Afropop Worldwide

Afropop Worldwide logo

genre: Genres compas

  • blog August 29, 2017

    Preview: Brooklyn’s Caribbean Carnival Week

    For New Yorkers, neighbors and lovers of Caribbean fêtes far and wide, you’ve got a lot to look forward to this week. Yes, it’s time again for Brooklyn’s world-famous Labor Day Parade–A.K.A. the West Indian American Carnival Parade–and all of … Read more »

  • blog August 24, 2017

    Discography: An Island, Divided

    Here is a list of songs heard on Afropop Worldwide’s “An Island, Divided:“ Tabou Combo “Gold” (Mis Records) Nemours Jean Baptiste “Sensation of the Day” (Ibo Records) Various Artists “Alan Lomax in Haiti” (Harte Records) Fabre Duroseau “Haitian Piano” (Smithonian Folkways) Angel Viloria “Bajo El … Read more »

  • blog July 6, 2017

    Announcing: Afropop Closeup Season Two

    The second season of the Afropop Closeup podcast series presents intimate stories of the struggles and triumphs of human life in Rwanda, Nigeria, Haiti, the Bahamas and the African diasporas of Greece, the U.K., Paris, New York and San Francisco. A … Read more »

  • blog May 3, 2017

    Mixes from the Road: Music of Haiti, Chile and Dominican Republic

    Afropop producer Morgan Greenstreet has been all around the world this year. First in Nigeria for fieldwork and research for our current Hip Deep season and now in South America and the Caribbean on tour as a drummer with his … Read more »

  • interview February 17, 2017

    Emeline Michel Talks About Her Love For Books, Haiti and Empowering Children

    All photos by Nicolas Manassi/Roey Yohai Photography for Americas Society Emeline Michel is known as the “Queen of Haitian Song,” and just like any good queen mother, she knows how to bring people from various backgrounds together. In a special Valentine’s … Read more »

Browse the archives