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Buju Banton

There’s a controversy that’s been dogging Buju Banton ever since he recorded the infamous single “Boom Bye Bye” as a teenager. Now older and wiser but no less a rebel, the Grammy-nominated reggae star holds forth at his studio compound in Kingston to discuss the sins of the past and the promise of the future, and reveals a vivid glimpse of his more human side as a devoted family man.


By Wes Orshoski

Idan Raichel
One of the biggest stars in Israel today, Idan Raichel has made inroads with American audiences with his studio-savvy sound. What’s really striking, however, is Raichel’s choice to work with musicians from other cultures (even including those who sing in Arabic) to make a universal pop music that’s creative, intelligent and inspiring. Now he’s poised to release his second album in the U.S.
By J. Poet

The Pinker Tones
On the strength of their second studio album The Million Colour Revolution, which was first released in 2006, the duo toured for two years and built a strong following. It didn’t take long for their upbeat, devil-may-care delivery to catch fire in the U.S. and other countries around the world, thus setting the stage for their latest album, Wild Animals.
By Marty Lipp

Orchestra Baobab Sends A Long-Awaited Message From Home
The Senegal-based band releases it's new album Made in Dakar, which is the second album they have recorded since their comeback in 2002 after a 15 year break in their musical careers.
By Jeff Tamarkin

King Django
Since 1986, King Django (born Jeff Baker) has been an influential figure on New York City’s reggae and ska scenes, having worked with artists like Skinnerbox, The Stubborn All-Stars and Venezuelan ska phenom Don Khumalo in various capacities as a singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer.
By Matt Scheiner

Hadag Nahash
Hadag Nahash (literally “snake fish” in Hebrew, but also wordplay for “new driver”) was a lightning rod for a progressive youth movement that was coalescing around a new, more unified attitude in Isreal.
By Hillie Wurtman

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