KJLH specializes in urban adult contemporary music, with a listener demographic between the ages of 25 and 54. The community-driven station's format focuses on R&;B and hip-hop music. In 2015, weekend programming includes the RadioFree Top 23 Countdown with Kameron Greene, Spin Room with DJ Malski and The Gospel MixShow with El Vee.
KJLH went on the air in 1965. The call letters are a nod to the original station owner, John Lamar Hill. Musician Stevie Wonder's Taxi Productions company purchased KJLH in 1979. Wonder gave the station its on-air slogan, “Kindness, joy, love and happiness.”Learn more about Art & Literature