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Felix Cabrera

Felix Cabrera
In Cuba son is the venerable sound that paved the way for everything from rumba to mambo to salsa. In the U.S., we have the blues. But it’s not often that you find a musician thoroughly versed in both traditions. Enter Felix Cabrera.
By Tom Pryor

Carla Bruni

Carla Bruni
Carla Bruni released one of 2004’s most heavenly, refreshingly unadorned albums in Quelqu’un M’a Dit (Somebody Told Me). Clearly, Bruni is a big deal on her way to becoming an even bigger deal. Her understated, largely acoustic voicings of mostly self-penned material bring to mind that other icon of breathy French femme-pop, Françoise Hardy.
By Jeff Tamarkin

Ex-Centric Sound System

Ex-Centric Sound System
Ex-Centric Sound System's experimental leanings reflect respectfully move away from a perceived center. Africa is that center, and taking variant forms of African music beyond the familiar comforts  is precisely what Ex-Centric Sound System succeeds at.
By Tom Orr

Rokia Traore

Rokia Traore
The Malian singer’s third album, Bowmboi, is a departure from her previous efforts. Bowmboï finds Traore singing entirely in Bamanan, one of several languages spoken in Mali. Acoustic and alternatively lilting and rhythmically insistent, the collection offers observations of life as a West African.
By Marie Elsie St. Léger

Emeline Michel

Emeline Michel
With a luscious voice of many moods, Haiti's Emeline Michel sings “chanson creole,” a term she may have coined for a popular genre, approximately defined as a blending of French romantic and topical songs with traditional Afro-Antillean rhythms.
By Carol Amoruso

Tego Calderon

Tego Calderon
Tego Calderon is a reggaetón MC, a rapper who laces his Spanish rhymes with heavy doses of boricua slang and Jamaican dancehall beats. Musically, it’s a far cry from classic salsa’s improvisational wizardry.
By Tom Pryor

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