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FuseBox Radio Broadcast w/ DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk
Bringing the Balance Back to Black Radio with some of the best, diverse music mixes of indie & mainstream Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Funk, Reggae, House, Rock & More Along with commentary, news & interviews from all over the world!
Category: Hip-Hop & Rap
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April 26, 2016 12:03 PM PDT
 photo 941022_775056415939378_4574919467446311642_n.jpg  photo 10320563_803928083052211_9075506932695599207_n.jpg 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 Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry, the presidential candidate for the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election for the Green Party USA. 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 are here to assist with educating voters a bit of information about various political parties beyond the Democrat/Republican binary with what they stand for straight from the source. We talked about how Ms. Moyowasifza-Curry's decided to become deeply & personally involved with politics & the Green Party via various family and life experiences, what exactly IS a socialist from her perspective and why capitalism is a set up for failure, her political platform via the Green Party USA (in regards to education, the environment, health care, the legal system, the economy via the Green Economy Path & more), how change needs to happen not just via the ballot box and on the streets but within the Green Party USA itself, how folks have been responding to her political works & campaign (especially since 3rd political parties & socialism has been slandered with misinformation via various places along with the Green Party not necessarily until recent years being seen as more inclusive of other populations), the difference between Democratic Socialism and Socialism, the need for independent parties to work together with each other to make need changes with our electoral system, the issues that still exist even with "progressive" groups in the realms of race, sex & class and lots more! For more information about the Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry for President campaign, go to: https://twitter.com/skcmcurry https://www.facebook.com/skcmcurryforpresident For more information about the Green Party USA, go to: http://www.gp.org/ https://twitter.com/greenpartyus https://www.facebook.com/GreenPartyUS 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!
April 24, 2016 05:21 PM PDT
 photo cynthiamckinney3_1.jpg Here's a bonus content flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of April 16, 2016 [originally broadcast during the week of October 1, 2008] with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. The FuseBox Radio Broadcast had the honor to do an interview with the Green Party's Candidate for the U.S. Presidency, former Democratic Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney during that week (http://www.twitter.com/CynthiaMcKinney) [the interview starts at approximate 39:55 minute mark of the show]. Some of the things covered thiat interview included the importance of the right and power in both registering AND voting, her party's platform and issues, the ups and downs of this current U.S. Presidential Election in regards to media coverage and so forth, long term corruption in the U.S. government, and more! 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! FuseBox Radio Playlist & Charts for Week of April 16, 2016 [originally broadcast during the week of October 1, 2008] Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners - short due to interview this week) 1. Killer Mike/The Devil Is A Life/Grind Time Official (Played Live) 2. B.O.B./I'll Be In The Sky/Atlantic (http://www.myspace.com/bobatl) (Played Live) 3. The Returners feat. El Da Sensei, Dan Johns, Skyzoo, Don Cerino, King Magnetic, King Magnetic & CP/Do You RMX/Asfalt Rec (http://www.myspace.com/returnerspurehiphop) (Played Live) 4. Choclair/The Essence/Never So Deep Records (Played Live) 5. Murs feat. Snoop Dogg & Latoya Williams/The Time Is Now/WB (Played Live) 6. Sadat X/This Is Your Life/MySpace.com White Label (http://www.myspace.com/sadatx) (Played Live) 7. G-Dep feat. Keith Murray/Transmitter/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/thereturnofgdep) (Played Live) 8. Mr. Lif feat. Akrobatik/Presidential Report Vol. 2/Bloodbot Tactical Enterprises (Played Live) 9. Young Jeezy/Circulate/CTE & Def Jam (Played Live) 10. Diggz/Berry White/MySpace.com White Label (http://www.myspace.com/diggzdc) (Played Live) 11. DJ Babu feat. M.O.P./Dearly Departed (inst.)