Swing Your Body Ft. Aaeidi by Maggie Bushiri

Swing Your Body Ft. Aaeidi by Maggie Bushiri

Maggie Bushiri is a Congolese born American Rapper, songwriter and Actress based in Los Angeles, CA. She gathered a nice social media following after being cast in a bullying commercial that went viral on Facebook. In early 2015, Maggie discovered her love for rap and started to write and produce songs. She earned public attention after releasing her first single “Fly Like That” in late 2016 to her Soundcloud account. She released her second single…

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La Misa Negra | La Misa Negra

La Misa Negra | La Misa Negra

ARTIST: La Misa Negra TITLE: La Misa Negra LABEL: NAM Entertainment Cumbia is probably more popular today than it’s ever been, and that’s saying something since it’s been around for nearly 200 years. La Misa Negra, an 8-piece band from Oakland CA, is inspired by Colombian big band porro from the 1950s and 60s. But they put their own spin on it: leader Marco Polo Santiago is a metal-head (tracks 1 and 10 are covers…

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Exclusive No Fly Zone Magazine Interview With Romeo M

Exclusive No Fly Zone Magazine Interview With Romeo M

Afro-World Music-Hip-Hop recording artist Romeo M is a man of few words, and some rather unique ideas. Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen, we present Rome M… NFZ: Please tell us about yourself, where you’re from and what you do. Rome M: My name is Romeo M; I’m from Congo (DRC) and was raised in South Africa. I’m an artist musician.  NFZ: You now live in Cincinnati, OH, but you were originally from the Democratic Republic…

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Betsayda Machado & La Parranda El Clavo | Loe Loa: Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree

Betsayda Machado & La Parranda El Clavo | Loe Loa: Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree

ARTIST: Betsayda Machado & La Parranda El Clavo TITLE: Loe Loa: Rural Recordings Under The Mango Tree LABEL: Odelia Parranda is music of the Afro-Venezuelans of the Barlovento region on Venezuela’s Caribbean coast, many of whom are descended from the escaped rebel slaves who founded cumbes (fortified towns) starting in the sixteenth century and remained at war with the Spanish colonialists until 1820. Venezuelan parranda (the same word is used in Puerto Rico and among…

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