Chris Goldfinger

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Chris Goldfinger is a former BBC Radio 1 disc jockey who presented the station's reggae dancehall show from 1996 to September 2009.

His programme was produced by Tim Westwood's production company Justice Productions, and Goldfinger frequently appears at club nights DJing alongside Westwood. He grew up in Jamaica and attended the high school Jamaica College. He has interviewed many artists over the years at Radio 1 including Damian Marley, Beenie Man, Chaka Demus and Pliers, Capleton, and Barrington Levy.

Current ventures[edit]

In the latter part of 2009 Chris departed from the reggae dancehall show, a post he held for 13 years. Since his departure he has appeared on the 1Xtra Dancehall Mix show (filling in for Young Lion). He stated that he will be “passing through 1Xtra more, once he has the time.” He was scheduled to open a new club in Croydon simply called ‘The Club,’ and to have a show on Flava TV channel.

In 2012, Goldfinger joined OnTop FM.[1]

Goldfinger is the owner of the party venue in Croydon called Tabú Lounge. He tours extensively in places such as Zimbabwe, Gambia, and Jamaica.

Goldfinger contributes the intro and mid-show drop on the 'Original Flavaz mixshow with B-Eazy & Dubsoulvibe' on TrunkOfunk Radio available on Mixcloud every last Sunday of the month. Goldfinger and B-Eazy hosted an 'Original Flavaz' mix show special which was released on 26 February 2017.

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The UK's leading URBAN Radio station, now home of the Legendary Chris Goldfinger. The station is on 24/7 and can be heard on all formats. The app can be downloaded in the app store and the station can be heard via tune in radio or ontopfm.net