/Nature Sounds (Played Live) 12. Jake One feat. MF Doom/Trap Door (inst.)/White Van Music (Played Live) 13. DJ L feat. Junior Reid, Sheek Louch, Cassidy & Joell Ortiz/Take It To The Top (inst.)/white label (http://www.myspace.com/djlmasterkey) (Played Live) 14. Ruste Juxx feat. Blaze/Wipe Off Ya Smile (inst.)/Duckdown (Played Live) 15. Mistah Fab/2 mph (inst.)/white label (Played Live) 16. Outerspace/What The Future Holds (inst.)/Babygrande (Played Live) 17. Aghi Spirits/Rock Dat Shit (inst.)/Breakthru Productions & Koch (Played Live) 18. Diamond D/D.I.A.M.O.N.D. (inst.)/Babygrande (Played Live) 19. Amon/It's Yours (inst.)/Nu Truth Ent. (Played Live) 20. J-Khrist feat. Kountree/Money (inst.)/White Label (Played Live) 21. Statik Selektah feat. Consequence/Mr. Popularity (inst.)/Showoff & Brick (Played Live) 22. Madlib feat. Stacey Epps/The Way I Live/BBE (Top Song Requested) 23. DJ Cam Presents InLove/The Look of Love/Inflamable Records (Top Song Requested) 24. Kaneri Diamond/I Hate Myself/Slip-N-Slide (Top Song Requested) 25. Raphael Saadiq feat. Stevie Wonder and CJ Hilton/Never Give You Up/Sony (Top Song Requested) 26. Freeway/Change/white label(http://www.myspace.com/freeway) (Top Song Requested) 27. Solange/Ode to Marvin/Columbia (Top Song Requested) 28. DKLA/Where Your At/Zeal Ent. (Top Song Requested) 29. Smiley The Ghetto Child/After All/AMob Ent. (Top Song Requested) 30. D-Block feat. Sheek Louch, Styles P & Jadakiss/It's Like That/D-Block & Koch (Top Song Requested) Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast): 1. Herbie Hancock/Wiggle Waggle (Mr. Scruff RMX)/Verve 2. Q-Tip feat. D'Angelo/I Believe/Universal Motown 3. Kid Sister feat. David Banner/Family Reunion/White Label 4. Hell Razah/Indian Giver/Hell-RazahOnline.com 5. Mulatto Patriot feat. Czar Absolute & Maggie Vagle/Cadillac Vinyl/Mulatto Patriot Productions 6. John Legend feat. Estelle/No Other Love/GOOD Music & Columbia 7. Jim Jones & Ron Brownz feat. Juelz Santana/Pop Champagne RMX (inst.)/Byrd Gang, Koch, Columbia & Sony Urban 8. I-20 feat. Ludacris & Rocko/Really Like Her (inst.)/DTP & Koch Flashback Joints On Blast On The Air This Week (Put Together By Jon Judah & DJ Fusion of The FuseBox Radio, some joints we haven't played in a while on the show - weeks, months, years - or just wanted to reminisce on): DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: Gang Starr/Jazz Thing (Video Mix)/Noo Trybe, Empire Records & Virgin PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
April 14, 2016 05:54 PM PDT
 photo DA general 5.jpg 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 Rachel Rye Butler, one of the main organizers of the Democracy Awakening events happening in Washington, DC and nationwide during the weekend of April 16 - 18, 2016. Some of the things we talked about included how Ms. Butler personally inspired to get into activism, why Democracy Awakening is needed, how the event came to be with getting organized, the upcoming events that will be happening in various areas throughout the weekend of action (demonstrations, teach-ins, direct action trainings, the Rally for Democracy, meeting with elected officials in Congress, etc.), Democracy Awakening's list of demands, various ways in person & otherwise one can be a part of Democracy Awakening and lots more! 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, much less various protest movements of all kinds (grassroots and more that aren't anointed by various powers that be) and more get in terms of exposure by mainstream media outlets, if they even get any attention at all. The FuseBox Radio’s "Real Spit With Politics" interview sessions for 2016 and beyond are here to assist with educating our listeners with some information straight from the source about what various individuals, organizations and movements stand for so that folks can make up their own minds on various political issues of concern. For more information about the Democracy Awakening, go to: http://www.DemocracyAwakening.org https://twitter.com/DemAwakening https://www.facebook.com/Democracy-Awakening-957368101008769/ 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!
