Winston Williams Obituary, Death – Winston Williams, a broadcaster who worked in Jamaican media for more than 50 years and was regarded for being the finest DJ on radio, passed away recently. Winston, also known as “The Whip with the Solid Kick,” Williams was honored for being the best DJ on radio. Williams was recognized for his excellence as a radio DJ and received honors for his work. Because of the high caliber of his work, Williams earned the nickname “The Whip with the Solid Kick.”
It was announced that the veteran media personality had passed away earlier today at the Kingston Public Hospital, according to a tweet that was posted on Sunday afternoon by Olivia Grange, who is the Minister of Culture. The message was released by the Minister of Culture. As part of the introduction that she gave, she referred to him as “a pioneer of Jamaican radio.” Grange made the observation that “the Whip’s” mesmerizing baritone voice and the excellent music that he played on the radio will be ingrained in his memory for the rest of his life. “That is something that will remain in my mind for the rest of my life.”
It was said in an article that was featured in a special issue of 2020 magazine that was dedicated to marking the station’s 70th anniversary that Williams began working at Radio Jamaica (back when it was still known as RJR) in 1963. At the time, the station was still going by its previous name. After waiting an additional three years, he eventually relocated to the Caribbean so that he could work as a radio host in the Bahamas and as the emcee of a concert called “Cat and Fiddle Club,” which featured many of the most prominent names in international music.