Affectionately known as “Miss 10 til 2” Jazzy McBee is the most sought-after personality in the South. Raised in Decatur, GA as one of five sisters, hard work & women’s empowerment grows naturally with McBee. Over 10 years vested in the radio industry, Jazzy is favored for her sassy, home girl, around-the-way personality. After starting her career at an opposing station, she left to join one of the top stations in Atlanta, Streetz 94.5, to host her own Midday show, Monday through Friday from 10am to 2pm.
Making her own way, Jazzy has broken exclusives with a host of high-profile acts such as T.I, Gabrielle Union, Kanye West, LaVar Ball, Chris Brown, Mathew Knowles, John Singleton, Will Packer, Jamie Foxx, H.E.R. and many more. Her celebrity interviews received national attention from nationwide blog sites such as The Shaderoom, BallerAlert, and more. Jazzy has also made her way to the big screen by landing a role in Steve Harvey’s “Think Like A Man” movie, as well as recurring television roles on VH1’s “Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta”, WeTv’s “Cutting It in The ATL”, and OWN's, “Put A Ring On It”.
Endorsing all channels of beauty, entertainment, event hosting, and charity work, Jazzy has hosted initiatives for the likes of 100 Women’s Empowerment at the Georgia State Capitol, Atlanta City Hall, Mayor Kasim Reed, Ludacris, & more.
Her strong love for family, community, and supporting various charities has driven her to start her own 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, The Fab 5 Foundation, Inc. The organization was founded to focus on nurturing and developing the minds of young girls with a strong emphasis on confidence & higher education. The Fab 5 Foundation, Inc is committed to changing the world, one girl at a time.
Jazzy has been recognized and received proclamations on several occasions for her philanthropic contributions in the community. Awarding these prestigious proclamations acclaimed the likes of the Georgia State Senate, the House of Representatives and Georgia’s Governor Kemp. The events were held at the Georgia State Capitol for “Atlanta’s Hottest and Most Sophisticated Women of Radio”. That same year, she was recognized by the Atlanta City Council presented by Councilman Michael Julien Bond and received another proclamation by The City of Atlanta. Other awards include being recognized by Ciroc’s International Women’s Day, Courvoisier Women History Month, and Atlanta’s Most Prominent influencers by “Who’s Who in Black Atlanta” publications.
With a passion for all things beauty, Jazzy’s entrepreneurial spirits led her to start her own hair extensions company and brand, “Jazzy Girls Hair Collection”. With various celebrities wearing, Jazzy Girls Hair Collection, it has quickly become one of the most popular, sought after hair brands in the hair industry.
When asked where she draws her motivation, Jazzy McBee shares these sentiments, “It comes from family and visualizing my dream, I see it and I feel close to it so never giving up on it keeps me motivated. I want to be successful; a lot of people in my industry are famous but not successful.
In a world where people desire stardom so they can stand for all things flashy, Jazzy’s aim remains to be mentioned amongst those who gave love to those around her. A woman of integrity, tangible realness, and reliability, Jazzy McBee continues to strengthen her talents, expand her horizons and explore new business opportunities.