Felicia “The Poetess” Morris
Felicia “The Poetess” Morris made her radio debut at the age of 5 years old on KDIA-AM, a soul station in the San Francisco Bay Area, where her father, Johnny Morris, was a popular disc jockey. Felicia would soon follow in her famous dad’s footsteps by moving to Los Angeles and landing her first on-air gig as radio co-host on Bailey Broadcasting’s nationally syndicated “Hip Hop Countdown and Report,” that could be heard in over 33 markets across the U.S.
After 13 years on the air at KKBT-FM Los Angeles, Ms. Morris resigned in 2007 and a year later joined The Foxxhole on Sirius XM Radio - a comedy and entertainment network executive produced by Academy Award-winning actor, Jamie Foxx. The Poetess served alongside the multitalented actor and singer, as co-host and producer of several radio shows on the channel. In 2014, Ms. Morris began her journey as an entrepreneur and is currently the owner of Morris Media Studios, a professional podcast, and voice over studio in Los Angeles, California