April 07, 2016 07:28 AM PDT
Here's a bonus content flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of April 2, 2016 (originally broadcast on the week of April 2, 2014) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary.  photo 140403085240-01-frankie-knuckles-0403-horizontal-gallery.jpg Our commentary during that week's show focused on the passing & importance of DJ & producer Frankie Knuckles aka "Godfather of House", the latest shooting tragedy at Fort Hood, the small amount of self-identified Black Bookstores currently in the U.S., some decent wins in the fight against corporate media consolidation via the FCC, a foolish writer at the Washington Post being mad at Black academic excellence getting mainstream media attention for some reason, a ridiculous politician fighting for the right to have "chicken boxing" and some other things here & there. There is a Black Agenda Report news mini-segment on this week's episode. 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 2, 2016 (originally broadcast on the week of April 2, 2014) [in order with special Frankie Knuckles tribute mini-mix by DJ Fusion] 1. Pete Rock feat. Inspectah Deck & Kurupt/Tru Master/Loud 2. Hasan Salaam/Miss America/HasanSalaamMusic.com 3. De La Soul x J. Dilla/No More No Less/WeAreDeLaSoul.com 4. Jazz Spastiks feat. Count Bass D/Delicious RMX/JazzSpastiks.bandcamp.com 5. Will EQ/Can I Borrow Your Lighter/WillEQ.com 6. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib/Harolds/Madlib Invazion 7. Mo Kolours/Mike Black/One Handed Music 8. Frankie Knuckles/Your Love/Trax 9. Frankie Knuckles/Baby Wants To Ride/Virgin 10. Luther Vandross/Power Of Love - Love Power (The Frankie Knuckles Radio Edit)/Sony 11. Frankie Knuckles feat Satoshi Tomiie/Tears (Classic Vocal)/FFRR 12. Frankie Knuckles/The Whistle Song/Virgin 13. Kelis/Rumble (Breach Extended Mix)/Ninja Tune 14. Janelle Monae/What Is Love/20th Century Fox PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
March 29, 2016 06:25 PM PDT
 photo 8252_1711882742417297_3306972458577678335_n.jpg 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 are here to assist with educating voters a bit of information about various political parties 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 Moorehead/Lilly '16 campaign, go to: http://www.workers.org/wwp/ https://twitter.com/wwp2016 https://www.facebook.com/mooreheadlilly2016 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!
March 23, 2016 10:54 AM PDT
Here's a bonus content flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of March 19, 2016 (originally broadcast on the week of October 15, 2014) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary.  photo the-new-black-684x1000.jpg Our ultra extended commentary for during that week's show (since we haven't been able to be in the mix for such a long time) focused on a lot of past & upcoming FuseBox Radio Broadcast events, the latest updates in Ferguson, MO + U.S. race issues at large (including the streak of Black celebrities calling themselves variations of "New Black", "colorless" and whatnot as of late), the streak of professional athlete crazy acts & foolishness (via Ray Rice, Floyd Mayweather and more), a bunch of cool pop culture entertainment we've been digging lately, morons rolling into court on drug charges with drugs and some other things here & there. There was a Black Agenda Report segment on this week's show. 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 March 19, 2016 [originally broadcast on the week of October 15, 2014] DJ Fusion Mini-Mix Playlist (in order): The Pharcyde feat. Mark 1 & Funky Fresh Crew/Runnin' (Rae & Christian Mix)/Delicious Vinyl NehruvianDOOM (Bishop Nehru & DOOM)/Mean The Most/Lex Records Busdriver/Eat Rich/Big Dada Joell Ortiz/House Slippers/Penalty Ent. Run The Jewels/Blockbuster Night Part 1/Mass Appeal SBTRKT/Spaced Out/Young Turks Wax Tailor/Que Sera (Phonovisions Symphonic Version)/Le Paln Georgia Ann Muldrow/World On Wheels/SomeOthaShip Connect Blaze/Shine (Shelter Early Morning Mix & Shelter Club Mix)/King Street Records PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
March 17, 2016 07:18 PM PDT
 photo 12465956_800049260107340_6420412648444521887_o.jpg 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 Emidio "Mimi" Soltysik & Angela Nicole Walker, the presidential and vice-presidential candidates for the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election for the Socialist Party USA. 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 are here to assist with educating voters a bit of information about various political parties beyond the Democrat/Republican binary with what they stand for straight from the source. We talked about what exactly IS a socialist, how Emidio & Angela decided to become deeply & personally involved with politics & the Socialist Party USA, their 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 politics of division & the urgent need to change that ASAP, naturally being “intersectional as f**k”, how folks have been responding to their campaign (especially since socialism has been slandered with misinformation via various places) and lots more! For more information about the Soltysik/Walker campaign, go to: http://www.Rev16.us https://twitter.com/SocialistRev16 https://www.facebook.com/Rev2016 For more information about the Socialist Party USA, go to: http://socialistparty-usa.net/ https://twitter.com/SPofUSA https://www.facebook.com/SPUSofA 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!
