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Best known for its collaboration with Shakira on the official song for the 2010 World Cup, the dynamic seven-person band Freshly Ground blends the sounds of Kwassa Kwassa—a dance rhythm from the Democ Read More »


Lero-Lero, the title of Brazilian songstress Luisa Maita’s debut solo album, means “chit chat” in English. Read More »

The Element of Freedom

With her solid fourth studio album, Keys sets another gold standard for soul. Read More »

Zee Avi

On her self-titled debut Zee Avi delivers intimate tunes suggestive of Norah Jones—romantic and light in spirit. Read More »

Zebu Nation

Zebu Nation was conceived during a six-week journey across Madagascar, in which Razia surveyed the devastation that slash and burn agriculture and climate change wrought on her homeland. Read More »

Beauties Never Die

Dreamy pop melodies and quirky style make Sissy Wish one of Norway’s most intriguing—and eccentric—musicians. Read More »

La Bodega

With La Bodega,Totó La Momposina—one of Colombia’s most well-known artists—pays tribute to the cultural legacy of her native village of Talaighua with a collision of African, Indian, and Span Read More »

Concrete Jungle

With an urgent, seductive voice that glides easily between rapping and crooning, Nneka has drawn comparisons to Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu. Read More »

Plegaria del Árbol negro

With the release of their new album, Plegaria del Árbol Negro, this entrancing Argentinian duo has sealed their destiny as a force of musical genuis. Intent on conserving the voice of Argentina’s indigenous Toba culture, Tonolec plants electronic beats in native prayers, seeding a fertile landscape of rhythms. Read More »


Soname Yangchen’s voice—and story—soars in her new album, Plateau. A singer/songwriter of contemporary Tibetan mountain songs, she uses spirited, free-flowing lyrics and sounds to reflect on her lost homeland. Read More »

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