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Tina Turner, Fela "Chop 'N Quench", Erykah Badu, Keke Wyatt

on February 17, 2010with 0 comments

February is Black History Month  | Fusicology salutes fabulous, fearless black women in music all month.  Among many other notables you’ll find highlighted on Fusicology.com, our Editorial Team would especially like to give kudos to The Queen of Rock n Roll, Ms. Tina Turner, the highest concert ticket-selling solo artist to date and still rocking at 70 – Full Story

FELA: The “Chop ‘N Quench” batch, containing 9 albums total, represents the earliest period of the Nigerian legend’s Afrobeat oeuvre, from 1969-1974. All are re-mastered and re-released in uniquedigi-packs with the original artwork: Fela Store

Oveous Mazimus presents: Bleeding Rain ALL PROCEEDS from this song will be sent to YELE to assist the people of Haiti | Haiti Relief Benefits

Erykah Badu new single: “Window Seat,” from her upcoming album NEW AMERYKAH PART TWO: RETURN OF THE ANKH (Universal/Motown) | Listen & Download

VIDEO: Talib Kweli talks Lauren Hill and J Dilla


New Flying Lotus Track – “Quakes” (MP3)

“Over You” off of Breathing by Yolanda Johnson. www.yolandadiary.com

DJ CENTER Amazon | iTunes FREE DOWNLOAD of “In a Song”

COMING 2/23:

Keke Wyatt: Who Knew?

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