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Afropop Worldwide invited New York-based artists from Africa and the diaspora to their Brooklyn office for a live broadcast on Saturday, February 11, 2017.

In case you missed it, here is the full six-hour broadcast which featured interviews with singer and keyboardist Jean Gnonlonfoun of Beninois band Jomion and the Uklos; urban dancer, teacher and choreographer Kim D. Holmes from New York; bandleader and percussionist Courtnee Roze from New York; and bandleader, singer and composer Nkumu Katalay from Congo. In the first half of the show, Alejandro Van Zandt-Escobar, Afropop writer, producer and DJ from duo Eko’ fo Show, set the tone with music from Afropop’s in-house record collection and producer Morgan Greenstreet interviewed our director of new media, Akornefa Akyea, for a throwback discussion on Ghanaian hiplife music. Enjoy music and voices from Brooklyn, the place Afropop has called home for over 20 years.

MONDAY
Eternal Father: Meditations, 10pm–12am

TUESDAY
OPA! with DJ Barry Goldstein, 10pm–12am

WEDNESDAY
Erin_FM, 8–10pm

THURSDAY
Sean Farrell, 8–10pm

FRIDAY
Haarschnitt, 4–6pm, every other week

(Eastern Time)

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