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  • April 4, 2017

    Salif Keita Live at New York’s Town Hall

    It is always an occasion when Mali’s most renowned popular singer Salif Keita comes to town. His first visit to New York in three years drew a nearly full house to Town Hall on Sat., April 1, presented by the … Read more »

  • April 3, 2017

    The African Print Affair

    African culture is very diverse, consisting of a variety of tribes that have their own individual unique characteristics. It is expressed through arts and crafts, tradition and religion, clothing, cuisine, music and languages. African music and fashion has been growing … Read more »

  • March 31, 2017

    “Yere Faga:” A Fierce New Video by Oumou Sangaré with Tony Allen

    A young woman grits her teeth, body standing tall as if in defiance, face contorted with pain, dripping in sweat, on the edge of a roof looking out on a city landscape. A chorus of voices open the video, and … Read more »

  • March 31, 2017

    Concert Review: Michael Mwenso and the Shakes in NYC

    Tucked into a row of charming old brick buildings on a tidy side street in New York’s West Village is the Greenwich House Music School (GHMS), a community-centered place of music education and performance that dates back 112 years. Upstairs … Read more »

  • March 30, 2017

    Edo Highlife Discography and Mixtape

    Producer Morgan Greenstreet mixed classics and latest hits from some of the greats of Edo highlife. Here is a list of albums heard on the program “Edo Highlife.” Collins Oke and His Odoligie Nobles, Yabomwen Akobeghian, Tokpanugu and Akobe Mega Show Europe … Read more »

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