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Emmanuel Jal
Hope, as much of the world now knows, is a rare commodity in Sudan, a country plagued by decades of civil war, ethnic violence, political turmoil and poverty.
By Robert Nolan

Bill Laswell
Chances are you’ve heard Bill Laswell, even if you’ve never heard of him. He’s worked on over 700 projects with an endless list of artists, and co-wrote, produced and played on Herbie Hancock's monster hit "Rockit."
By Judson Kilpatrick

Jah Cure
The New York Times describes his most recent release, Freedom Blues (VP Records), as “one of the season’s most eagerly anticipated reggae albums." Roots singer Jah Cure is paying a substantial price for such lofty commendations: he’s serving a 15-year jail sentence.
By Patricia Meschino

Ry Cooder
Ry Cooder has played with the Rolling Stones, Captain Beefheart and Jackson Browne, as well as Ali Farka Toure and the Buena Vista Social Club. So where did he go for his latest solo album? Back home.
By Marty Lipp

Femi Kuti
Global pop music’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams is littered with the bodies of the wannabe progeny of famously great musicians. Femi Anikulapo Kuti will never go out like that.
By Tom Terrell

Tété Alhinho
Tété Alhinho lives in Praia, the capital of Cape Verde, on the tiny island of Santiago. Alhinho says the sea has influenced her life and her music as long as she can remember.
By j. poet

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