History
Icon-add-to-playlist Icon-download Icon-drawer-up
Share this ... ×
...
By ...
Embed:
Embedded player size:
Embedded player preview:
Facebook Twitter Rss
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
Location: Washington, DC Metro Area
Followers (177)
Currently following. Unfollow
Image_nophoto Image_nophoto 25x25_7248637 Picture?width=25&height=25 Picture?width=25&height=25 25x25_10655650 Picture?width=25&height=25 25x25_2674720 Image_nophoto 25x25_10262498 25x25_9961598 Picture?width=25&height=25 25x25_10199752 Image_nophoto Image_nophoto 25x25_10406100 Picture?width=25&height=25 Picture?width=25&height=25 25x25_9682267 Picture?width=25&height=25
100x100_373479
A Brief History of DJ Fusion, the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast & BlackRadioIsBack.com: The syndicated FuseBox Radio Br...


by DJ Fusion (...
x
take it with you
Iphone5s_trans go mobile with PodOmatic's new iPhone app.
don't have an iPhone? no problem »
x
loading results... Loader
loading results... Loader
x
No results found.
June 24, 2016 02:23 AM PDT
Here's a episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the Week of June 14, 2016 [originally broadcast during the Week of April 29, 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 - 58:23 Introduction & Extended Commentary 58:23 - 2:15:55 DJ Fusion Mix 2:15:55 - 3:17:15 Ausar Ra Black Hawk Mix  photo rally.jpg The commentary during that week (solo by DJ Fusion) during the show after being back from a LOT of things touched base mainly on the death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Maryland (yet another suspicious death via law enforcement on an African-American men in the U.S.) and it's after effects in the area (the #BaltimoreUprising, riots and why they occur, political and mainstream media responses & actions to the present, it's part in the history of American protest at large, the hypocrisy about whose lives are most important to preserve depending on race & class (and position), the weirdness of the Internet with this latest situation and respectability politics, what is it going to take to make folks acknowledge that this pattern of negative behaviors needs to be resolved on an institutional level and more). There was no new new Black Agenda Report segment on this week's show due to the special commentary. FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Week of June 14, 2016 [originally broadcast during the Week of April 29, 2015] DJ Fusion Flashback Track: Boogie Down Productions/Part Time Sucker/Jive Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast by DJ Fusion) [listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. Earl Sweatshirt/Up Top/Tan Cressida & Columbia Records 2. Mega Ran & Storyville (Soul Veggies)/Artillery/Brick Records 3. J-Live/Mic Singletary/Moriter Music 4. Alabama Shakes/Don't Wanna Fight/Rough Trade Records, ATO Records & MapleMusic Recordings 5. The Alchemist & Oh No feat. Phantogram/K.Y.S.A./Mass Appeal 6. Jaga Jazzist/Oban/Ninja Tune 7. Camp Lo/Bright Lights/Nature Sounds 8. Illa J/Strippers/Bastard Jazz 9. Tuxedo/Do It (Flaunt Edwards Edit)/Stones Throw 10. Roisin Murphy/Exploitation/Play It Again Sam 11. Empire Cast feat Jussie Smollett & Yazz/You're So Beautiful (Danger Ultra RMX)/White Label 12. Vic Mensa feat. Kanye West/U Mad/Def Jam 13. The Mood Doctors/Time Refill/Pandemonium Wreckordz 14. Sly and Robbie and Spicy Chocolate feat. Ce'Cile/Let Me Love You/VP 15. 80s Babies/3Fifths/Tall Black Guy Productions 16. Bizz The Prince feat. Inspectah Deck/Break The Walls/White Label 17. Banks/Change (Jensen Sportag RMX)/Harvest & Good Years PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
June 12, 2016 05:24 PM PDT