March 17, 2016 03:10 AM PDT
 photo hiphop4flint.jpg This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk where DJ Fusion interviewed YoNasDa Lonewolf (aka Queen YoNasDa), organizer for the upcoming national & international “Hip-Hop 4 Flint” community-based fundraising events & concerts throughout the month of March and April 2015. Information via the official Hip-Hop 4 Flint Press Release: “On Saturday, March 19, 2016, 52 cities around the world will participate in a global fundraising initiative in solidarity and support for the people of Flint, Michigan. The effort will bring together the hip-hop community in partnership with a non-profit, Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church. Hip-Hop 4 Flint will gather local, national, and international hip-hop artists, journalists, activists, educators and supporters to raise funds to purchase water filters for homes in Flint, MI. This event is being led by YoNasDa Lonewolf, emcee, published writer, and activist who focuses her work on human rights, indigenous rights, and social justice. YoNasDa was the creator of Hip-Hop 4 Haiti and an executive committee member of Justice or Else!, the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March, led by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. In 2014, while the city was under the control of a state appointment emergency manager, the city switched its water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River. The city saw a sharp increase in lead levels that were well above the EPA’s standards of safety, exposing the city’s 9,000 children to water that was classified as toxic waste. This city deemed the water unfit for consumption and declared a citywide state of emergency. To help address the situation, the Hip-Hop 4 Flint coalition will host a global fundraising event on March 19, 2016, to raise funds to purchase home water filtration systems for residents that will filter both lead and bacteria throughout the entire home, making the water safe for both consumption and washing. Each city will gather their leaders and youth in the hip-hop community to host an event to collect monetary donations to purchase water filters. All donations will go towards the purchase of filters which will be delivered personally, home by home, to the residents of Flint by the Hip-Hop 4 Flint delegation. Hip-Hop 4 Flint will bring together notable hip-hop artists such as Mysonne,Nappy Roots, GLC of G.O.O.D. Music, Rahzel the Beatboxer, Kaleena from Love & Hip-Hop, Jon Connor of Aftermath, Hakim Green from Channel Live, Du “Doitall” Kelly of the Legendary Lords of the Underground, and local artists from each city to join hearts and hands in support of the people of Flint. Events will take place simultaneously in Flint, Detroit, and Grand Rapids, MI, New York City (taking place on March 22nd) and Long Island, NY, Chicago, Bloomington and Peoria, IL, Philadelphia, Newark, NJ (taking place on April 2nd), Baltimore, Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and West Palm Beach, FL, Dakar, Senegal, Toronto and Montreal, Canada, Boston, New Bedford, and Springfield, MA, Charlotte, Winston-Salem and Durham, NC, Providence, Bisbee and Phoenix, AZ, Washington, D.C., Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, TX, Oklahoma City, New Orleans, St. Louis and Kansas City, MO, Little Rock, Los Angeles and San Diego, CA, Cincinnati and Columbus, OH, Hampton and Richmond, VA, Greenville, SC, Memphis and Nashville, TN, Denver, Bridgeport, CT, Montgomery, AL, Portland, OR, and Hawaii and will be streamed online via UStream and broadcast through media partnerallhiphop.com and Stagehound TV. We are also partnering with human rights activist organizations Justice League NYC and Unite or Die. Justice League NYC says, “We are proud to partner with YoNasDa and other organizers across the country for Hip-Hop 4 Flint. We have been working very closely with the people of Flint and understand the urgency of the disaster. An collaboration like Hip-Hop 4 Flint will get much-needed supplies to families who are in dire need.” To help the cause, we have partnered with emcees OCKZ, SKYZOO, and QUADIR LATEEF who will donate 20% of the proceeds from the "Rise Up" iTunes single to #HIPHOP4FLINT - the single sells for $.99 on iTunes. "RISE UP" is also an emcee's lament on the State of America and recent atrocities like the #FlintWaterCrisis. The strength that Hip-Hop encompasses around the world will bring together the community like no other, because Hip-Hop is UNIVERSAL!” For more information about Hip-Hop 4 Flint, go to the official website: http://www.HipHop4Flint.com http://www.twitter.com/HipHop4Flint For more information about Queen YoNasDa and her various works of art, music, activism, etc., go to: https://www.facebook.com/queenyonasda/ To make monetary and water filter donations, please direct towards: Prince of Peace Church 1417 Stevenson St. Flint, MI. 48504 Attention: HipHop4Flint Make checks payable to: Prince of Peace Church/HipHop4Flint 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!
