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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

FuseBox Radio Broadcast for the Week of April 9, 2014 [Flashback Episode]





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** Due to some travel & work situations this past week, we just wanted to give our listeners something to listen to with for this week's radio show with a flashback episode...enjoy! **

This is the a flashback episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah (aka Ausar Ra Black Hawk) for the week of April 9, 2014 (originally broadcast on January 9, 2013) with some new and classic music from the international Black Diaspora, news and commentary.




Our commentary this week touched base on our opinion of the movie "Django Unchained" & it's controversies (contrived and otherwise), recent updates with Private Bradley Manning's court case in regards to Wikileaks, NYPD's "Stop-And-Frisk" program being declared unconstitutional by a federal judge, what went on with us during our holiday break while sliding into the New Year 2013, an insane news story of when keeping it real after a breakup goes wrong in Florida along with a lot of other things here and there.

There is a brand new Black Agenda Report news mini-segment on this week's episode.

FuseBox Radio Playlist + Charts for the Week of April 9, 2014 (originally broadcast on January 9, 2013)

Top Spins (Music Still Lasting in Rotation/Music Played Live on Air Each Week/As Well As Music Requested By The Listeners)

1. Forte Bowie feat. Stanza & J. Nolan/Star/ForteBowie.com (Played Live) 
2. Big Boi feat. Sleepy Brown/The Thickets/Purple Ribbon & Def Jam (Played Live) 
3. French Horn Rebellion vs. Database/Poster Girl (Justin Faust RMX)/FrenchHornRebellion.com (Played Live) 
4. The Band Called FUSE feat. Silent Knight/Love & War In The City/White Label (Played Live) 
5. Menagerie/The Chosen/Tru Thoughts (Played Live) 
6. J. Pinder feat. Chokolate/Illuminate/Fin Records (Top Song Requested) 7. DJ Kentaro/Kikkake (Reso RMX)/Ninja Tune (Top Song Requested) 
8. Masta Killa/Food/Nature Sounds (Top Song Requested) 
9. Promise feat. Slakah/Somebody Else/Duck Down Records (Top Song Requested) 
10. Big Shug/Blue Collar/Brick (Top Song Requested) 
11. Jesse Boykins III & MeLo X feat. Ango/Better for You RMX/Ninja Tune (Top Song Requested) 
12. Major Lazer/Jah No Partial/Downtown (Top Song Requested) 
13. Rihanna/Diamonds (J-Vibe Reggae RMX)/White Label (Top Song Requested) 14. Mark de Clive-Lowe & the Rotterdam Jazz Orchestra/Take The Space Trane/Tru Thoughts (Top Song Requested) 
15. All Good Funk Alliance/Closer to the Edge (Dads on Display RMX)/Fort Knox Recordings (Top Song Requested) 
16. Chrisette Michele feat. Wale/Rich Hipster/ThisIsChrisetteMichele.com (Top Song Requested) 
17. Meshell Ndegeocello feat. Toshi Reagon/House of the Rising Sun/Naive (Top Song Requested) 
18. Dead Prez/Learning, Growing, Changing/ Krian Music Group, Boss Up Inc. & Sound Weapon (Top Song Requested) 
19. Kendrick Lamar/Swimming Pools (Drank)/Aftermath & Interscope (Top Song Requested) 
20. P.SO The Earth Tone King/Poppy Seed/EARTHTONEKING.COM (Top Song Requested) 
21. DJ Nu-Mark/Troplicalifornia/Hot Plate Records (Top Song Requested) 
22. InI MLD Allstars/Government/White Label (http://INIMLDAllStars.bandcamp.com) (Top Song Requested) 
23. J. Cole/Miss America/Roc Nation & Columbia (Top Song Requested) 
24. Ivy Chanel/For You/IvyChanel.com (Top Song Requested) 
25. 100dBs & Ryan O'Neil/Wait A Minute/Hipnott Records (Top Song Requested)

Top Adds (New Joints Played Live On This Week's Broadcast)

1. Kendrick Lamar feat. Anna Wise of Sunnymoon/Real/Aftermath & Interscope 
2. P.A.P.I. (N.O.R.E.) feat. Large Professor/Built Pyramids/White Label 
3. Anthony Hamilton feat. Elayna Boynton/Freedom/Universal Republic 
4. DOOM/DOOMSAYER/White Label 
5. Adian Coker/Angels and Demonds/Bloom In June 
6. SmCity feat. Alison Carney/New Year's Revolution/SmCityMusic.com 
7. MonkeyRobot/Rose Gris/Bastard Jazz 
8. Adrian Younge Presents The Delphonics/Stop & Look/Wax Poetics

DJ Fusion Flashback Tracks:

Ghostface Killah/Ghost Heard It All Before/White Label 
Ferry Ultra feat. Roy Ayers/Dangerous Vibes (Mousse T's Unrelased Jazz Mix)/Peppermint Jazz Records

PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Black Music Classics and Independent Music Finds

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Broccoli City Festival D.C. 2014: FuseBox Radio Broadcast x BlackRadioIsBack.com Pictures


Good Sunday Evening FuseBox Radio Broadcast & BlackRadioIsBack.com peoples! 

