The influence of Reggae and Jamaican music had a great effect on British music. The influence led to new genres of music coming out of London, Birmingham and Bristol. In the 1970s and 80s reggae music was very popular in Birmingham leading to British reggae groups that came from the city (UB40, Steel Pulse, and Musical Youth). Coming of the backs of punk and reggae come “Two Tone” which is regarded as the second wave of Ska but a faster tempo than Jamaican Ska, and was commercially successful in the UK from 1979, until the early 1990s. In London in the 1970s, Jamaican reggae was fused with British pop creating “lovers’ rock,” a melodic but distinctively British version of reggae. Additionally, more genres of British-based music spawned through the influence of Jamaicans living in the UK such as Funky house, dub step, drum ‘n bass, Funky House, and Grime.