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KISS legend and international reggae ambassador David Rodigan is to be awarded an MBE for his ‘services to broadcasting’ – AMAZE!

David Rodigan has been giving KISS listeners ‘some signal’ all the way since 1990, and now the Queen has given him some signal of her own.

She’s included the reggae DJ on her New Year’s Honours list for his ‘services to broadcasting’, which means that pretty soon you’ll be tuning in to David Rodigan MBE after he attends a special ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

It’s been thirty-four years since he made his first ever appearance on the airwaves way back in 1978, and his career has been an illustrous one.

He’s respected by fans and artists across the globe, and his shows – both live and broadcasted – are packed full of old and new cuts, anecdotes and facts that make him one of a kind.

We can only guess that Buckingham Palace is locked in to Rodigan’s reggae show, every Sunday night!

Congratulations!

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