** NOTE: This week is an explicit/not radio friendly episode on the music and commentary ends... ** This is the latest, BRAND NEW episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of June 7, 2016 with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary on everything from politics to pop culture. This week's radio show breakdown (by minutes/hours): 0:00:00 - 1:41:49 Extended Intro & Commentary 1:41:49 - 2:32:26 DJ Fusion Mix 2:32:26 - 3:37:37 Ausar Ra Black Hawk Mix  photo ali-quote-3.jpg Our commentary this week touched base on: * what we've been up to since our last full length show (our various vacations in the NYC Metro, North Carolina and Bermuda; projects we're working on, etc. with a detour in talking about our random drinking habits) * The passing of boxer, celebrity and civil rights activist Muhammad Ali and his impact on sports, using celebrity to push all sorts of issues of import, the blatant hypocrisy of America suddenly loving him for "transcending race" and his impact on us on personal and macro levels * a rundown of DJ Fusion's trip to Moogfest in Durham, NC with music acts, Afrofuturism panels, the area at large, etc. * the latest updates on the sad, steady spectacle that is the U.S. Presidential Election nomination race as of broadcast time and the need for an educated vote * the utter travesty of the Stanford rapist Brock Turner's sentencing and how society handles sexual assault issues at large * mini-movie reviews of "X-Men: Apocalypse", "Captain America: Civil War" & "Nina" and other things here and there! There is no brand new Black Agenda Report news mini-segment on this week's episode 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 - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Week of June 7, 2016 DJ Fusion Music Mix [tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. The Fugees & A Tribe Called Quest/Rumble In The Jungle (Kaytranda RMX)/White Label 2. 9th Wonder/Whitty Jam/Jamla Records 3. Shabazz Palaces/Swerve...The Reaping of All That Is Worthwhile (Noir Nowithstanding)/ShabazzPalaces.com 4. Anderson .Paak feat. Schoolboy Q/Am I Wrong/Steel Wool, OBE, Art Club & EMPIRE 5. Paul Johnson/ Get Get Down (Get Get Nerio's Dubwork Remix)/Moody 6. Tim Deluxe/JAS (Eli Escobar Remix)/Strictly Rhythm 7. Louie Vega & Caron Wheeler/A New Day (Louie Vega Original Remix)/Vega Records 8. Miles Davis & Robert Glasper feat. Phonte/Violets/Sony Music Ent. 9. ASAP Ferg feat. Chuck D & Mama Ferg/Beautiful People/A$AP Worldwide, Polo Grounds & RCA 10. Casey Veggies/Committed/CaseyVeggies.com 11. Blueprint & Aesop Rock/Ten Paces/Weightless Recordings 12. JSMN/Power/White Room 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
June 05, 2016 10:37 AM PDT
 photo moogfest-2016-2.jpg  photo 27461819285_1e835e3782_k.jpg ** Introduction Song: Jidenna - Knickers ** This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk which features audio from the Moogfest Afrofuturism panel, "Can You Remember The Future?" featuring moderator Kimberly Drew, songwriter/singer/actress Janelle Monae (Wondaland Records), Chuck Lightning (Wondaland Records), comedian/songwriter/performer Reggie Watts, producers Christian & Rich and producer Experimental Composer & Enviromental Sound Artist Hieroglyphic Being. As per the description via the official Moogfest website, this panel consists of a: "Broad discussion about Afrofuturism as a discipline and practice, its current state, and what insights it holds for what's to come in arts, culture, politics, and beyond." For more information about Moogfest, go to: http://www.Moogfest.com https://twitter.com/Moogfest https://www.instagram.com/Moogffest 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.
May 28, 2016 02:00 AM PDT
 photo StrikeTec.jpg ** Introduction Song: GZA - Shadowboxing ** This week, we have a special episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk where DJ Fusion interviewed Wes Elliott, Wearable Technology Innovator, Entrepreneur and founder of EFD Sports about the company's latest sports technology product, StrikeTec. Some of the things we talked about included Mr. Elliott's history in business and sports technology, the basically brand new niche that StrikeTec has with athletes on all levels - from casual regular folks to professionals in boxing, mixed martial arts, etc., the multi-faceted process of creating, manufacturing, testing and processing sports technology at large (from connected apps to how a product would even fit on a person comfortably), how to measure statistics that athletes to regular people actually CARE about that will assist them with fitness, getting skilled in their particular craft and/or just as fans of a sport, successfully funding your business ideas (crowdfunding, VCs, putting in your own money, etc.) and more! For more information about StrikeTec, go to: http://EFDSports.com https://twitter.com/EFDSports https://www.instagram.com/striketec 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!
