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Afropop Worldwide is an internationally syndicated weekly radio series, online guide to African and world music, and an international music archive, that has introduced American listeners to the music cultures of Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean since 1988. Our radio program is hosted by Georges Collinet from Cameroon, the radio series is distributed by Public Radio International to 110 stations in the U.S., via XM satellite radio, in Africa via and Europe via Radio Multikulti.
 
Contact Us > WHATSAPP: +2349038023802 || Email: afropopradio@post.com || No.1 Music Podcast - Afro-POP Radio is a UK based podcast now situated in Nigeria which focuses on the new sound(Afrobeat) the radio serves as your guide to what Afropop/Afrobeat is worth listening to and which one doesn't worth the time and money..
 
In this series, Georges Collinet, host of NPR’s Afropop Worldwide, explores the rich history and culture of the music of the Arab World. Arabic musicians and scholars demonstrate the sounds of string, wind and percussion instruments that directly influenced the development of musical instruments common to the modern Western world. The importance of universal musical concepts, such as improvisation, ornamentation and audience participation are discussed in the context of the Arab World, as ar ...
 
Kindly follow us for new mixes. DJs In Africa is an african based website which promotes DJs, Musicians and anybody who does anything related to music. We release mixtapes every week which consists of Artist from all parts of Africa. Pomote your song with us. For enquiries email us: djsinafrica@gmail.com or log on to our website https://djsinafrica.com You can donate to support us at the following link: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=ZDR2ECXWNCVK8
 
unsignedhype.org and About 2 Blow Radio digital record pool features new and underground releases and interview sessions with the artists & producers behind the music. Sponsored by unsignedhype.org Diggin in the crates for digital 45s (LPs), underground bangerz from up & coming artists, exclusives, b-sides & collabos before they see the break of dawn. 45s Before Dawn Digital Record Pool www.unsignedhype.org www.about2blowradio.com www.45sbeforedawn.ga
 
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The Covid-19 pandemic forced musicians everywhere to step off the stage and stay home, reflecting. Now, as the world gradually opens up, they are reemerging with powerful new music, and lots of it. This program focuses on four female artists whose 2021 music is full of challenging messages for a challenged world. Climate change, womens’ empowerment…
 
Live from the Archive When Afropop Worldwide launched back in 1988, a key goal was to capture the live energy of incredible artists emerging from Africa, the Caribbean and beyond. Most of those recordings were preserved on reel-to-reel tapes. The coronavirus lockdown has given us a chance to start revisiting and preserving. And we have been amazed …
 
Shared Particles - AK/DK World Remember Me Now - The Go! Team A Bee Without its Sting - The Go! Team Drive - Sam Valdez Toothache - Sam Valdez Psychic - The Goon Sax Allergies - Silver Furs Wildlife - Silver Furs At the End of the World - Massage Michael Is My Girlfriend - Massage Lost - The School Book Depository This episode features a clip from …
 
SPECIAL “ALL COVERS” EPISODE! Björk’s Army of Me - Julia Jacklin & RVG The Dire Straits’s Walk of Life - Big Bill The Clash’s Train in Vain (Stand by Me) - Rostam Green Day’s When I Come Around - Nap Eyes Sheryl Crow’s If It Makes You Happy - Reptaliens feat. Marinero & Hannah Blilie Mamas and the Papas’ California Dreamin' - Hazel English Queen’s …
 
Known as Australia’s music and cultural capital, Melbourne is a hub of creativity boasting a diverse arts scene. The African community in Melbourne has been growing with Africans from all parts of the continent bringing their fashion, food and music to the city. In this episode we’ll explore African musicians and music curators who are making their…
 
The 27 year-long Angolan civil war was also an international crossroads of the Cold War as well as a regional resource war, involving Cuba, the Soviet Union, Zaire, South Africa, and the U.S. When it was over, Namibia was independent, apartheid had fallen, Angola was a nation, and the Soviet Union had ceased to exist. Through music, interviews, and…
 
For over 10 years, Eric Nelson Efa and members of his association, the Azania Way Culture, have crisscrossed almost half of Cameroon's 10 regions: the deep North, around Lake Chad, the central region, the Adamawa and the south, to record traditional musicians who are getting very old and are the last repository of traditional music in Cameroon. In …
 
Central America, a narrow, mountainous, and largely impoverished stretch of land spanning seven countries, is a surprising and underexposed Latin American musical hot zone. The region’s bizarre and tumultuous history has led to a fascinating mix of cultural influences – Spanish conquistadors, British pirates, and American banana companies have at o…
 
Miami’s Afro Roots Fest is back on stage at the North Miami Beach Bandshell. Mostly. The 2021 edition featured live performances by Afro-Nicaraguan singer/songwriter Philip Montabán and by sacred steel guitar master Roosevelt Collier, with special guests Richard Bona and Weedie Braimah. There were also remote concert sets from Vieux Farka Toure in …
 
To make this unprecedented program, producer Ned Sublette traveled to Mbanza-Kongo, the ancient seat of the Kongo empire located in present-day northern Angola, where he spoke to Dr. Bárbaro Martínez Ruiz, professor of art and art history at Stanford. We’ll learn about the simbi, the spirits that Martínez Ruiz describes as “the multiple power of go…
 
The Kenyan capital is roaring into the 2020s. On this program singer/songwriter/producer Eric Wainaina introduces us to a rising cadre of artists rocking the Nairobi scene. From hip-hop and dancehall to r&b and Gengeton, the city’s cultural melting pot is coming to a boil at a time of political change when artists are finding their voices to speak …
 
The Chronicles [Mixtape] is hosted by DJ Carcious as he mixes 75 songs from his playlist.Tracklist...Fre Me Carter - RafiraO’Kenneth ft Reggie & City Boy - AgyeiwaaBeetzTrap KOTM - Lef AmG-West - Young Amakye DedeKweku Smoke - Kwashe NiggasSenarioWorld X Ardult - Y3nka Nkyer3 WoKweku Smoke ft Emtee - Let It GoM.anifest ft Vic Mensa & Moliy - No Fea…
 
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Toronto is Canada’s most cosmopolitan city--“like New York but mellower” in the words of Kofi Akah, son of the Ghanaian highlife legend Jewel Akah. Kofi is one of many superb African artists who have made Toronto their home over the years. That list is long, and it has included highlife star Pat Thomas, South Sudanese rapper Emanuel Jal, rising Con…
 
On this program we survey the careers of two giants within their genres. Bunny Wailer is the last surviving member of the original Bob Marley and the Wailers trio. Right up to his 2016 tour, where we met him, this architect of reggae music has continued to carry the banner with new concerts and recordings. And he tells his story with bracing poetic…
 
This episode features our Executive Producer and Host, Avhurengwi as he bids farewell to the listeners of 1000 African Voices. Tune in to hear how the podcast came about and his general views on the Podcast space on the African continent. You can reach Avhurengwi on acnengovhela@gmail.comBy Avhurengwi
 
On March 6, 1971, a group of some of the top musicians from the United States -– Ike and Tina Turner, Wilson Pickett, the Staple Singers, and more -– boarded a plane bound for Ghana to perform in a musical celebration that was dubbed the “Soul to Soul Festival.” Thousands of audience members filled Accra’s Black Star Square for a continuous 15 hour…
 
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