FuseBox Radio Broadcast w/ DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk

The syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast was founded by DJ Fusion while she was an undergraduate student at the Rutgers University - New Brunswick campus in 1998 at Rutgers University Radio. Along with co-host, fellow mix DJ and business partner Ausar Ra Black Hawk (who became on as a part of the show in 2004), the weekly radio show & podcast exists to bring the Balance Back to Black Radio with having a strong focus on bringing a diverse mix of independent and mainstream Black Music (Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Funk, House & more from all over the world along with relevant commentary on everything from politics to popular culture, news and guest interviews to the international listening masses. From its original roots, the FuseBox Radio Broadcast has spread to over 25+ website, FM & internet radio stations and podcast distribution channels as of June 2017 (listed at http://bit.ly/FuseBoxRadioBroadcastAffiliates). ** Most of our Stations & Outlets Tracked via RadioWave Monitor, Mediaguide & SoundExchange. ** Feel free to reach out at anytime to fuseboxradio@gmail.com or visit our official website at http://www.FuseBoxRadio.com for more information about lining up interviews, submitting music for airplay, putting the FuseBox Radio Broadcast on your radio station/internet outlet, giving feedback, etc. Also check out the official blog of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast at http://www.BlackRadioIsBack.com.Thank you all for all of your support!FuseBox Radio Broadcast © 1998 - 2017

Total Episodes193
06/19/2017
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This is a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the weeks of June 8 & 15, 2017 [originally broadcast on the Week of Sept. 11, 2013] with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. Our extended commentary during that week's show focused on the 50th anniversary of the Birmingham Church Bombing, latest updates on the Colorado Floods & the Navy Yard Shooting, Clear Channel & Warner Music uniting on a weird business deal, songwriter/singer Victor Willis' victory over the record labels for the copyright of "YMCA", our viewpoint of the saga of Hot 97 Radio Personality/DJ/Hip-Hop legend Mister Cee getting caught yet again with a transsexual prostitute & what - if anything - it means for Hip-Hop community (especially regarding frank, mature talk about sexuality, employment & more) and some other bits of news here and there. Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly. FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Weeks of June 8 & 15, 2017 [originally broadcast on the Week of Sept. 11, 2013] Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. Janelle Monae feat. Esperanza Spaulding/Dorothy Dandridge Eyes/Altantic 2. Labtekwon/Soul Dance/Ankhba.com 3. Phil Ade feat. Raheem DeVaughn & Dee Boy/Simply Beautiful/368 Music Group 4. Amerigo Gazaway/Chomeo x Joe Bataan x Boz Scaggs - Hot Mess (Lowdown Party Mix)/AmerigoMusic.com 5. Mayer Hawthorne/Wine Glass Woman/ 6. Gil Scott-Heron/A Place For You (Doctor L RMX)EnmemeTemps.com 7. The Stepkids/Moving Pictures/Stones Throw 8. Dan-e-o/Immortal/URBNET 9. Little Boots/Satellite (Urulu RMX)/On Repeat Records Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. Stalley/Feel The Bass/MMG (Played Live) 2. The Underachievers/Melody of the Free/ElevatedNations.com (Top Song Requested) 3. Theo Parrish/Jupiter/Snow Dog Records (Top Song Requested) 4. Buju Banton/Monday Morning/Penthouse Records (Top Song Requested) 5. Boog Brown feat. Illastrate, Lex Boogie & Joe D./In Tune/BoogBrown.Bandcamp.com (Top Song Requested) 6. Constant Deviants/Eventually/HipNott Records (Top Song Requested) 7. Terrace Martin/Get Away/TerraceMartinMusic.com (Top Song Requested) 8. Dizzy Wright/Hope You Have A Good Day/Funk Volume (Top Song Requested) 9. The Underachievers/The Proclamation/ElevatedNations.com (Top Song Requested) 10. Schoolboy Q feat. Kenrick Lamar/Collard Greens/Interscope (Top Song Requested) 11. Zouassi/Heavy Bones/Zouassi.Tumblr.com (Top Song Requested) 12. Valerie June/Workin' Woman Blues/Concord Music Group (Top Song Requested) 13. SonReal & Rich Kidd feat. Sophia Danai/Slumber/RichKiddBeats.com (Top Song Requested) 14. Etana feat. Busy Signal/Love Love Love/VP (Top Song Requested) 15. Dr. OctaTron feat. Motion Man/Good Stuff/Thresh Records (Top Song Requested) 16. KES The Band/Tuesday On The Rocks/VP (Top Song Requested) 17. Pete Rock & Camp Lo/Glitter Gold/White Label (Top Song Requested) 18. Earl Sweatshirt feat RZA/Molasses/Tan Cressida & Columbia (Top Song Requested) 19. Homeboy Sandman/Musician/Stones Throw (Top Song Requested) 20. Gramtik/Star Chop/Pretty Lights Music (Top Song Requested) 21. Live Percenters/Science of the City/Hipnott (Top Song Requested) 22. Deltron 3030/Pay The Price/Bulk Recordings (Top Song Requested) 23. Vex Ruffin/Ano Bang Gusto Mo/Stones Throw (Top Song Requested) 24. Sammy Banannas/Run 2 Me (Thicke Mix)/SammyBanannas.com (Top Song Requested) 25. Youngblood Brass Band/E la e/Tru Thoughts (Top Song Requested) DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: EPMD/Let the Funk Flow/ Cece Penniston/He Loves Me 2 (Silk 12" Mix)/Silk Ent. PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