May 27, 2016 06:36 PM PDT
Here's a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the weeks of May 9 & 16, 2016 (originally broadcast on the week of January 9, 2013) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. django_unchained_movie_poster_by_artoftu-d5pvahk-711x1024_zps43aeca5a photo django_unchained_movie_poster_by_artoftu-d5pvahk-711x1024_zps43aeca5a-1_zpsec47ccf4.jpg Our commentary during that week touched base on our opinion of the movie "Django Unchained" & it's controversies (contrived and otherwise), recent updates with Private Bradley Manning's court case in regards to Wikileaks, NYPD's "Stop-And-Frisk" program being declared unconstitutional by a federal judge, what went on with us during our holiday break while sliding into the New Year 2013, an insane news story of when keeping it real after a breakup goes wrong in Florida along with a lot of other things here and there. There was a Black Agenda Report news mini-segment on this week's episode. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Weeks of May 9 & 16, 2016 [originally broadcast on the week of January 9, 2013] Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners) 1. Forte Bowie feat. Stanza & J. Nolan/Star/ForteBowie.com (Played Live) 2. Big Boi feat. Sleepy Brown/The Thickets/Purple Ribbon & Def Jam (Played Live) 3. French Horn Rebellion vs. Database/Poster Girl (Justin Faust RMX)/FrenchHornRebellion.com (Played Live) 4. The Band Called FUSE feat. Silent Knight/Love & War In The City/White Label (Played Live) 5. Menagerie/The Chosen/Tru Thoughts (Played Live) 6. J. Pinder feat. Chokolate/Illuminate/Fin Records (Top Song Requested) 7. DJ Kentaro/Kikkake (Reso RMX)/Ninja Tune (Top Song Requested) 8. Masta Killa/Food/Nature Sounds (Top Song Requested) 9. Promise feat. Slakah/Somebody Else/Duck Down Records (Top Song Requested) 10. Big Shug/Blue Collar/Brick (Top Song Requested) 11. Jesse Boykins III & MeLo X feat. Ango/Better for You RMX/Ninja Tune (Top Song Requested) 12. Major Lazer/Jah No Partial/Downtown (Top Song Requested) 13. Rihanna/Diamonds (J-Vibe Reggae RMX)/White Label (Top Song Requested) 14. Mark de Clive-Lowe & the Rotterdam Jazz Orchestra/Take The Space Trane/Tru Thoughts (Top Song Requested) 15. All Good Funk Alliance/Closer to the Edge (Dads on Display RMX)/Fort Knox Recordings (Top Song Requested) 16. Chrisette Michele feat. Wale/Rich Hipster/ThisIsChrisetteMichele.com (Top Song Requested) 17. Meshell Ndegeocello feat. Toshi Reagon/House of the Rising Sun/Naive (Top Song Requested) 18. Dead Prez/Learning, Growing, Changing/ Krian Music Group, Boss Up Inc. & Sound Weapon (Top Song Requested) 19. Kendrick Lamar/Swimming Pools (Drank)/Aftermath & Interscope (Top Song Requested) 20. P.SO The Earth Tone King/Poppy Seed/EARTHTONEKING.COM (Top Song Requested) 21. DJ Nu-Mark/Troplicalifornia/Hot Plate Records (Top Song Requested) 22. InI MLD Allstars/Government/White Label (http://INIMLDAllStars.bandcamp.com) (Top Song Requested) 23. J. Cole/Miss America/Roc Nation & Columbia (Top Song Requested) 24. Ivy Chanel/For You/IvyChanel.com (Top Song Requested) 25. 100dBs & Ryan O'Neil/Wait A Minute/Hipnott Records (Top Song Requested) Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) 1. Kendrick Lamar feat. Anna Wise of Sunnymoon/Real/Aftermath & Interscope 2. P.A.P.I. (N.O.R.E.) feat. Large Professor/Built Pyramids/White Label 3. Anthony Hamilton feat. Elayna Boynton/Freedom/Universal Republic 4. DOOM/DOOMSAYER/White Label 5. Adian Coker/Angels and Demonds/Bloom In June 6. SmCity feat. Alison Carney/New Year's Revolution/SmCityMusic.com 7. MonkeyRobot/Rose Gris/Bastard Jazz 8. Adrian Younge Presents The Delphonics/Stop & Look/Wax Poetics DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: Ghostface Killah/Ghost Heard It All Before/White Label Ferry Ultra feat. Roy Ayers/Dangerous Vibes (Mousse T's Unrelased Jazz Mix)/Peppermint Jazz 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
