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In 2011, Metro FM switched away from reggae and became Venus FM, a station targeted at office-class ladies in Kenya's urban areas. The gap left by Metro FM was soon taken filled by Ghetto FM, a Sheng (Kenyan slang) speaking station that claims to be the voice of the youth in the Kenyan ghettos.

As at 2014, the selectors on Ghetto FM reggae sessions were DJ Bonokode and DJ Ambuside.

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Dancehall reggae has softer and simpler beats than roots or ragga and it rarely projects the Rastafarian culture, anti-colonialism or the agenda of African emancipation.

Reggae has fans even among the conservative Somali and Muslim communities of the North Eastern and Coastal provinces of Kenya.

Majority of the fan-base are in Nairobi, Kisumu, Nakuru and Machakos Meru, kiambu kwa watu wa bhangi towns.

Kenyan reggae is mainly a fusion of Jamaican reggae styles with local ethnic singing styles that incorporate Lingala, benga and Kenyan hip hop.

In Kenya, reggae music is accessed through public playing in matatus, radio stations, night clubs, private CD collections, unlicensed CD compilations, shared MP3 collections, You Tube and other websites.

Dancehall reggae has softer and simpler beats than roots or ragga and it rarely projects the Rastafarian culture, anti-colonialism or the agenda of African emancipation.

Reggae has fans even among the conservative Somali and Muslim communities of the North Eastern and Coastal provinces of Kenya.

Majority of the fan-base are in Nairobi, Kisumu, Nakuru and Machakos Meru, kiambu kwa watu wa bhangi towns.

Kenyan reggae is mainly a fusion of Jamaican reggae styles with local ethnic singing styles that incorporate Lingala, benga and Kenyan hip hop.

In Kenya, reggae music is accessed through public playing in matatus, radio stations, night clubs, private CD collections, unlicensed CD compilations, shared MP3 collections, You Tube and other websites.

Sounds that were popular in the 1990s include Omega Sounds, King Lions Sounds, Livity Sounds, Jahmbo Sounds, King Jumbo Sounds.