06/05/2017
about 1 hour
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** Introduction Song: J. Dilla - Motor City 6 ** free unlimited image hosting This show has some flashback audio from late 2016 in where DJ Fusion was interviewed by Super Joe Pardo, the founder of the Mid-Atlantic Podcast Conference. We talked a lot about indie media, the importance of podcasting as a medium a lot of regular folks can get into, music, the future of podcasting, the importance of podcast conference events and a lot more. For more information about the Mid-Atlantic Podcast Conference, go to: http://www.PodcastMidAtlantic.com Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
05/24/2017
about 1 hour
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** Introduction Song: Eric Lau - Lift Off ** This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk which features audio from a Moogfest 2017 panel/workshop. As per the description via the official Moogfest website, this 2017 panel/workshop headed by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson (co-founder of women/LGBT platform Discwoman) consists of a talk and open ended conversation about "How to Effectively Provide Opportunities & Space for Marginalized Voices in DJ Culture". Via the official Moogfest Website: "Since Discwoman’s inception, the organizations main concern has been platforming those with less representation in broader society, specifically women, gender nonconforming folks, and people of color." For more information about Moogfest, go to: http://www.Moogfest.com http://www.facebook.com/Moogfest http://www.twitter.com/Moogfest http://www.instagram.com/Moogfest For more information about Discwoman, go to: http://www.DiscWoman.com Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
05/24/2017
27 minutes
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** Introduction Song: Moor Mother - Deadbeat Protest ** This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk which features audio from an mini-interview we had during Moogfest 2017 with musician, MC, activist and more, Moor Mother about her background, music, Black Woman Rage, Afrofuturism, creativity and more. Moor Mother's mini-biography via the official Moogfest Website: "Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother) is a national and international touring musician and has performed at numerous festivals, colleges and universities sharing the stage with King Britt, Islam Chipsy, Claudia Rankine, and Bell Hooks and opening on tour for Screaming Females. A soundscape artist with work featured at Samek Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art Chicago, ICA Philadelphia and Everson Museum of Art, Camae is also a vocalist in punk band The Mighty Paradocs and free jazz group Irreversible Entanglements. Camae is co-founder and organizer of Rockers! Philly, a 10-year long running event series and festival focused on marginalized musicians and artists spanning multiple genres of music. As Moor Mother she released her debut album "Fetish Bones" on Don Giovanni records that was named 3rd best album of the year by The Wire Magazine, number 1 by Jazz Right Now and appeared on numerous end of the year list from Pitchfork, Noisy, Rolling Stone, and Spin Magazine. Moor Mother was named by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 artists to watch in 2016 and named Bandcamp’s 2016 artist of the year. Camae also released her first book of poetry called Fetish Bones in Winter 2016 on The AfroFuturist Affair small press. As a member of Black Quantum Futurism Collective (BQF), she has been a part of two literary works and several zines, and has been featured in exhibitions at the Schomburg Center, Rebuild Foundation Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art, and more. Camae Ayewa is a 2016 Leeway Transformation Award and Blade of Grass 2016 Fellow, has been an in artist in residency at West Philadelphia Neighborhood Time Exchange and WORM! Rotterdam residency, and will be featured with Black Quantum Futurism at Transmediale Festival in Berlin 2017. Moor Mother has appeared in the Quietus, the Fader, Vice and others. Moor Mother’s upcoming schedule includes Berhaign, Safe as Milk Festival, CTM Festival, MoogFest, and Donau Festival." ** Closing Song: Moor Mother - DIY Time Machine ** For more information about Moogfest, go to: http://www.Moogfest.com http://www.facebook.com/Moogfest http://www.twitter.com/Moogfest http://www.instagram.com/Moogfest For more information about Moor Mother, go to: http://www.MoorMother.com Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
