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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
Location: Washington, DC Metro Area
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A Brief History of DJ Fusion, the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast & BlackRadioIsBack.com: The syndicated FuseBox Radio Br...


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March 12, 2017 05:00 AM PDT
** Due to feeling super under the weather this week (BOO to the flu), 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 for this week's radio show with a flashback clean/radio friendly Hip-Hop & Soul mixtape or 2 to rock with via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the sonic goodness! smiley - DJ Fusion ** Image and video hosting by TinyPic Coast 2 Coast DJs Present: Return of Real Black Radio, Hip-Hop & R&B Vol. 2 Hosted & Mixed By DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com) TrackListing: 1. 45 King feat. Lakim Shabazz - When A Wize Man Speaks 2. Georgia Ann Muldrow - Roses Pt. 2 3. The Roots - How I Got Over 4. Phil Ade - Going Off 5. DJ Hurricane feat. Public Enemy & Money Mark - Freeze The Frame 6. B.o.B. feat. Playboy Tre & Killer Mike - Say What You Want 7. General Steele feat. Buckshot - A Toast to Bucktown 8. Ashy L Bowz - Hood 9. Red Cafe feat. Pete Rock - Heart & Soul 10. MC Lyte - Rocking With the Beat 11. Rakim - Holy Are You 12. The Jacksons - That What You Get (For Being Polite) 13. Sonny Bonoho- Judge Brown 14. Nucci Reyo - Plain Ol' Jealousy 15. Nappy Roots feat. Anthony Hamilton - Down 'N Out 16. Freeway - Freeway's Beard 17. Jay Electronica - Exhibit A 18. Enoch 7th Prophet feat. Zay - Sick 'N Tired 19. Hustle Simmons feat. U City - Raise The Bar 20. Poison Pen - BK's Fat Boy 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!
March 10, 2017 04:13 PM PST
** Due to some travel this weekend for business, we both 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 for this week's radio show with a flashback clean/radio friendly Hip-Hop & Soul mixtape or 2 to rock with via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the sonic goodness! smiley - DJ Fusion ** Image and video hosting by TinyPic Coast 2 Coast DJs Present: Return of Real Black Radio, Hip-Hop & R&B Vol. 12 Hosted & Mixed By DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com) TrackListing: 1. SLY & ROBBIE FEAT. YOUNG MC - UNDER ARREST 2. D'ANGELO - SWEET STICKY THING 3. BLACK MILK - HOW DARE YOU 4. SUNZ OF MAN - ISREALI NEWS 5. BIG BOI - DADDY FAT STAX 6. DEAD PREZ FEAT. MIKE FLO - G IN ME 7. ZO! FEAT. SY SMITH - GREATEST WEAPON OF ALL TIME 8. DJ JAZZY JEFF & THE FRESH PRINCE - SUMMERTIME (DJ JAZZY JEFF'S MIX) 9. THE ROOTS FEAT. TRUNK NORTH & PEEDI PEEDI - WEB 2020 10. RHYMEFEST - BREAKDOWN 11. TERROR FABOLOUS - WOMAN SAY SO 12. DAVE I.D. - WHY WEREN'T THE MESSAGE SENT? 13. JUDAH FEAT. CHASE - SUNDRESSES AND SANDALS 14. DWELE - GIVE ME A CHANCE 15. SANDRA ST. VICTOR - COSMOS 16. SKINNY FABOLOUS FEAT. MACHEL MONTANO - DURACEL PLUS 17. HOMEBOY SANDMAN FEAT. JOHN ROBINSON & DANIEL JOSEPH - THE THINGS THEY CARRIED COAST 2 COAST BONUS TRACKS: 18. ILLA AKA ILLAJ - ATTENTION 19. JOHNNI FLOSS FEAT. SHA STIMULI - PUNISH 'EM 20. 5IVE STAR - CLUB TO THE BEDROOM 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!
