Category: Global Sound System

Barabás Lőrinc Ends His World Tour In New York

Freshly off of his European Tour, Barabás Lőrinc took America by storm with a three week tour covering Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City. The classically trained Hungarian […]

#GlobalFusionPlaylist : Always A Future in Soul Music: #FutureIcons

#GlobalFusionPlaylist #SoulMusic #Growth #FutureIcons 2013: Reclaiming!             As I had to look at the social media floating images of Nicki Minaj on all 4’s with […]

Marvin Gaye (April 2, 1939 – April 1, 1984): Remembering Marvin In Ostend, Beligum

Marvin Gaye was born as Marvin Pentz Gay, Jr. – undeniably one of the greatest musicians of all time by any local or global standards. Marvin Gaye put the soul […]

Africa Rising: African albums to watch out for in 2013

With the world’s hot love affair with the African continent, African artists are slowly becoming a force to reckon with globally. The sounds of Africa are once again becoming the soundtrack […]

Global Fusion Playlist : What’s Going On By Marvin Gaye

Classics are decided by the times and the people. Imagine a world without Marvin Gaye and What’s Going On! Never!!! This album was rejected by Barry Gordy (Mr. Motown), but now […]

#GlobalFusionPlaylist #MamaAfrica: Producers & Songwriters – Hakim Abdulsamad

The power and importance of producers and songwriters in the entertainment industry is undeniable. The score to our everyday life reality is reflected in the score to our fantasies in films and […]

GlobalFusionPlaylist: Running Away & Crazy Baldhead -Bob Marley

There will always be someone who has it better or worse than us all. As Bob Marley said “Every man thinks his burden is the heaviest …Who feels it knows […]

Nester (Messenger) Robert Marley’s Mum- Cedella Booker

As we honor the messenger on the 31st anniversary of his transition from earth to home going- leaving the world to carry on the teachings of love and freedom, and […]

Global Fusion Playlist: Afro-Europe’s Global Soul -Ones To Watch : Y’akoto, Joy Denalane & Emeli Sandé,

As we go thru Europe to find the soul of music being brought by the Daughters of Yaa sprinkled all over the world in warrior queen goodness, our passport in global […]

Don’t Call Me African…The Cries & Crisis of Lost Africans Continues

As Dr. Kwame Nkrumah said: “I am not African because I was born in Africa, but because Africa was born in me.” When I see articles like “Some blacks insist: […]