May 16, 2016 06:52 PM PDT
Here's a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of May 2, 2016 [originally broadcast during the week of February 8, 2012] with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary. Our commentary during that week touched base on the recent unearthing of a 50-year old lost Malcolm X speech audio, our personal reviews of the big budget Tuskegee Airmen movie "Red Tails", the possible Daft Punk/Nile Rodgers upcoming album and some other diverse topics here and there.  photo TheLovingStoryPoster.png We also had a special interview related to the upcoming HBO Documentary Films premiere of "The Loving Story", with director/producer Nancy & daughter of Richard and Mildred Loving, Peggy Loving. The film covers the drama, history & the current state of interracial marriage and tolerance in the United States through the personal story of the Lovings, who back in the 1960s fought for the right to live as a married couple regardless of their racial backgrounds all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Their case struck down a lot of the anti-miscegenation laws throughout the country. For more information about "The Loving Story", go to the film's official website, http://www.LovingFilm.com. There were also Free Press "Media Minutes", Black Agenda Report and Black University Radio Network (B.U.R.N.) Direct EFX mini-segments in that week's episode. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Week of May 2, 2016 [originally broadcast on the week of February 8, 2012] Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners) 1. Tensi/For The Love/Plug Research (Played Live) 2. Bill Ortiz/Winter In America/Left Angle Records (Played Live) 3. D.P.E./Memoir/DPEMusic.bandcamp.com (Played Live) 4. Sonnymoon/Near Me/Plug Research (Played Live) 5. Emcee Jermaine/Rap Casserole/Rock The Dub Records (Played Live) 6. Esperanza Spalding/Radio Song/Heads Up (Top Song Requested) 7. Break Science feat. Talib Kweli/The Alliance/Pretty Lights Music (Top Song Requested) 8. Salem Psalms feat. Boog Brown & Stanza/Together/White Label (Top Song Requested) 9. The Wonderful Sound of Induce/Livin' In The Future (Gigamesh RMX)/The Wonderful Sound (Top Song Requested) 10. 2 Chainz feat. T.I./Spend It (DJ Tiga Jersey Club RMX)/White Label (Top Song Requested) 11. Roq'y TyRaiD/Preach!/RoqyTyRaiD.com (Top Song Requested) 12. Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Erykah Badu/Afro Blue/Blue Note (Top Song Requested) 13. Wiley/Scar/Big Dada (Top Song Requested) 14. Erick Sermon feat. Jimi Hendrix/A Way Out/White Label (Top Song Requested) 15. Rampage feat. R.A. The Rugged Man/Zig Zag Zig/Def Jam Digital (Top Song Requested) 16. Georgia Anne Muldrow/Seeds/SomeothaShip Connect (Top Song Requested) 17. Nujabes/Dawn On The Side/Hydeout-Tribe.net (Top Song Requested) 18. DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles/We Are At War/White Label (Top Song Requested) 19. Saigon/Hungry/White Label (Top Song Requested) 20. yU/Time Machine/Mello Music Group (Top Song Requested) 21. MPA (Marvin Ambrosius)/Soulja System/Keda Mgmt. (Top Song Requested) 22. SmCity feat. Trey Dupree/Watch Me/SmCityMusic.com (Top Song Requested) 23. B.o.B. feat. Andre 3000/Play The Guitar/Grand Hustle (Top Song Requested) 24. The Roots feat. Phonte & Dice Raw/One Time/Def Jam (Top Song Requested) 25. Second Sky/The Others (Kaushik RMX)/Rhythm & Culture (Top Song Requested) Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast) 1. Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Mos Def/Black Radio/Blue Note 2. Julie Dexter/Come On Home (Miggedy's Pick My Feet Up House RMX)/JulieDexter.com 3. Jean Grae/U & Me & Everyone We Know/JeanGrae.com 4. DJ Irs & Orikl a.k.a. Urbanites In Flight/Love Freedom/Iconoclast Media 5. Raheem DeVaughn feat. Snoop Dogg/Be The One/368 Music Group 6. Willie The Kid/It's Your World/White Label 7. Jazznova feat. Paul Randolph/I Human (Dub Version)/Sonar Collectiv DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks: O.C. & Buckwild/What I Represent/East West & Elektra Stanley Turrentine/Joyride/Blue Note J. Dilla/Stakes Is Higher/White Label PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
