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RED BARAAT RETURN WITH GAADI OF TRUTH
Hear the title track from the band's explosive new album

COUNTDOWN TO THE GRAMMYS
Watch the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards Feb. 8 at 8 pm EST on CBS.

SKIP&DIE UNVEIL NEW SINGLE ‘COSMIC SERPENTS’
The pan-tropical future bass band return with much awaited 2nd album

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Computer is the new single from his album Dawn Of The Dread
     
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Who Will Win the World Music Grammy Award?
Anticipation builds for who will win for Best World Music Album as the countdown to the Grammys continues. To refresh your memory, the nominees for the major award are Toumani Diabaté & Sidiki Diabaté for “Toumani & Sidiki,” Angélique Kidjo for “Eve,” Wu Man, Luis Conte & Daniel Ho for “Our World In Song,” Sergio Mendes for “Magic” and Anoushka Shankar for “Traces Of You.” The 2015 Grammy Awards will be held Sunday, February 8th, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
1/27/15
  Red Baraat Return with New Album, ‘Gaadi of Truth
Brooklyn-based bhangra band Red Baraat return with “Gaadi of Truth,” the follow-up to 2013's critically-acclaimed album “Shruggy Ji.” The new record fuses North Indian bhangra rhythms, brass funk, D.C. go-go beats and hip-hop, with elements of South Asian qawwali and South American cumbia. Led by dhol player Sunny Jain, the eight-piece drum and brass ensemble have announced a string of North American shows in February and March. Red Baraat will host their fourth annual Festival of Colors to celebrate Holi, which has now expanded to four cities: New York, Washington DC, Philadelphia and Boston.
1/19/15
     

 

     
Dom La Nena Premieres Video for New Single
Brazilian singer and cellist Dom La Nena has premiered a video for her new single “Llegaré.” The video footage was filmed by her husband, who just goes by Jeremiah, while on tour with La Nena in North America. The track is taken from La Nena’s upcoming second album “Soyo,” due for release March 3rd on Six Degrees Records. Hear it before you can buy it on NewWorldBuzz. WATCH
1/16/15
  Daby Touré Set to Release New Album
Mauritanian-Senegalese singer, songwriter and guitarist Daby Touré returns in May 2015 with a phenomenal new album on Cumbancha and a renewed creative energy. Touré has shared the stage and studio with Peter Gabriel, Souad Massi, Enzo Avitabile, Skip McDonald and The Touré-Raichel Collective. Whether he appears solo or with his full band, Daby Touré never fails to astound audiences with his ethereal voice, masterful guitar work and catchy original songs.
1/14/15
     

 

     
Skip&Die Unveil New Single ‘Cosmic Serpents’
After setting stages on fire around the planet during their successful two-year Riots In The Jungle tour, pan-tropical future bass band Skip&Die are back with an exhilarating new album, entitled “Cosmic Serpents.” Set for release March 2015, the new album was written and recorded in Brazil, Egypt, Argentina, Colombia, La Reunion island, South Africa, Portugal and the Netherlands. South African songwriter, vocalist and visual artist Cata.Pirata and her band are joined on “Cosmic Serpents” by a handful of exciting guests from around the globe. The first single and video is the title track, “Cosmic Serpents,” now trending on NewWorldBuzz. WATCH
1/11/15
  Kassé Mady Diabaté Returns with New Album
West African singer Kassé Mady Diabaté returns with his new album “Kiriké” January 6, 2015 on Six Degrees Records. “Kiriké,” a collaboration with Malian kora maestro Ballaké Sissoko and French cellist Vincent Segal, represents a traditional acoustic music trend that has been emerging in Bamako. Kassé Mady Diabaté is revered worldwide as one of the great griots of his generation and “the greatest singer in Mali,” as described by fellow countryman Salif Keita. Listen to the album’s lead track “Simbo” on NewWorldBuzz.
12/30/14
     
     
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