Habib Gueye is a Senegalese and Malian artist with multiple influences who sings reggae and slam in languages such as: Bambara (Mali), wolof (Senegal), French, and English. He released a self produced mixtape called, Eklectik Street Tape, following the end of a collaboration with his first crew, GHETTOIK. With this crew he had the honor of being the opening act for artists such as Tiken Jah Fakoly and was able to share the stage with Amadou and Mariam, Neneh Cherry, and Manu Chao. He is currently gearing up to release his new album, African Dream, which he co-produced along with French producer Manjul.
Mark Johnson Joins the United Nation’s “What’s Next” Conversation
What are the impacts and challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic on people of African descent and their communities? On Thursday 23 July, UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Natalia Kanem was joined by government and civil society leaders and other experts to discuss this question in the latest Nairobi Commitments/ICPD25: What’s Next? Global Thought Leadership Conversation. Participants reflected […]
For all of our musician friends and family, below is a list of organizations that are offering help to musicians in need during this challenging time. Also, check out Billboard’s list of resources (state-by-state – U.S.) MusiCares Sweet Relief Haven Foundation Foundation for Contemporary Arts Equal Sound (per gig per band member) Arts & Avenues Denver (only […]