Just wanted to share some pictures that were taken during this year's second annual Broccoli City Festival in Washington, DC at Gateway Pavilion on Earth Day, Saturday, April 19, 2014. 

For those not familiar with the festival or organization, the Broccoli City Lifestyle Group's mission since 2009 has been to develop strategies & programming to educate and empower multicultural communities to live more healthier and more sustainable lifestyles through media outreach, partnerships with other organizations and more.  

Throughout the day, there were a lot of great music acts from all over the U.S. representing independent & mainstream Hip-Hop, Soul, Electro, DC Go-Go and more from all over the U.S. that kept the crowd happily bouncing (literally and otherwise) along with local & national vendors selling all sorts of cool items & food, various organizations giving out information and exercise sessions along with other types of action on the Pavilion.


Overall, the Broccoli City Festival was a great inclusive (& REALLY inexpensive) enjoyable community event that was safe & fun for everyone that pulled off the rare combination of entertainment and education that wasn't on the extremes of being overly preachy or just a bunch of slick surface talk.  I hope they'll have more events like this in the D.C. Metro for years to come.

Hope that you enjoy all of the great performers, scenery and crowd on display! :)
 - DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio Broadcast) 

 ** All pictures taken by Mary Nichols (DJ Fusion/FuseBox Radio Broadcast) under a "Creative Commons Attribution - No Derivatives" license. Please feel free to use & share them if you wish with attribution/credit to the photographer...thank you! **







Live Graffiti Action During The Broccoli City Festival

Audience Shot during the Broccoli City Festival


Alison Carney of Butterfly Tree






Folks Copping Eats At The Food Trucks During The Broccoli City Festival

Some of the Art Vendors at the Broccoli City Festival

Future Band's Horn Section


A Fella Who Got A Tad Too Turnt Up Throughout The Day To Do...This.


Audience Shot

Cool Jewelry on Sale via the folks at Woodville

Audience Shot During A Break In the Music...

Folks Hit The Ground To Get Turnt Up 
(literally...after jumping off of the stage during Chaz French's set...making me happy I didn't get hit in the photo pit)

Broccoli City Vendor Giving Folks A Pose

More Audience Folks On Pose...

Riding on the Graff Bus

Here is a slideshow of all of the pictures taken via the official FuseBox Radio Broadcast's Flickr page for the event to view/download as hi-definition images:

Saturday, April 19, 2014

D.C. Emancipation Day Concert 2014: FuseBox Radio Broadcast x BlackRadioIsBack.com Pictures


Hey there FuseBox Radio Broadcast & BlackRadioIsBack.com peoples! 

Just wanted to share some pictures that were taken during this year's D.C. Emancipation Day "Message In The Music" concert in Washington, DC at Freedom Plaza on Wednesday, April 16, 2014. 

For those not familiar with the day, Emancipation Day is a tradition that began in 1866 in Washington, DC that commemorates Abraham Lincoln’s signing of the DC Compensated Emancipation Act.  

The annual celebration came back in full force about 150 years later, in 2002 when the Council of the District of Columbia commemorated April 16th as a private holiday.   

About 3 years later,  Councilmember Vincent Orange Sr.’s legislation on July 9th, 2004 made Emancipation Day a public holiday, giving city employees a free day off and 2005 was the first year that it was celebrated as an official city holiday in the nation’s capital.

Hope that you enjoy all of the great performers, scenery and crowd on display! :)
 - DJ Fusion (FuseBox Radio Broadcast) 

 ** All pictures taken by Mary Nichols (DJ Fusion/FuseBox Radio Broadcast) under a "Creative Commons Attribution - No Derivatives" license. Please feel free to use & share them if you wish with attribution to the photographer...thank you! **


Talib Kweli

Raheem DeVaughn

Live Artwork of Pres. Lincoln on Stage

Lead Singer of Black Alley In The Sunshine

Brian Lenair

Some of the D.C. Emancipation Day Concert Audience

D.C. Councilman Vincent Orange

More of the D.C. Emancipation Day Concert Audience

2 Folks in the D.C. Emancipation Day Concert Audience Ready To Dance & Pose

Talib Kweli On The Mic

MC Lyte

Speech of Arrested Development 

DJ Kool & MC Lyte

Young Kids Doing The Dougie

Doug E. Fresh

Dancer/Singer With Arrested Development

Doug E. Fresh & Trumpter

J. Ivy

Speech of Arrested Development

Some of the D.C. Emancipation Day Concert Audience

Lead Singer of Black Alley

DJ Kool

MC Lyte

Doug E. Fresh

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