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Vocal house music on the radio

Vocal house is a sub-genre of house music that is characterized by its use of soulful, melodic vocals and upbeat rhythms. The genre emerged in the early 1990s in the underground club scene of Chicago and New York, and quickly gained popularity in the UK and Europe. Vocal house is often associated with the "garage" sub-genre of house music, and shares many of its characteristics.

Some of the most popular artists of vocal house include David Morales, Frankie Knuckles, and Masters at Work. Morales is known for his remixes and productions, while Knuckles is considered one of the founding fathers of house music. Masters at Work, which is made up of Kenny "Dope" Gonzalez and "Little" Louie Vega, are known for their collaborations with other vocalists and musicians.

There are many radio stations that play vocal house music, including online stations like House Nation UK, House Station Radio, and Beach Grooves Radio. Many traditional FM radio stations also have dedicated dance music programs that feature vocal house, including Kiss FM in the UK and Hot 97 in the US.

Vocal house continues to be a popular sub-genre of house music, with new artists and tracks being produced and released regularly. The genre's blend of soulful vocals and infectious rhythms has made it a favorite among dance music enthusiasts around the world.