05/24/2017
27 minutes
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** Introduction Song: Moor Mother - Deadbeat Protest ** This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk which features audio from an mini-interview we had during Moogfest 2017 with musician, MC, activist and more, Moor Mother about her background, music, Black Woman Rage, Afrofuturism, creativity and more. Moor Mother's mini-biography via the official Moogfest Website: "Camae Ayewa (Moor Mother) is a national and international touring musician and has performed at numerous festivals, colleges and universities sharing the stage with King Britt, Islam Chipsy, Claudia Rankine, and Bell Hooks and opening on tour for Screaming Females. A soundscape artist with work featured at Samek Art Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art Chicago, ICA Philadelphia and Everson Museum of Art, Camae is also a vocalist in punk band The Mighty Paradocs and free jazz group Irreversible Entanglements. Camae is co-founder and organizer of Rockers! Philly, a 10-year long running event series and festival focused on marginalized musicians and artists spanning multiple genres of music. As Moor Mother she released her debut album "Fetish Bones" on Don Giovanni records that was named 3rd best album of the year by The Wire Magazine, number 1 by Jazz Right Now and appeared on numerous end of the year list from Pitchfork, Noisy, Rolling Stone, and Spin Magazine. Moor Mother was named by Rolling Stone as one of the 10 artists to watch in 2016 and named Bandcamp’s 2016 artist of the year. Camae also released her first book of poetry called Fetish Bones in Winter 2016 on The AfroFuturist Affair small press. As a member of Black Quantum Futurism Collective (BQF), she has been a part of two literary works and several zines, and has been featured in exhibitions at the Schomburg Center, Rebuild Foundation Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art, and more. Camae Ayewa is a 2016 Leeway Transformation Award and Blade of Grass 2016 Fellow, has been an in artist in residency at West Philadelphia Neighborhood Time Exchange and WORM! Rotterdam residency, and will be featured with Black Quantum Futurism at Transmediale Festival in Berlin 2017. Moor Mother has appeared in the Quietus, the Fader, Vice and others. Moor Mother’s upcoming schedule includes Berhaign, Safe as Milk Festival, CTM Festival, MoogFest, and Donau Festival." ** Closing Song: Moor Mother - DIY Time Machine ** For more information about Moogfest, go to: http://www.Moogfest.com http://www.facebook.com/Moogfest http://www.twitter.com/Moogfest http://www.instagram.com/Moogfest For more information about Moor Mother, go to: http://www.MoorMother.com Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
05/06/2017
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** Due to finishing up some technical revisions of the FuseBox Radio Studios & outside travel, folks weren't able to record a brand new episode up as quickly as we would like with new music and talk. However, we wanted to give our listeners something to listen to with a flashback episode or 2 via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the musical goodness! - DJ Fusion ** This is a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the weeks of April 19 & 26, 2017 (originally broadcast on the week of February 1, 2012) with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul Music, news and commentary. Our extended commentary during that week touched base on the passing of Don Cornelius (the creator of the pioneering "Soul Train" TV show & more), the recent Susuan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation vs. Planned Parenthood scenario & the importance of social media + more with that news story, the tin-ear/poverty deaf recent comments from the Republican Party Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, the religious foolery of Bishop Eddie Long and some other diverse topics here and there. There were Free Press "Media Minutes" & Black Agenda Report mini-segments on this week's episode. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Weeks of April 19 & 26, 2017 [originally broadcast on the Week of February 1, 2012] Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners) by DJ Fusion 1. Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Erykah Badu/Afro Blue/Blue Note (Played Live) 2. Emcee Jermaine/Rap Casserole/Rock The Dub Records (Played Live) 3. D.P.E./Memoir/DPEMusic.bandcamp.com (Played Live) 4. Roq'y TyRaiD/Preach!/RoqyTyRaiD.com (Played Live) 5. Sonnymoon/Magician/Plug Research 6. Wiley/Scar/Big Dada 7. Erick Sermon feat. Jimi Hendrix/A Way Out/White Label 8. The Wonderful Sound of Induce/Livin' In The Future (Gigamesh RMX)/The Wonderful Sound 9. Rampage feat. R.A. The Rugged Man/Zig Zag Zig/Def Jam Digital 10. Georgia Anne Muldrow/Seeds/SomeothaShip Connect (Top Song Requested) 11. Nujabes/Dawn On The Side/Hydeout-Tribe.net (Top Song Requested) 12. DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles/We Are At War/White Label (Top Song Requested) 13, Saigon/Hungry/White Label (Top Song Requested) 14. yU/Time Machine/Mello Music Group (Top Song Requested) 15. MPA (Marvin Ambrosius)/Soulja System/Keda Mgmt. (Top Song Requested) 16. SmCity feat. Trey Dupree/Watch Me/SmCityMusic.com (Top Song Requested) 17. B.o.B. feat. Andre 3000/Play The Guitar/Grand Hustle (Top Song Requested) 18. The Roots feat. Phonte & Dice Raw/One Time/Def Jam (Top Song Requested) 19. Second Sky/The Others (Kaushik RMX)/Rhythm & Culture (Top Song Requested) 20. Buddy Holly/Slippin and Slidin (Jacques Renault RMX)/Verve Forecast (Top Song Requested) 21. Doomtree/Fresh New Trash/Doomtree (Top Song Requested) 22. Beyonce/Love On Top/Columbia (Top Song Requested) 23. Common/Gold/GOOD (Top Song Requested) 24. Live Tropical Fish feat. Omar/Rubber Soul/LTF Records (Top Song Requested) 25. Gods'illa feat. Maimouna Youssef, Bahamadia, Monie Love & MC Lyte/You Don't Have To Be A Star RMX/UAU Music (Top Song Requested) Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) 1. Break Science feat. Talib Kweli/The Alliance/Pretty Lights Music 2. Esperanza Spalding/Radio Song/Heads Up 3. Tensi/For The Love/Plug Research 4. Bill Ortiz/Winter In America/Left Angle Records 5. Salem Psalms feat. Boog Brown & Stanza/Together/White Label 6. 2 Chainz feat. T.I./Spend It (DJ Tiga Jersey Club RMX)/White Label DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: MFSB/Love Is The Message (Danny Krivit Re-Edit)/White Label Ultimate Force feat. Fat Joe/Oh S***/Strong City Records J. Dilla/Think Twice/BBE The Incredible Jimmy Smith/When Lights Are Low/Blue Note PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
04/19/2017
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** Due to technical difficulties, folks weren't able to record a brand new episode up as quickly as we would like with new music and talk. However, we wanted to give our listeners something to listen to with a flashback episode or 2 via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the musical goodness! - DJ Fusion ** This is a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of April 12, 2017 (originally broadcast for the weeks of May 6 & 13, 2015) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. This week's radio show breakdown (by minutes/hours): 0:00 - 1:19:39 Introduction & Extended Commentary 1:19:40 - 2:55:27 DJ Fusion Mix The commentary during that week (over the phone due to the Black Hawk being out of town) during the show touched base on updates regarding the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, MD and it's after effects in the area (the #BaltimoreUprising, riots and why they occur, political and mainstream media responses & actions, etc.), Chicago & the exposed history of police brutality in Holman Square, the Mayweather vs. Paciquao boxing match and how folks reacted to it that were and were not fans of the sport (or the individuals in play), “Deflategate” and the NFL, the passing of singer/songwriters Ben E. King & Errol Brown (of Hot Chocolate), jazz musician Bob James suing Madlib for sample clearance issues and some other things here and there. There is no brand new Black Agenda Report news mini-segment on this week's episode due to this week's extended commentary. Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Week of April 12, 2017 (originally broadcast for the weeks of May 6 & 13, 2015) Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast by DJ Fusion [solo music mix this week; tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. Positive K/It's All Gravy RMX/Creative Records [DJ Fusion Flashback Track] 2. Raekwon feat. Ghostface Killah & Rick Ross/Revory (Wraith)/Ice H2O & Caroline 3. Mega Ran & Storyville (Soul Veggies) feat. Esoteric, Reks & Reef the Lost Cause/Artillery/Brick Records 4. J. Sands feat. Main Flo & Dank/I Got Some Weed/B.U.K.A. Ent. 5. Royal/Across 110th St/AllTheWayRoyal.com 6. Jaga Jazzist/Oban/Ninja Tune 7. Alabama Shakes/Dunes/Rough Trade Records, ATO Records & MapleMusic Recordings 8. Annabel (lee)/Breathe Us/Ninja Tune 9. Seven Davis Jr./Wild Hearts/Ninja Tune 10. Tuxedo/Do It (Flaunt Edwards Edit)/Stones Throw 11. Empire Cast feat Jussie Smollett & Yazz/You're So Beautiful (Danger Ultra RMX)/White Label 12. Wiley/From The Outside (Special Request VIP)/Big Dada 13. Vic Mensa feat. Kanye West/U Mad/Def Jam 14. The Alchemist & Oh No feat. Phantogram/K.Y.S.A./Mass Appeal 15. Camp Lo/Bright Lights/Nature Sounds 16. Bizz The Prince feat. Inspectah Deck/Break The Walls/White Label 17. 