March 10, 2017 04:00 PM PST
** Due to some travel up and down the East Coast this weekend for DJ events, we 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 for this week's radio show with a flashback clean/radio friendly Hip-Hop & Soul mixtape or 2 to rock with via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the sonic goodness! smiley - DJ Fusion ** Image and video hosting by TinyPic Coast 2 Coast DJs Present: Return of Real Black Radio, Hip-Hop & R&B Vol. 3 Hosted & Mixed By DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com) Tracklisting: 1. Jeru The Damaja - Invasion 2. Mos Def feat. Slick Rick - Auditorium 3. Aaliyah - More Than A Woman (R.I.P.) 4. Mary Mary feat. Ne-yo - God In Me RMX 5. Ed O.G. & Masta Ace are A&E - Little Young 6. Tone Trump feat. Rosco P. Coldchain & Milli Millionz - Freedom of Speech 7. Johnny Polygon - Dreams 8. Ledisi - Everything Changes 9. JAY ARE (John Robinson & J. Rawls) - It's JAY ARE 10. Willie The Kid - Aviation 11. Wayne Wonder - Back Biters 12. Wale - My Sweetie 13. Ghostface Killah/Charlie Brown RMX/White Label 14. Whitney Houston - Million Dollar Bill 15. Wordsworth - Everybody 16. Tone Trump - Wifey 17. Princess of Controversy/D.O.A. RMX (Death of Automute) 18. A-Alikes - Get Along 19. Black Soultan - I Remember Love 20. M.O.P. feat. Demarco - Street Life 21. DJ Rob A feat. MF Doom - She Still Got Dimples 22. Jim Snooka feat. Young Vadah - That's My Word 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!
February 18, 2017 09:21 AM PST
Image and video hosting by TinyPic This is a 3 hour mix of love songs by DJ Fusion based off of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast's Medium blog series folks did last year called #29DaysOfBlackLoveSongs (an extra song in the month, since leap year and whatnot), which is/was an audio celebration she did during the Black History Month 2016 that selected various tunes that express all sorts of Black Love — self-love, platonic love, romantic love, love for community, etc. - from all sorts of genres repping the Black Diaspora. Enjoy this - not just for Valentine's Day Week, but anytime! smiley For the original FuseBox Radio’s 29 Days of Black Love Songs on Medium with descriptions of why said songs were chosen and more, go to: https://medium.com/fusebox-radio-s-29-days-of-black-love-songs 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 February 15, 2017 Played Live On This Week's Broadcast by DJ Fusion [tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. DJ Fusion Intro 2. Stevie Wonder/Do I Do/Motown 3. Change/The Glow of Love/WB 4. Al Hudson & Partners/Spread Love/ABC Records 5. Roberta Flack/Children's Song/MCA 6. Joe Baataan/I Wish You Love Part 1 & 2/Fania 7. Peven Everett/Love Story/Makin' Moves 8. Blaze feat. Palmer Brown/Dance To My Beat/Slip 'N Slide 9. Louie Vega feat. Monique Bingham/Elevator (Going Up)/Vega Records 10. Louie Vega feat. Jocelyn Brown/You Are Everything/Vega Records 11. Nuyorican Soul feat. Jocelyn Brown/I Am The Black Gold of the Sun (4Hero Mix)/Giant Step 12. Pharoah Sanders/Rejoice/Theresa 13. Roy Ayers/You Send Me/Ploydor 14. Rose Royce/You're On My Mind/MCA 15. Roberta Flack featuring Donnie Hathaway/You Are My Heaven/Atlantic 16. Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell/You're All I Need To Get By/Motown 17. Anita Baker/Sweet Love/Elektra 18. Switch/I Call You Name/Gordy Records 19. Bobby Womack feat. Patti Labelle/Love Has Finally Come At Last/Beverly Glen Music 20. Janelle Monae feat. Esperanza Spaudling/Dorothy Dandrige Eyes/Wondaland 21. Earth, Wind & Fire/Shining Star/Columbia 22. Bootsy Collins/I'd Rather Be With You/WB 23. Slum Village/Fall In Love/GoodVibe 24. Common Sense/I Used to Love H.E.R./Relativity 25. Masta Killa/Queen/Nature Sounds 26. Kendrick Lamar feat. Anna Wise of Sunnymoon/Real/TDE 27. The Roots feat. Erykah Badu/You Got Me/MCA 28. Ghostface Killah feat. Mary J. Blige/All That I Got Is You/Epic & Razor Sharp 29. LL Cool J/I Need Love/Def Jam 30. Brand New Heavies/Stay This Way (The Club Mix)/Delicious Vinyl
