• Melodies, pure and true
    Jim Gelcer | "Melodies Pure and True" | CA | #Jazz | MELODIES (and verses) referring to Pop and R&B classics that is PURE AND TRUE in its approach and delivery.
  • UbuntuFM's core team interview by VoyageLA Mag
    We were privileged and honoured to receive an interview request from Voyage LA Magazine just before the year’s ending. Staff member Kris Williams invited us to share our story with them. Once a link has been established, a bond is made.
  • Setting a new standard
    REVIEW | Cynthia Basinet | "The Standard" | USA | released June 2017 | setting a new standard...
  • INTERVIEW
    UbuntuFM's Ikenna Okeh linked up with U.S. West & East Coast rapper Bishop The Overseer. Here's the recount:
  • on the significance of language to a culture
    Maazi Ogbonnaya is an academic, writer and translator of the Igbo language. His work aims at preserving and reviving the language & culture of one of Africa's largest ethnic groups. UbuntuFM reached out to Mr. Ogbonnaya for this exclusive interview.
  • Interview with Darlington Chukwunyere, founder of Viddawood
    UbuntuFM talked to Darlington Chukwunyere - founder of Viddawood - an online marketplace that connects screenwriters with movie producers; on issues relating to Nollywood, reasons for establishing Viddawood, the challenges of writing for the screen.
  • interview with US HipHop artist of African origin
    RootWords is an independent rap artist born in the United States to Zambian parents. He lives in Switzerland from where he reaches out to an audience of listeners with his rap music.
  • Historical Truth
    We, the people born between 1950-1980, we are the blessed ones... We are the awesome people... Our life is a living encyclopaedia... We are also the last of a kind...
  • Some things never change...
    Dutch students have gathered more than 300,000 signatures needed for a referendum on the new privacy laws that will go in effect on Jan 1, 2018. The new Information Act - signed into law earlier this year - is now meeting opposition from students.