Musica Urbana here in NYC on X96.3 and Miami will finally coming soon to the future
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    AlvaJr
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    Smile Musica Urbana here in NYC on X96.3 and Miami will finally coming soon to the future

    Since Musica Urbana (like Music Choice channel) came to NYC on X96.3 which debuted the first time on 5/19/14 by playing "Musica Urbana y Mucho Mas" slogan like:

    Alex Matos
    Prince Royce
    Don Omar
    Romeo Santos from Aventura
    El General
    Mellow Man Ace like Mentirosa
    Gerardo Mejia like Rico Suave
    Nu Flavour like Cielo
    Pitbull
    Daddy Yankee
    Xtreme
    Ivy Queen
    Casa de Leones
    Al B. Sure like Noche y Dia
    Wisin y Yandel
    Zion & Lennox
    Tego Calderon
    Guillermo Davila like Solo Quiero Cocos
    Leo Dan like Leo Rap
    DLG
    Tito "El Bambino"
    La Misma Gente like Loco
    Los Titanes like Tu Decision
    Miguelito the Kid
    Ilegales
    Proyecto Uno
    Kalimba
    A.B. Quintanilla like Reggae Kumbia
    Vico C
    Banda Blanca
    Los Prisioneros like rapping rock
    Tag Team like Whoomp! Si Lo Es

    and much more 'cause on saw it on WXTV Canal 41 commercial during News and heard it on my radio PD saying Musica Urbana y Mucho Mas and Tropical merged to Mega 97.9 with only one station heard.

    There is only 4 radio FM spanish language stations are:

    93.1 Amor (Bachata, Pop y Musica Romantica)
    Mega 97.9 (Tropical)
    X96.3 (Urban)
    Univision America 92.7 (News/Talk)

    So forget about Mami, Que Buena, Latino Mix, Clasica and more...

    So do you think that Musica Urbana will coming toward soon to Miami radio in the future to gain the music urban audience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlvaJr View Post
    So do you think that Musica Urbana will coming toward soon to Miami radio in the future to gain the music urban audience?
    "Urbana" is not the same as "uban".

    The answer to your question about Miami lies in how many Dominicans there are in South Florida. The urbana wave is sweeping the Dominican Republic, and the biggest group of Spanish language radio listeners in NYC are Dominican.
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