Here's the Deal with Mega and Steele
April 27, 2012
Hosted by Ike "Mega" Griffin and Sydney “Steele” Justice
Here’s the Deal with Mega and Steele
Friday at 2 PM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Sports Channel
The show is out of the box radio. An in your face style of issue oriented sports talk. Forget about the x’s and o’s because this ain’t your fathers sports show.
Our show is a breath of fresh air.You will hear things in a different context of topics that no one is talking about and are probably either afraid or can’t. We always advance the story with opinions and facts.
Topics will range from the ones you talk about at the water cooler to the ones some people would love to sweep under the rug. We call them NO FEAR TOPICS. Tune in to Here’s the Deal with Mega and Steele every Friday at 2 PM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Sports Channel.
Ike "Mega" Griffin and Sydney “Steele” Justice
Ike Griffin AKA the “mega man” is a sportsradio icon. He rocketed to the top of Detroit sports radio. Mega brings an in your face, compelling, issue-oriented side to sports talk. As Mega likes to say “I just keep it 100.” You will either love him or hate him. There is no in between.
After graduating from Michigan State University, his football odyssey continued. He punched tickets for the next six years traveling the NFL - USFL and CFL. When the ride was over, Ike knew he had been places the everyday athlete could only dream of. So he took his belief, his cause and his purpose to the airwaves. Now as The Mega Man "all he wants is all Mega Maniacs to unite."
Sydney Justice AKA “Steele” signed with the Los Angeles Rams and was fortunate enough to experience SuperBowl XIV vs. The Pittsburgh, Steelers. He also played one season with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League and a couple of years with the Indianapolis Colts.
While in high school, Sydney had the opportunity to perform on the Animal House movie soundtrack songs, “Shout” and “Sham ma lama Ding Dong” that the character Otis Day portrayed.
After football Sydney worked with Artist such as Shalamar, and also sang on Bobby Brown’s hit song “Rock wit cha” achieving a Platinum record.
For the past 14 years Sydney has been the lead singer for the legendary vocal group “The Miracles” which was at one time “Smokey Robinson and the Miracles,” the group that started Motown Records.