February 14, 2017 05:20 AM PST
** Due to a bit of conflicting schedule situations the past 2 weeks, we weren't able to get the latest, 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 for this week's radio show with a flashback clean/radio friendly Hip-Hop & Soul mixtape or 2 to rock with via our podcast feed in the meantime...enjoy the sonic goodness! smiley - DJ Fusion ** Image and video hosting by TinyPic Coast 2 Coast DJs Present: Return of Real Black Radio, Hip-Hop & R&B Vol. 8 Hosted & Mixed By DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com) Tracklisting: 1. Afu-Ra - Whirlwind Through Cities 2. B.O.B. - The Biz 3. Grace Jones - Slave To The Rhythm (Hot Blooded Version) 4. Wale feat. Phil Ade & Raheem DeVaughn - Pretty Girls RMX 5. Jaheim feat. Jadakiss - Ain't Leaving Without You RMX 6. Nneka feat. Jay Electronica - Walking (J. Period RMX) 7. The White Stripes + Mos Def - Ms. Doorbell (Adrian Champion RMX) 8. Fela Kuti - Zombie 9. Michael Montano - Not Coming Home 10. Teddy Pendergrass - I Don't Love You Anymore (R.I.P.) 11. GZA, Masta Killa & Inspectah Deck - Steppin' 2 Me 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
January 27, 2017 05:15 PM PST
** 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 January 25, 2017 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): Introduction + Commentary: 0:00 - 1:09:22 DJ Fusion Music Mix: 1:09:22 - 2:05:33 Ausar Ra Black Hawk Music Mix: 2:05:33 - 3:08:56 Image and video hosting by TinyPic Our commentary this week touched base on our viewpoints and personal experiences on & at the various protests that have happened since the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the U.S. in D.C. & beyond, how folks can miss the point trying to find the "perfect" way to be a part of positive change & activism, the crippling mess that is White Feminism, singer Chrisette Michele's choice to sing for an inauguration event & her steadily poor excuses as to why, the Oscar nominations and some other stuff 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 January 25, 2017 Played Live On This Week's Broadcast by DJ Fusion [tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. Sam & Dave & M.O.P. - Ante Up (Daniel Basta In Your Face Transition Mix)/White Label 2. Run The Jewels/Call Ticketron/Mass Appeal 3. Geechi Suede/Sound of View/Nature Sounds 4. Emanon feat. Cashus King aka Co$$/Come One Come All/Dirty Science 5. Sean Price feat. Phonte/Let It Be Known/Duck Down 6. J-Zone & Pablo Martin are The Du-Rites/Hustle/Redefinition Records 7. Gensu Dean feat. Georgia Ann Muldrow/Floral Walking/Mello Music Group 8. Dawn Richard/Renegades/Our Dawn Entertainment 9. Osunlade/Momma's Groove/Strictly Rhythm 10. Nastee Nev faet. Tshidi/Back to Love/House Afrika 11. Ralf Gum feat. Robert Owens/Fly Free (DJ Spinna Nostalgic Future RMX)/Broken Silence 12. Kaytranda feat. River Tiber/Vivid Dreams/XL Recordings 13. denita and sene/Alone/DenitiaAndSene.com PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds
January 20, 2017 04:47 AM PST
** NOTE: This week is an explicit/not radio friendly episode on the music and commentary ends... ** This was our third most popular episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk from 2016! Enjoy the flashback goodness of music and editorial from that time!! During that week's episode of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast, 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. #ICantBreathe Rally & Protest - Washington, DC (via NBUF & #DCFerguson) 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!