March 13, 2016 11:14 AM PDT
 photo 581867_493433167495547_3621090308253492207_n.jpg This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk where DJ Fusion interviewed St. Louis, MO based journalist, music technologist and more, B-Gyrl of HandsUpDontShoot.com, STLHipHop.com, "The Final Call" and more with some in-depth talk about the state of Black America (and really, America at large) post-Ferguson and the murder of Michael Brown by law enforcement almost 2 years later. We talked about on the beginnings of the grassroots movements that had Michael Brown's death come to national & international attention in the 1st place, the unfortunate rise and/or usage of Civil Rights Hustlers by mainstream America to engage in revisionist history of the grassroots movements that got Ferguson on a national level in the first place and who seemingly benefit from Black Pain almost immediately afterwards, the lack of constructive critique within our own community with various leaders/"leaders" of Black movements (especially when it came in regards to monetary donations & where they would end up going to that where supposed assist various local areas & issues) and some ideas of how overall we can hopefully make things better in this country in regards to dealing with issues of race, class and more overall. We also talked about some other things, including with the current political climate on local & national levels (especially with the twisted sideshow that is the current U.S. presidential nomination cycle from ALL parties, from Donald Trump's rise in the G.O.P. to the Democratic Party acting like the Black American Vote is supposed to be guaranteed & not fought for), Kanye West, some random music industry related advice and more! For more information and B-Gyrl and her various media outlets, actions and more, go to: http://www.HandsUpDontShoot.com http://www.STLHipHop.com http://facebook.com/bgyrlforlife 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!
March 10, 2016 08:54 AM PST
This is the latest episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of March 5, 2016 [a flashback episode originally broadcast for the weeks of April 23 & 30, 2014] with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary.  photo robbaseanddjezrock.jpg Our commentary during that week's show focused on the passing & musical importance of DJs/producers DJ Rashad & DJ E-Z Rock, the FCC trying to screw around with Net Neutrality once again, a ton of "post-racial America is a lie (and for a lot of folks, cowardice is the truth)" news (including the latest Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action in Michigan, recent race shenanigans with NBA team owner Donald Sterling of the L.A. Clippers, the Ku Klux Klan trying to re-brand itself and more) along with some other things here & 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 Week of March 5, 2016 [originally broadcast for the weeks of of April 23 & 30, 2014] Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) [listed by artist/song title/label(s)] 1. Goldlink/Bedtime Story/SquaaashClub.com 2. E-MC/Charly Murphie/Penalty Ent. 3. SZA/Sweet November/TDE 4. Kelela/Bank Head/KelelaMusic.tumblr.com 5. Mr. Scruff/Deliverance/Ninja Tune 6. Pharoahe Monch feat. The Stepkids/Eht Dnarg Noisulli/W.A.R. Media & Duck Down Music 7. Karol Conka/Olhe-Se (Part Tuti)/Mr. Bongo 8. SciFi Stu feat. yU, Boog Brown, Hus Kingpin & Chinch 33/Thru Life/HipNott Records 9. Hakim Green/Say Dat!