The young personality Christopher Smith originally hails from Anniston, Al. As a child, Chris would listen to the “Tom Joyner Morning Show” regularly, eventually inspiring him to become a radio personality himself. Smith’s voice significantly dropped at the age 14, giving him the jock voice at a young age. He now goes by the moniker, “Voice of the South,” which he uses to speak for his community as well as share knowledge through entertainment. Chris is a proud member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. In 2016, Smith established his media brand titled, “L.E.O. TV” an acronym that stands for Loyalty Equals Opportunity. He uses this platform to document modern day events and interview entrepreneurs and artists who are using their talents to change the world for the better. His favorite activities are drawing, traveling, playing basketball, and capturing scenic photography!
Catch the Voice of the South on Sunday’s from 1PM-5PM!