I’m looking back on how much LA urban radio has been through this decade. In the early 2010’s (2010-2014) we didn’t have an true urban station. KJLH started playing more hip hop, Power 106 was sounding like KIIS FM, KDAY (which the best hip hop station by far despite their weak signal) stopped playing current hip hop and Hot 92.3 was playing nothing but R&B oldies. In 2015, Hot 92.3 becomes Real 92.3 thus bringing the urban format back to 92.3 after 15 years when 92.3 The Beat became 100.3 The Beat. Fast forward to today; Power 106 is back to playing primarily Hip Hop like 20 years ago, KDAY is still 90’s hip hop, KJLH hasn’t been really playing certain rap songs since Real 92.3 debuted.
Last Edit: Dec 28, 2019 12:11:33 GMT -5 by bjordan
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