May 05, 2016 08:03 PM PDT
** NOTE: This week is an explicit/not radio friendly episode on the music and commentary ends... ** This is the latest, BRAND NEW episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for the week of April 30, 2016 with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary on everything from politics to pop culture. This week's radio show breakdown (by minutes/hours): 0:00:00 - 1:40:44 Extended Intro & Commentary 1:40:44 - 2:26:26 DJ Fusion Mix 2:26:26 - 3:39:05 Ausar Ra Black Hawk Mix  photo IMG_20160323_172514.jpg  photo Lush-Fab-Glam.com Remembering The Purple Rain Legend Purple RIP Prince 4.jpg Our commentary this week touched base on: * what we've been up to since our last full length show (our recent "Politics with Real Spit" interview series with organizations and 3rd Party Presidential candidates, starting off the 2016 Music Festival Season Press runs, etc.) * The sad, unexpected passing of musicians Phife Dawg (of classic Hip-Hop collective a A Tribe Called Quest) and singer/songwriter/instrumentalist Prince, how they've affected our appreciation of music and us as individuals, their different impacts on Black Music and more * Recent rounds of high-level f**kery with people thinking that Black Americans are their workhorses for votes, causes, etc. and not full human beings with our own minds, things WE have to worry about on a daily basis and whatnot with everyone from the Democratic Party, to singer M.I.A. and more the past few weeks (which lead to a DJ Fusion rant) * the latest updates on the sad, steady spectacle that is the U.S. Presidential Election nomination race as of late * recent news about sexual abuse accusations against Afrika Bambaataa (the founder of the Zulu Nation) & our viewpoints on what we know thus far * mini-movie reviews of "Hardcore Henry" and "Barbershop 3" and other things here and there! There is no brand new Black Agenda Report news mini-segment on this week's episode 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 - most of the shows are clean/radio friendly. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Week of April 30, 2016 DJ Fusion Extended Music Mix [tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. A Tribe Called Quest/Butter/Jive 2. Prince/Alphabet Street/Paisley Park 3. Vast Aire & Radicus/In The Zone/IGC 4. Fela Ransome Kuti and his Koola Lobitos/Egbin/Knitting Factory Records 5. Mr. Lif faet. Del the Funky Homosapien/World Renown/Mello Music Group 6. Camp Lo feat. Yazarah/Make Me Dance/SinceEighty6 7. E.U./Rock Yuh Butt/Go Go USA Records 8. Kaytranada feat. Alunageorge & Goldlink/Together/XL 9. Anderson .Paak feat. Schoolboy Q/Am I Wrong/Steel Wool, OBE, Art Club & EMPIRE 10. ASAP Ferg feat. Chuck D & Mama Ferg/Beautiful People/A$AP Worldwide, Polo Grounds & RCA 11. Count Bass D/Jo/CountBassD.com 12. Louie Vega & Zara McFarlane/Because We Love It/Vega 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
May 04, 2016 02:29 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 23, 2016 [originally broadcast during the weeks 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  photo taraji_empire_streets.gif Our extended commentary for that week's show 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 23, 2016 [originally broadcast on 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
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
loading more... Loader
 
x

take it with you


Iphone_trans Listening to podcasts on your mobile devices is extremely convenient -- and it's what makes the podcasting medium so powerful.

You can take your favorite shows and mixes with you anywhere, but to do so requires some quick and simple steps.

Let's walk you through that process together.
step 1:


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

Subscribe_with_itunes

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

(You can download iTunes here.)
step 2:
Itunes_ss

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.

Itunes_ss2

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!
done!
x

share this podcast


Email a friend about this podcast
x

subscribe to this podcast

Rss-icon RSS
Itunes-icon iTunes