Manila radio station WAVE 89.1 has permanently gone off air last April 14.

In a since deleted Facebook post, the R&B and hip-hop focused radio station officially announced that they have made their final broadcast. “Thank you, Manila for the many years of love and support. We did a lot of great things together!,” the post’s caption said. “It’s a sad day for all of us, but we’re gonna remember all the amazing people and music that came through our airwaves.”

In a Facebook post on his personal account, dated April 15, WAVE 89.1 DJ and host DannieBoi Farmer thanked everyone who tuned in throughout the years, stating, “Well, some changes have occurred and I am stepping down. A new group is coming in and I wish them the best of luck,” before adding, “Radio will forever be my passion, I will be back somewhere again soon, God willing!”

After being acquired by the Adventist Media, the radio show is set to be replaced by Adventist World Radio 89.1, a program solely focusing on religious content and material, starting this April 24.

WAVE 89.1 officially started operating in 2001 but its origins as a radio station date back to 1975 when it was still known as KB 89.1. The late Filipino rap icon Francis Magalona also worked with the station through his program “The Word-up Show” back when the station was called 89 DMZ. The station was known for their compilations such as Dreamscape and Quiet Storm as well as their programs such as Sunday Slowdown, Wave Back Wednesday, and Feel Good Friday.

Read the full statement from WAVE 89.1 on their signing off below:

The end is here.

We want to thank everyone for all the love and support over the years. What a wild ride it has been, Manila.

We’ve been receiving many stories on how Wave touched your lives, and how you’ve grown up with us. The feels are real.

While our heart is being pinched we wanna officially announce that Wave 89.1 has made its final broadcast.

So many memories. Good times and bad. Laughter and tears. WE CHANGED THE GAME. No one can say otherwise.

Thanks to all the former djs, managers, directors, techs, guests and anyone who has ever set foot in our studio. You helped us make history.

Much love. God bless.

WAVE 89.1, never forget. Peace!