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  • blog August 18, 2016

    Afropop’s Dispatches from New York City

    Afropop Worldwide is proud to announce a four-part series of shows focused on New York City, our home base. Starting this weekend, tune in for a variety of musical traditions showcasing the range of musicianship this big city has to … Read more »

  • blog April 15, 2015

    Five SummerStage 2015 Highlights!

    SummerStage, the massive annual summer-long series of concerts, film screenings, dance performances and spoken word recitals that take place throughout New York, has now released its 2015 lineup, and there is plenty to be excited about. Here are some of … Read more »

  • hip-deep March 21, 2014

    After the Quake: Music, Politics and Spirituality in Haiti

    For this exclusive Afropop Worldwide Hip Deep report, producer Ned Sublette travels to Port-au-Prince, where he checks in with bandleader Richard Morse of RAM, and with Lolo and Manzé Beaubrun of Boukman Eksperyans, both of whom produced hotly controversial carnival songs … Read more »

  • blog March 11, 2014

    DJ Chibuikem brings us Trinidad “Road Extraction” mix

    Maybe you’ve noticed that Afropop has thrown a few film screenings in the last few months. Maybe you’ve attended one of these fêtes, and maybe probably you stayed after the flick and danced until deep into the night (or at … Read more »

  • blog March 5, 2014

    Carnival 2014 Mixtape Roundup

    Chance are, you’re either at work, hung over, sporting some ash on your forehead, or some combination of the three right now. Carnival is over, today is an Ash Wednesday, and to some, it seems that the music has stopped. … Read more »

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