Art Terrell is greatly recognized for his mesmerizing voice and captivating personality. As an Atlanta native, Terrell embraces the successful expansion of "urban" community, radio and music within the greater "ATL." No stranger to the urban radio scene or to Atlanta's African-American community, Terrell's radio career is permitting him to do what he loves while donating time to causes that are important to him like Atlanta homelessness and the Tsunami and Haitian relief efforts.
Art Terrell provides listeners with entertainment news, a little comic relief and an excellent mix of music. Upon Terrell's arrival in the afternoon slot in October of 2004, WALR saw it's highest ratings ever in the daypart (25-54). Terrell became a contributor to the Atlanta radio community beginning with an internship with WVEE-FM while attending Mays High School in Atlanta. While continuing his career at WVEE he attended Georgia State University and hosted Atlanta's first hip-hop show, The Fresh Party. At WVEE, he also hosted Reggae Jammin' with Lil' John, The Quiet Storm and The House Party. After the launch of WHTA-FM, Terrell hosted The Morning Party-The Art Terrell and Felesha Love Show. While at WHTA, Terrell also acted as Sports Director and Co-Host and Co-Producer of The Ryan Cameron Morning Show while working along side and training then intern Chris "Ludacris" Bridges.
In 1996, station listeners nominated the Art Terrell for "the sexiest voice in Atlanta radio" gaining him notoriety in Atlanta. Terrell has also produced music and studio commercials for the music industry's top artists like Aaliyah, Usher, 112 and many more. He also acted as a host for Atlanta's first TV dance show, Atlanta Jams.