Urban contemporary format

Contemporary urban music, also known as urban music, hip hop, urban pop, or simply urban music, is a music radio format. The term was coined by New York radio DJ Frankie Crocker in the early to mid-1970s as a synonym for black music. Contemporary urban radio stations offer a playlist composed entirely of black genres such as R&B, pop rap, quiet storm, contemporary urban adult, hip hop, Latino music such as Latino pop, Chicano R&B and Chicano rap as well as Caribbean music. Such as reggae and soca. Modern urban style has evolved from the characteristics of genres such as R&B and soul. If you like this format, choose and listen to radio stations in Urban Contemporary Online format.