The show, owned and executively produced by the actor and comedian, has been on the station since 2013. However, Daley says it is now time for a new journey for the growing entertainment brand.
For the fans and dedicated listeners of the show, Daley expressed gratitude for their support.
"I would like to extend hearty gratitude to my listeners, corporate partners and staunch supporters for the dedication they have shown. It is for that reason and the love for my many fans of the show why I can safely say we will be back at a new home to be announced soon. One love!" he said.
Meanwhile, Daley returned to Jamaica this week after completing a few performances in Helsinki, Finland, including a stellar performance on stage at the Laugh Factory Funniest Person In The World semi-finals. He placed third in the judges scoring for his live performance, but, unfortunately, did not receive enough online votes to advance to the finals. His performance, however, garnered him three spots in the bustling Finnish comedy club circuit and an open invitation to perform on the renowned Laugh Factory stage in Los Angeles, California.
"Thanks to my team, my sponsor, Magnum Tonic Wine, and the entire Laugh Factory team for making this dream of mine a reality. Entering this competition has been one of my best life experiences to date and I will treasure the memories and the friendships forged. Jamaica, I did my best. That's the only way I know how to tek charge," he said.