80s Babies/3Fifths/Tall Black Guy Productions 18. The Mood Doctors/Time Refill/Pandemonium Wreckordz 19. Sly and Robbie and Spicy Chocolate feat. Ce'Cile/Let Me Love You/VP 20. Art of Ballistics/Take It On Faith/Lowatt 21. Hiatus Kaiyote/Shaolin Monk Motherfunk/Flying Buddha & Sony Top Request (Music Requested By The Listeners + Music Still Lasting in Rotation) 1. Earl Sweatshirt/Up Top/Tan Cressida & Columbia Records 2. J-Live/Mic Singletary/Moriter Music 3. Illa J/Strippers/Bastard Jazz 4. Roisin Murphy/Exploitation/Play It Again Sam 5. Banks/Change (Jensen Sportag RMX)/Harvest & Good Years
04/19/2017
less than a minute
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* Due to technical difficulties, folks weren't able to record a brand new episode up as quickly as we would like with new music and talk. However, we wanted to give our listeners something to listen to with a flashback episode or 2 via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the musical goodness! - DJ Fusion ** This is a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of April 5, 2017 (originally broadcast for the weeks of of February 25 & March 4, 2015) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. This week's radio show breakdown (by minutes/hours): 0:00 - 1:32:27 Introduction & Extended Commentary 1:32:27 - 2:15:05 DJ Fusion Mix 2:15:05 - 3:13:37 Ausar Ra Black Hawk Mix Our extended commentary during that week after being back from some illness from the past 2 weeks touched base on the crazy winter weather in the U.S., net neutrality finally passing via the FCC in the United States (for now), the FOX soap opera "Empire" becoming a huge thing in current popular culture and our feelings on how the TV series has developed & Black broadcast TV at large, the passing of actor Leonard Nimoy & basketball player Anthony Mason, actress Monique talking about being blackballed in Hollywood & issues with director Lee Daniels, various Grammys & Oscar Award controversies from this year (with Kanye West's "Artist of the Year" complaint, Beyonce singing the lead song from the movie "Selma" instead of the original artist Ledisi, Patricia Arquette's terribly misguided backstage statements, etc.) and some other things here and there. There is no new new Black Agenda Report segment on this week's show due to our extended commentary. Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly. FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Week of April 5, 2017 (originally broadcast for the weeks of February 25 & March 4, 2015) Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. Estelle/Something Good/Established 1980 Records 2. BADBADNOTGOOD & Ghostface Killah feat. DOOM/Ray Gun/Innovative Leisure 3. Fashawn feat. Dom Kennedy/Golden State of Mind/Mass Appeal 4. Justin Faust/Bird of Paradise (Original Mix)/Nurvous Records 5. John Robinson/We Are The Proflic/Feelin' Music 6. Lisa Stansfield/Picket Fence (Opolopo RMX)/Soulfood Music DJ Fusion Flashback Track Played On This Week's Radio Show: MF DOOM/I Hear Voices (Part 1)/Subverse Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. Mark Ronson feat. Keyone Starr/I Can't Lose/Columbia (Played Live) 2. Jaga Jazzist/Animal Chin/Ninja Tune (Played Live) 3. Hodgy Beats feat. Domo Genesis/New Balance/Odd Future (Played Live) 4. Sonny Cheeba of Camp Lo/Time/Drank & Dank (Played Live) 5. Tuxedo (Mayer Hawthorne & Jake One)/The Right Time/Stones Throw (Played Live) 6. The Rebirth/By Design/Walkin Talkin (Top Song Selected) 7. Wave Chappelle/New Black History/WaveChappelle.com (Top Song Selected) 8. PRhyme feat. Ab-Soul & Mac Miller/Dat Sound Good/PRhyme Records (Top Song Selected) 9. The Beatles vs. Hip-Hop Legends feat. Freddie Foxx/For The Children/White Label (Top Song Selected) 10. Jazz Spastiks & Rebels to the Grain/Tapes/JazzSpastiks.bandcamp.com (Top Song Selected) 11. CunninLyniguists feat. Yamin Semali/Slum Lordz/Dead End Hip Hop (Top Song Selected) 12. Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark feat. Diamond D & K-Natural/King/Delicious Vinyl (Top Song Selected) 13. Joey Badass/Curry Chicken/Cinematic Music Group & Pro Era (Top Song Selected) 14. Beat Spacek/Inflight Wave/Ninja Tune (Top Song Selected) 15. Mega Ran & Storyville/React/Brick Records (Top Song Selected) 16. Gerreddi feat. Nara Morris/The Light/White Label (Top Song Selected) 17. Bodega Brovas/In The Sky/October Music Group (Top Song Selected) 18. Red Baraat/Bhangra Pirates/Sinj Records (Top Song Selected) 19. Mord Fustang/Elite Beat Agent/MordFustang.com (Top Song Selected) 20. Death Grips/Runway T/DeathGrips.com (Top Song Selected) 21. DJ Rob A feat. Masta Ace/Put to Paper/Rugged Soul Records (Top Song Selected) 22. Stoneface feat. Freeway/Calico Audio/StonefaceHipHop.com (Top Song Selected) 23. Calvin Richardson/Hearsay/Jordan House (Top Song Selected) 24. Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Souls of Mischief/There Is Only Now RMX/Linear Labs (Top Song Selected) 25. Bahamadia/We Here/BahamadiaMusic.com (Top Song Selected) PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
04/05/2017
less than a minute
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* Due to technical difficulties, folks weren't able to record a brand new episode up as quickly as we would like with new music and talk. However, we wanted to give our listeners something to listen to with a flashback episode or 2 via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the musical goodness! - DJ Fusion ** Coast 2 Coast DJs Present: Return of Real Black Radio, Hip-Hop & R&B Vol. 6 Hosted & Mixed By DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com) Tracklisting [in order]: 1. Ed O.G. & Da Bulldoggs - Dedicated to the Right Wingers 2. Rakim - Put It All To Music 3. DOOM - Sniper Elite 4. DJ Vadim feat. Juice Lee & Rjay - That Lite (Astronote RMX) 5. Dynas feat. Slick Rick - Family Jewels 6. Glen Washington - Vibes 7. Tommy T - Oromo Dub (Cushtic Dub) 8. Nneka - Beautiful 9. The Very Best - Warm Heart of Africa (Jorge Elbrescht of Violens RMX) 10. Earl Greyhound - Oye Vaya 11. Fly Gypsy - 2 Step 12. FELT - G.I. Josephine 13. Julien Dyne feat. Parks - Fallin' 14. The Pharcyde - Bullshit 15. Wale feat. Bun B - Mirrors 16. B.o.B. feat. Bruno Mars - Nothin' On You Download the Mixtape with the separate songs, cover & tracklisting at http://FuseBoxRadioBroadcast.bandcamp.com Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly!
04/05/2017
about 1 hour
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* Due to technical difficulties, folks weren't able to record a brand new episode up as quickly as we would like with new music and talk. However, we wanted to give our listeners something to listen to with a flashback episode or 2 via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the sonic & talk goodness! - DJ Fusion ** Introduction Song: A Tribe Called Quest - Youthful Expression (Jive Records) This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk where DJ Fusion interviewed Monica Moorehead, the presidential candidate for the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election for the Workers World Party. Presently, with the current “interesting” presidential election cycle (to say the least) here in the United States at the moment, one is more aware than ever of the imbalance in how 3rd parties are looked at in our current political system in terms of exposure by mainstream media outlets, if they even get any attention at all. The FuseBox Radio’s 2016 Presidential Candidate Interview Sessions were avialble to assist with educating voters a bit of information about various political parties & their viewpoints beyond the Democrat/Republican binary with what they stand for straight from the source. We talked about what exactly IS a socialist from Ms. Moorehead's viewpoint and how she decided to become deeply & personally involved with politics & the Workers World Party during college at Norfolk State in the 1970s, the WWP's platform (in regards to education, health care, the legal system & more), how change needs to happen from local levels on up (in the ballot box and on the streets), the current 2 party political landscape presidential candidacy shenanigans, how folks have been responding to their campaign (especially since socialism has been slandered with misinformation via various places), the difference between Democratic Socialism and Socialism, why there is such an imbalance with 3rd party political candidates getting on the ballot in various states on multiple levels and lots more! For more information about the Workers World Party, go to: http://www.workers.org/ https://twitter.com/workersworld https://www.facebook.com/WorkersWorldParty Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast over at our official blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly!