Give It To Me / Timbaland
Answering a newspaper ad call for 'producer presenters' by the then Singapore Broadcasting Corporation, Hubert had little idea his life was to change. During those formative and exciting years, he did the rounds on all the time belts, from late nights to pioneering the first ever two host Morning Show with Dahlia Z.
As his radio experience grew, Hubert moved from various radio stations, before finally settling into hosting the mornings with various partners from Margaret Lim, to Audrey Ying and Hamish Brown. He last headed down to host evening drive on The Homestretch before his abrupt disappearance off the radio dial. Rumours were that he was abducted by aliens, an abduction of which Hubert has no recollection of, except for the aliens who he claimed resembled No Doubt, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Slash, and Sting. Or they could have been artistes that left such a lasting impression as to imprint permanently in his brain.
On his return to the Earthly plane, Hubert thought it was safer to move from being on air to being seen in print, he cut his teeth as a scribe writing on golf, travel, cars and dining before landing as editor for a lifestyle tech magazine, playing with big boy toys all day long.
With Hubert joining the Power Breakfast Show on Power 98, he's come full circle with his return to radio, and is the only journeyman jock to have worked almost all the Singapore English radio stations on the FM band, save for two.
But it's not two, it's three in the mornings on Power 98's Power Breakfast Show with Hubert Tang, Sonja, and Jaime Yeo. A threesome that's going to be hard to put out of your mind.