MC Afrikan Boy, Olushola Ajose, returns with his latest track, "Wot it Do?" It’s a danceable, club-ready track that aims to bring people to the dance floor.
Rituals and spring go hand-in-hand.
What does it sound like to travel? In this A-side B-side, we find it in two tracks.
Exploring Sudan Archives through the Smithsonian Archives.
A deep dive into the 'K' in K-pop and traditional Korean music.
Lykanthea nestles comfortably in the electronic-ambient genre. But she's begun to add traces of her childhood training in Carnatic music.
Former bass player, Bakithi Kumalo, remembers late legendary South African jazz musician Hugh Masekela.
RIYL, or recommended if you like, helps us understand tropes in genres like folk music. It's not perfect in this case, but the slight similarities in Beatriz and Stambul Naturil come out after a deep listen.
The Congolese collective KOKOKO! repurposes typewriters, coffee cans, CPUs and more to create afropop-infused experimental music.
Björk’s latest album "Utopia" melds the sounds of a mythical world with familiar sentiments of longing and patience, just like a lullaby.
By singing and writing a song in Choctaw, singer-songwriter Samantha Crain is trying to push the culture past its colonial influence.
"Dawnland," an upcoming documentary film, follows the stories of several key individuals involved in the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
How 'Mayim, Mayim,' an Old World Jewish song, made its way into Japan is a mystery, but how it stayed is a geopolitical mess from the 20th century.