• Tribute song to a tragedy
    "4 young men died at the hands of a lynch mob on the 5th of October 2012. Whether or not their deaths will mean anything, or fade out of our minds as just another meaningless tragedy, is up to us and what we do from here on. I hope this song captures that message.
  • Roger Troutman tribute
    The original version of 'I Want to Be Your Man' was released by American funk legend Roger Troutman (1951-1999), from his third studio album Unlimited!.
  • A shrewd politician or a visionary or both?
    As with most larger-than-life figures Pres. Nelson Mandela was controversial. We know of his achievements and follies. But what is his legacy? What will he be best remembered for?
  • Interview with Roger D'Arcy
    Interview with Roger D'Arcy on his latest album release 'House of Heads' and much more. Roger D'Arcy is a singer/songwriter from the UK who lives in France.
  • Interview with a schizophonic
    UbuntuFM's Ikenna Okeh linked up with David Owen Rama, the host and producer of the LoveCast show which is broadcasted on UbuntuFM Radio International every Saturday and Sunday from 3 till 6 PM. Get ready for an interesting read!
  • Superb true-to-form concept album
    Dr. Dubenstein, former employee of the legendary RAS Records Label from Washington DC gathered up some high-carat collaborators to join him in his submarine.
  • with Dave O Rama
    The LoveCast with Dave O Rama is a syndicated weekly show on UbuntuFM World Radio.  Saturday, Sunday:  3-6PM Channel: WORLD
  • The duality of dual citizenship
    The Dutch Government has announced that it will retract the citizenship from four known Jihadists who took part in military actions under the IS banner in Syria. Now this may appear fair and reasonable at the surface but is there a catch to it...
  • History is about to repeat itself.
    Between 1966 and 1970, Biafra was all over the news media for those old enough to remember. What was called a war, was in fact a genocide comparable to the Rwandan genocide of the 90’s or worse. Let's fast forward from 1966 to Sept 12, 2017.