Sunday, November 25, 2007

Sunday Nite Videos...




Madilu System - Le Tenant Du Titre

Nyboma - Double Double (Live)

Papa Wemba Presents Felix Wazekwa Live au Zenith

...the dancing at the end of this one is priceless! :)


Emission 11.24.07 et Plus...

Last night Guy was supposed to interview Tresor Manuaku. For some reason or another he was unable to reach him and the interview did not take place. But Guy did talk about Tresor's music and played a few of his selections, towards the end of the show. The interview has been postponed for next week so stay tuned for that. I will be linking up the shows from 11.18.07 and 11.10.07 later today along with some videos...In the meant time enjoy last night's show.

EMISSION 11.24.07 (Telechargement/Download)

Saturday, November 24, 2007


Well the past couple of weeks have been a bit hectic. Last week I was hospitalized with an illness (Colitis) and so I've been recovering from that. As a result the show from November 10th and the Show from last weekend were never posted. I will be posting them shortly. Nov 10th was a continuation of the special on AIDS. Last weeks show was just a regular show.

Tonight is special. Guy will be interviewing Pepe Felly's son, Tresor Manuaku who is making a lotta noise in Europe with his latest album DESTIN and his two singles Mwasi Kitoko & Je Suis Francais. Tune in tonight @ 10 pm (est) on


Saturday, November 10, 2007

Emission 11.03.07 - SPECIAL: Attention Na Sida


Last week Guy had a special based around a new FALSE study (read: propaganda) concerning Haiti and the AIDS virus. The study claims that AIDS made its way from Africa, to Haiti and from Haiti to the United States as early as 1969. There is much outrage among the Haitian community surrounding this study and the U.S.'s constant negativity towards Haiti and Africa in general. The media has been (for centuries even) a key tool in painting a negative picture of Africans (this includes Haitians and other groups of Black people). In the Early 1990s Guy and my older sister, who I think was maybe 11 at the time, marched for this exact cause. Haitians were being blamed (as they are again) for the spread of AIDS.

On last weeks show Pierre Kadima Mbala returned to his spot as commentator from Denver to discuss with Guy what this means in the grand scheme for Africans across the world. They discuss AIDS as the man-made disease that it is and how it has been used over the years to control populations.

Tonight at 10pm (NY time) Guy will bring a new Tambour d'Afrique filled with music but will also continue the discussion of AIDS as it concerns Haitians and also Africans overall.