Radio personality Miss Info has announced her resignation from hip-hop station Hot 97 after a memorable 10-year run.

According to Info, various variables including a new baby sparked her unexpected move.

“2015 has been such an incredible year so far,” Info says in a statement. “With a new baby, upcoming site relaunch, and a book on the way, it feels like everything is on the changing table. This wasn’t an easy decision, as I’ve shared so many unforgettable moments with my Hot 97 family. I want to thank everyone from the jocks and creatives to sales and promotions, for their immeasurable support both on and off air.” (Billboard)

Check out what other iconic personalities have left Hot 97 over the past couple of years on the next page…

Earlier this year, former Hot 97 host Cipha Sounds broke big news about his departure from the iconic station.

Hot 97 also confirmed Sounds’ departure from the station.

January 27, 2015 (New York, NY) – Effective immediately, Cipha Sounds is no longer with WQHT HOT 97 FM. We wish him well on his future endeavors. (Statement)

In December 2014, former Hot 97 veteran Mister Cee talked about leaving the cherished station.

“I would love to continue to be on radio if the opportunity arises. I would love to do radio whether it’s on-air or [other] programming. I would love to take a shot at being a program director or a music director at a radio station. I would love to continue to be in the music industry in any form. If an offer came to me in regards to working at a record label, depending on the situation, I would love to. Music is in my blood. I’m still going to DJ parties. I’m still booked up to DJ parties.” (XXL Mag)

Summer 2014 reports claimed Angie’s new salary had doubled since joining New York radio station Power 105.1.

Music insiders are buzzing that when popular disc jockey Angie Martinez jumped ship to Power 105. 1 two weeks ago, after 15 years at Hot 97, she doubled her pay. Sources tell Page Six that Clear Channel, which owns Power 105.1, offered Martinez a figure in the “high six figures.” Martinez, who was a co-host of Hot 97’s “Afternoon Drive” broadcast with DJ Enuff, will be hosting two four-hour shows in New York and Miami (Martinez’s rep had no comment). (Page Six)

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