Africa is a Radio episode 6 opens up with a transnational blend, combining remixes of Dotorado
Whatever Jay-Z and Beyonce were expecting when they went to Nigeria in 2006, they can’t have
I’m taking over the Friday music break this week. First up, the prolific Azonto producer E.L.
Jay-Z’s brand of Black Republicanism is now the subject of a sociology course at Georgetown University.
An interview in a (South African) Sunday paper with a ‘hopping mad’ Caiphus Semenya (the South
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wmJzUMDVuo&w=600&h=373] So about those pantsula references in Beyonce’s latest video: Beyonce and her choreographer, Frank Gatson
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDYSvKiJShQ&w=500&h=317] That was our second question. Our first was, “What is this?” The answer to the
A number of North American pop artists have lent their star power to African dictators.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0F2_sAlaNo&w=500&h=307&rel=0] Mos Def is back. Which means I am happy. This for Ski Beats’ new album
The New York mainstream press is all over Bill T Jones’ musical “Fela!,” which recently opened