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This is the latest episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of March 7, 2012 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul Music, news and commentary.
Our extended commentary this week touched base on the spread of non-profit organization Invisible Children’s “KONY 2012/#STOPKONY” viral video along with its pluses & minuses. It brings much-needed attention to an African country’s political situation. We mourn the passing of Soul/Disco Music Legend Jimmy Ellis of the Trammps ( group who did the songs “Disco Inferno” and “Zing! Went The Strings of My Heart”) and the tragic killing of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin by a Neighborhood Watch group along with its blatant racial implications.
We address the backlash against U.S. right wing conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh’s latest round of hateful, foolish comments by advertisers & others, the 15th year anniversary of The Notorious B.I.G.’s death and what it has meant to the Hip-Hop community at large and some other diverse topics here and there.
FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Week of March 7, 2012 (in no particular order)
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