The Internet Debates Over Favorite Hosts

The Internet Debates Over Favorite Hosts 7

Social media was in a tizzy last week after The Shade Room asked who their favorite ‘106 & Park’ host was. The daily television show included a 90-minute music video countdown that featured the most popular videos from genres like hip-hop, R&B, reggae, and dancehall.

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Who Were The Hosts On ‘106 & Park’?

‘106 & Park’ made its debut in September 2000. The show was introduced to television viewers with original hosts AJ and Free. The famous duo hosted the show from 2000-2005, per OtakuKart.

Social Media Debates Over Favorite 106 & Park HostSocial Media Debates Over Favorite 106 & Park Host
Free and AJ during Chris Rock and Adam Sandler Visit BET’s “106 & Park” – May 26, 2005, at BET Studios in New York City, New York, United States. Photo by John Ricard/FilmMagic.

In 2005, ‘Rap City: The Basement’ host Big Tigger and model Julissa Bermudez took over the couch to countdown the hottest Top 10 videos. However, Terrence J and Rocsi had the longest reign holding down the program from 2006-2012.

For the first time in the show’s 12-year history, there were four hosts appearing on the stage from 2012-2013, including Shad “Bow Wow” Moss along with Jordan “Shorty da Prince” Johnson,” Kimberly Paigion Walker, and Mykel “Miss Mykie” Gray. Bow Wow also had special co-hosts from time to time such as, Angela Simmons and Adrienne Bailon.

However, almost a year later, ‘106 & Park’ returned with Bow Wow and Keshia Chanté as the permanent hosts before officially ending in 2014, per Billboard.

Social Media Responds About Fave ‘106 & Park’ Host

The Shade Room’s post about the past ‘106 & Park’ hosts made the Roomies flood the comment section with various thoughts and opinions. While some social media users agreed on AJ and Free, others did give credit to Terrence J and Rocsi Diaz. Even a few celebrities hopped in to weigh in on the matter, including Joseline Hernandez and rapper Lil Mama.

Joseline Hernandez wrote, “Free n AJ duh.” 

Lil Mama wrote, “The Originators … AJ & Free.”


While Instagram user @jeffwitdalocs wrote, “Ain’t nobody better than AJ & Free. Terrance and Rocsi come in second. 

Instagram user @taniquarudell wrote, “Free and AJ the only correct answer.” 

Instagram user @ressi____ wrote, “Terrence and rocsi i was coming home from elementary school and they was on.” 

RELATED: Michelle Williams Says It Took About 12 To 13 Years For Her To Watch The ‘106 & Park’ Performance Where She Fell 

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