Music from Guinea/US – Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate

A US-African Hip Hop Duo with african music influences – Sekou Kouyate from Guine the African Jimi Hendix of the Kora and Joe Dricscoll  from ney York present a fusion of Reggae, Hip Hop , Folk and Afro Beat

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Music from Azerbaijan – Vamag Mammadalijev

Azerbaijan Television – 1989
Rahab mugham has a special place in the creative artist. Gramophone records written during the Soviet era, the Radio Gold Fund, Maison des Cultures d’Monde of France, left “the Music Anthology” in solo performances can be found in the compact-disks. In addition, the music has been recorded by several singers. Muhammad is the only musician who played the classic Vamiq mughams. Bahram Mansurov of the old masters to teach him, Ahmadkhan Bakihanov, Haji Mammadov and shafts as well as the victim learned of the singer’s classic score mogikan like the show, is reflected in a unique manner by the master fingers.

Music from the US – Melodic Intersect

Melodic Intersect is an ongoing music project that brings together a diversity of musical styles, cultures,and disciplines. It features collaborations from a rotating ensemble of talented musicians thoughtfully integrating rhythm and melody from genres such as Jazz, North Indian Classical, Rock, Eastern and Western Folk, and many more. Listen to their great album “Global Vision”:

Music of Cyprus – Leonidas Baffalas

Leonidas Baffalas , a reggae musician from Cyprus , we´ve presented him already in 2012 her is his newest song with the title, hmmmmm “Πάει πέρασε (been passed ) “

Music from the world – Children Beyond (with TINA TURNER, REGULA CURTI, DECHEN SHAK-DAGSAY)

Together with 30 children from different cultures and nations, the three singers have recorded sung versions of twelve prayers and mantras from the religions Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam and Sikhism
The three singers and the children interpret the affirming formulae of all world religions with the message «We are all one!»

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Here is one of the songs “Jai Da Da “