Out on Dutty Artz this past week, my remix of Old Money’s ‘Mothership’ is below. On the official release it sits along side DJ Spoko’s own take of the title track. Lamin Fofana also turned in a great one! Download my remix for free for a limited time on my Soundcloud page. Read more about Old Money and their Afro-futurist philosophy here. Advertisements
My remix for Lamin Fofana’s Tune Africans Are Real from his EP of the same name that dropped last week on Dutty Artz: Come to the release party on Saturday, which is the next edition of Dutty Artz’s Change The Mood series of quarterly events.
African in New York is here! And I’m also proud to present my first every music video, the NY edition of “Without Money No Family.” I shot and edited it myself, taking some footage from the original clip, I’m happy to see the final result but anxious to hear what people think about it. Buy African in New York as a partial album on iTunes, and at a few other digital retailers. The full album will be a physical version with […]
“African in New York” is going to be available for sale tomorrow. I made a mix to promote in on XLR8R. Check Podcast 234. The EU tour continues this weekend. Here’s a video of the change between Mele and I in Paris. Meles opener kills!
I had a real fun time as a guest on my DJ partner and roommate Lamin Fofana‘s Sunday morning radio show this past weekend. We laughed the whole way through the rainy morning, and when Lamin would stop suddenly and announce, “on a serious note, there is flash flooding in…” I’d be rolling on the floor. I can’t switch gears that fast. But I mostly wanted to share this because I was able to play a lot of music that […]
This past couple of weeks I’ve been interviewed twice, and while I miss posting these things at times, I keep a log on my bio page… if you’re interested in what comes out of my mouth (or typing fingers) A longer one about my musical background just went up at Mixpak Records’ website. And a shorter one focused on the phenomenon variously known as “Global” “Tropical” “Bass” music in the San Francisco Bay Guardian Online. Thanks to Michael and Suze.
Artwork by Robert Trujillo “Hello everybody, reporting live from somewhere!” I’d like to share the very exciting for me news that my first EP of original material is up and available for purchase at iTunes, Amazon, or Boomkat online retailers. I’d love the support if you feel like purchasing the record. I’ve been working really hard on producing music for the past few months (there’s been a lack of posting both here and at Ghetto Bassquake.) A slew of releases […]
If you have a half hour check out the documentary called Lost Freetown on issues of development in Sierra Leone (Double-click on the video because embedding was disabled): more about “Lost Freetown – Sierra Leone“, posted with vodpod I was linked to it through Twitter by my friend Banker White last night. Banker has a great project he’s in the process of starting called We Own TV. Watch an introductory film to the project by Black Nature of the Refugee […]