January 08, 2017 11:31 AM PST
While folks are still on vacation, we have a special bonus short music mix show episode that features about an hour of old & new school tunes that's on the Lounge/Mellow Out music ends with some Deep House, Soul and more mixed by DJ Fusion for our podcast folks to groove out and get their dance on to...we'll be back to our regular extended show of tunes and commentary in the next few days to jump start 2017 right. Enjoy! smiley Image and video hosting by TinyPic 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 DJ Fusion's Mini-Lounge Music Mix Played Live On This Week's Broadcast [tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. Kungs vs. Cookin' On 3 Burners/This Girl (AZ DJ Melo Edit)/White Label 2. Flume/Never Be Like You (Sneaker Snob Extended Edit)/White Label 3. Tony Momrelle/All The Things You Are (Louie Vega RMX)/White Label 4. Vinny Villbass/Zip (Doc L Junior's Big Hug RMX)/White Label 5. Andreas Saag/This Ain't Miami (Instrumental Mix)/White Label 6. DJ J Heat/She Just Want To Dance (Chicago Club Version)/White Label 7. Alicia Keys/In Common (J Farell RMX)/White Label 8. Terry Callier/I Don't Want To See Myself (Without You) (Heller & Farley Saturday in Chicago Mix)/White Label 9. Black Coffee feat. Portia Monique/Extra Time On You/White Label
January 04, 2017 05:19 PM PST
** NOTE: This week is an explicit/not radio friendly episode on the music and commentary ends... ** This was our second most popular episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk for 2016! Enjoy the flashback goodness of music and editorial from that time!! This week's radio show breakdown (by minutes/hours): 0:00:00 - 1:46:47 Extended Intro 1:46:47 - 2:38:51 DJ Fusion Mix 2:38:41 - 3:49:30 Ausar Ra Black Hawk Mix Image and video hosting by TinyPic Our commentary during that week (the week of Feb. 3, 2016) had some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary that touched base on: • All of the shenanigans of Super Bowl 50 (the game itself, the halftime show with Coldplay, Bruno Mars & Beyonce showing the power of Black Music once again, the crazy racial vibes pre-game & during the event via the media, etc.) • The passing of songwriter, music artist & singer Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire • The upcoming Nile Rodgers & Duran Duran tour • Rihanna's new album dropping via TIDAL and the new (kinda, sorta) standards for RIAA platinum and gold certification with streaming services • Actor Don Cheadle's upcoming Miles Davis movie "Miles Ahead" • DJ Big Kap passing • Beyonce dropping her new song and video this weekend with "Formation" song, the Internet’s extreme responses to it and how far can a pop artist go with pushing their own definition of Blackness (whether for activist or superficial reasons) • Various jackassed rap beefs over the past 2 weeks (B.o.B. vs. Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Wiz Khalifa vs. Kanye West) • Kanye West being the embodiment of the bitter ex EVERYONE despises when you’re just moved and are living your life • DJ Kool Herc's old NYC block in the Bronx being now being officially called Hip-Hop Blvd. • Black Folks winning with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards • The UN talking about the need for reparations from slavery for Black Americans • Flint Water Crisis updates and new stories about issues of harmful amounts of lead being in the water all over the U.S. • Black Lives Matter’s DeRay Mckesson running for mayor of Balitmore and what that means • The African wife who crashed her fake funeral after her husband tried to kill her • And some other stuff here and there… There was 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 - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly. FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Week of January 4, 2017 [originally broadcast on the week of February 3, 2016] DJ Fusion Extended Music Mix [tunes listed by artist/song title/label(s) in order] 1. Kenny Dope/Yeah/Freeze Records 2. Camp Lo/Son Of A.../Soul Fever 3. Anderson .Paak/Hear Don't Stand A Chance/Steel Wool, OBE, Art Club & EMPIRE 4. Saul Williams/Think Like They Book Say/Fader Label 5. Asher Roth, Nottz & Travis Barker/Goin Down/White Label 6. Big Narstie feat. Kwan Villain & Typah Jammz/Oh My Goodness/Dice Recordings 7. Beneficence/Vibrate The Streets/ Ill Adrenaline Records 8. Kooley High feat. Add-2/Where I'm Going/M.E.C.C.A. Records 9. Audio Push/Picture Me/AudioPush.com 10. Adrian Younge/La Ballade/Linear Labs 11. MURS & 9th Wonder/Wait...Back It Up/Strange Music 12. Lord Raja/Ride Out/Ghostly Int'l & Adult Swim 13. OG Maco/I Am Legend/ TheLordOfRage.com 14. Esperanza Spaulding/Good Lava/Concord 15. Maria Muldaur/Midnight At the Oasis (Cuica RMX)/WB 16. DJ Pepsi feat Monique Bingham/Pride/MoNyuku Music PLUS the Ausar Ra Black Hawk Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics, New School Tunes and Independent Music Finds and more!
January 04, 2017 04:53 PM PST
Image and video hosting by TinyPic Introduction Song: A Tribe Called Quest - Youthful Expression (Jive Records) During this vacation week, folks decided to post up a few of our most popular shows of 2016 from the FuseBox Radio Broadcast. Our most downloaded & streamed episodes was our special broadcast 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. Our “interesting” presidential election cycle (to say the least) here in the United States during the past year had people look at the balance 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 on ANY level - local, state, national, etc.. The FuseBox Radio’s 2016 Presidential Candidate Interview Sessions were put out there 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. During our in depth interview, 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!
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