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.
Luke Winslow-King & Roberto Luti Unite for Livestream Event
UPDATE: Special guests added Clarence Bekker, Making Movies, Lanita Smith, and Max Gomez RSVP NOW Luke Winslow-King and Roberto Luti are reuniting for a special online event on April 10th that will feature special guests from around the world. The show, titled “United,” will celebrate Luke and Roberto’s return to the stage after the musical […]
She is Woman Enough | Celebrating International Women’s Day
Each year, March 8th is designated as International Women’s Day, a day that we celebrate and honor women all over the world but also bring women’s rights to the forefront and rally for gender equality. This day has been celebrated throughout the world on various dates for more than a century with the first United […]