LootLove 'can't wait' to make her return to Metro FM

The new Metro FM line-up has been announcement.

17 March 2024 - 10:00
By Joy Mphande
Loot Love set to co-host the afternoon drive show ‘The Touch Down’.
Image: Instagram/ Loot Love Loot Love set to co-host the afternoon drive show ‘The Touch Down’.

Luthando “LootLove” Shosha is set to make a comeback on commercial radio station Metro FM.

The media personality, who had previously left the station to become a presenter of Apple Music's radio show called Africa Now Radio, was unveiled as the new addition to Metro's afternoon drive show The Touch Down.

She joins Thabo “Tbo Touch” Molefe to co-host the show on weekdays between 3pm and 6pm.

“Radio, my love! I cannot wait to spend my afternoons with you all! King loot's back home!” she wrote when sharing the news with her followers.

Other changes to the Metro FM line-up effective from April 1 have been revealed. 

Another fresh voice added to the station is Zola Myeza, who joins Somizi Mhlongo on the 6am to 9am slot for The Weekend Breakfast Sounds Good show

The station is set to launch a new show that focuses on music and urban lifestyle presented by Quinton “The Naked DJ” Masina and new addition to the station Thato Immaculate on Saturdays from 6pm to 9pm. 

Seasoned broadcaster Paul Mtirara joins The Sunday Love Movement to present The Chill Factor between noon and 3pm. 

Sunday Soul Therapy’ with Msizi Shembe moves to the 9pm to midnight slot, and will focus on urban jazz, classic, soul and R&B music.

Rorisang Thandekiso is set bring purpose and inspiration on weekday mornings from 5am to 6am hosting a show called Command your day.

Roxanne Roberson, will join Ryan the DJ on ‘Urban Beat’, on Fridays from 10pm to midnight and Saturdays from 9pm to midnight.

“We have amplified the current line-up and are supporting the growth of weekend shows with exciting changes. Our 2024 offering will ensure the station remains relatable and inspirational to listeners who are constantly seeking inspiration for growth and progression.

“Metro FM is committed to consistently providing quality content to our listeners as well as adding value to our clients.” the station's business manager, Kina Nhlengethwa, said.