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Moombahton music on the radio

Moombahton is a music genre that emerged in the early 2010s, blending elements of reggaeton and Dutch house music. The genre was first created by American DJ and producer Dave Nada in 2009, when he slowed down the tempo of a Dutch house track and mixed it with a reggaeton acapella. This fusion of sounds became popular, and other producers began to create similar tracks, leading to the creation of a new genre.

Some of the most popular artists in the moombahton genre include Dillon Francis, Diplo, and DJ Snake. Dillon Francis is known for his high-energy moombahton tracks such as "Masta Blasta" and "Get Low," which have become anthems in the genre. Diplo, who was one of the first artists to incorporate moombahton into his sets, has released several moombahton tracks such as "Express Yourself" and "Biggie Bounce." DJ Snake, who gained fame with his hit single "Turn Down for What," has also released moombahton tracks such as "Taki Taki" and "Lean On."

There are several radio stations that play moombahton music, including 24/7 Dance Radio, Radio Record Dance, and Radio Nova. These stations feature a mix of popular moombahton tracks from established artists as well as up-and-coming producers in the genre. Moombahton has become popular in clubs and festivals around the world, and its fusion of reggaeton and house music continues to inspire new artists and producers.