/24 Hours of Peace Inc. & Anti Industry 10. Apollo Brown/The Answer/Mello Music Group 11. The Roots/When The People Cheer/Def Jam 12. Atmosphere/Southsiders RMX/Rhymesayers 13. BADBADNOTGOOD/Can't Leave The Night/Innovative Leisure 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. Kelis/Rumble (Breach Extended RMX)/Ninja Tune (Played Live) 2. Jazz Spastiks feat. Apani B. Fly/Move/JazzSpastiks.bandcamp.com (Played Live) 3. MeccaGodzilla/Isa Amber/MeccaGodZilla.com (Played Live) 4. The Band Called FUSE/Soul Rock Anthem (inst.)/White Label (Played Live) 5. Neneh Cherry/Everything/Smalltown Supersound (Top Song Selected) 6. Mo Kolours/Mike Black/One Handed Music (Top Song Selected) 7. Freddie Gibbs & Madlib/Harolds/Madlib Invazion (Top Song Selected) 8. Brothers In Arms (J. Boogie & Deejay Theory)/Jamacian Gyal/BrotherInArmsMusic.com (Top Song Selected) 9. Big K.R.I.T. feat. Big SANT & Smoke DZA/Steps/BigKRIT.com (Top Song Selected) 10. Chuck Inglish feat. Action Bronson/Game Time/OldInglish.tumblr.com (Top Song Selected) 11. Kelis/Jerk Ribs/Ninja Tune (Top Song Selected) 12. Schoolboy Q/Hoover Street/TDE & Interscope (Top Song Selected) 13. Company Freak/Andre Leon Talley (Go Go Bizkitt! RMX)/Superlatude (Top Song Selected) 14. Barrington Levy/Rose/White Label (Top Song Selected) 15. Stahhr feat. John Robinson & Ekundayo/On My Gonzalez/Stahhr.com (Top Song Selected) 16. Prince Fatty vs. Mungos feat. Sugar Minott/Scrub A Dub Style (Prince Fatty Mix)/Mr. Bongo (Top Song Selected) 17. Cult Favorite feat. Billy Woods/Omega3 (Blockhead Version)/CultFavorite.bandcamp.com (Top Song Selected) 18. A-Plus/What Are We Striving For/Heiro Imperium (Top Song Selected) 19. Illmind/Double Cross Me/Illmind.biz (Top Song Selected) 20. Phife Dawg of ATCQ/Dear Dilla/Rasta Root Records (Top Song Selected) 21. Lakim/Bethanal Geen Bounce/Soulection (Top Song Selected) 22. Tag Alexander feat. Guilty Simpson/Raw Dirty Filth/L.A.B.L. (Top Song Selected) 23. Grand Agent & Tribeca/Invisible/Soulspazm Records (Top Song Selected) 24. Kenna/Love Is Still Alive/Dim Mak (Top Song Selected) 25. Prince Po & Oh No/Toxic/Wandering Worx & Greenstreets (Top Song Selected) DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: Original Flavor feat. Jay-Z/Can I Get Open/Atlantic DJ Rashad feat. Spinn/Show U How/Teklife PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
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step 1:


Click the "Subscribe With iTunes" link in the page's sidebar:

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This will require that you have the iTunes software on your computer.

(You can download iTunes here.)
step 2:
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Now that you've subscribed to the podcast on iTunes, the feed will display in your "Podcasts" section on the left navigation bar.

Click there and you'll see the show displayed in the iTunes browser.

You can "get all" to download all available episodes or just individual episodes.
step 3:


Plug your mobile device (iPhone, iPad, iPod) into your computer with the Dock Connector cable, and click the device in iTunes's left navigation bar.

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Once you have your device highlighted, click "Podcasts" in the top navigation bar and sync the podcasts you want on your device. Click "apply" and the episodes you have downloaded on your iTunes software will sync with your device.
that's it!

The beauty of this process is that now, every new episode of your subscribed podcasts will automatically sync to your device every time you plug it in and open iTunes. You can now take your favorite shows with you everywhere you go.

Enjoy!
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