taste of entertainment television, through her stint at MTV as a
programming assistant. She went on to work in cable television as a producer, editor and camera person before moving on to network television as an assistant director and post production editor for WPLG Local 10. She switched gears in 1995 to join a West Palm Beach radio station further expanding her broadcast production experience. In her career
she has created, written, produced, directed, shot, recorded and edited numerous broadcast shows for both radio and television. This extensive knowledge of broadcast production has made her a key player in the industry.
CP moved into marketing as a content writer in 2017 which led her to a new career with the Broward Sheriff’s Office as a Neighborhood Support Team Specialist. Currently, she continues to remain active in radio playing music as DJ Boomlove on her radio show Crossing Borders which is syndicated on South Florida’s number one internet station.