Thursday, April 09, 2015


AutoCharm come from the vibrant streets of Glasgow, Scotland in the UK. They are a three piece production team who write and produce their own music from their recording studio in Motherwell. Consisting of David Fotheringham, Phil O'Shea and Dougie McAuley, the team fuse together electronics with real instrumentation to make a blend of Jazzy, Disco Soulful House based music and have also been known to produce some Jazzy Lounge too! In my opinion there is fresher soul music across The Pond these days. Autocharm is a great example :))

Monday, March 23, 2015

DJ X-Trio Feat. Francis Boy - Dagella (Afroflava Mix)

Published on Mar 23, 2015 X-Trio is not new to NuLu Music, with his second release “Daguella feat. Francis Boy, following his NuLu hit “Africa feat. Luzolo”, this one is sure to become an instant NuLu must have. Xtrio and Francis came together to work on a song for the dance floors. Both sat down in the studio during an afternoon creating different ideas till they finally got what they wanted. X-Trio wanted something different from what Francis Boy had done with other producers.... So they came up with this idea that turns out to be a nice, Afro, groovy sound. Here you are in for real afro house. Luzolo ( the great vocalist and guitarist from the track Africa also released by Nulu) wasn't left apart... he came in and with a touch of his guitar creating a raw Afro House into more soul and musical path!.... and now you have it here. Dance and enjoy the Nulu Sound!

Friday, March 06, 2015

MoBlack - "Freedom" - Tribute to Kwame Nkrumah

"Freedom" is from Dr. Kwame Nkrumah's speech for Independence from the United Kingdom declared on 6th of March 1957. It is a tribute to Kwame Nkrumah the first President of Ghana and the first Prime Minister of Ghana.  I am grateful that I discovered this song today on the actual anniversary of Ghana's freedom -- March 6, 1957 

"I am an African, not because I was born in Africa, but because Africa is born in me."  -- 
Kwame Nkrumah


Mimmo Falcone moved from Naples, south Italy to the south of the world, Ghana, Africa. He has blended two heritages of the universal language of music. Mimmo Falcone is a dj and a producer, a creative spirit and a musician since his early teenage years. In 2003, he moved to the west side of Central Africa, in Ghana, as managing director of a food processing company. On the coasts of the Gulf of Guinea, he played and produced his deep house, mixing it with the heritage of the local and more traditional sounds and giving birth to a new project: MoBlack. In Twi, the major language spoken in Ghana, Mo means “good Job” as it stands for “moda,” the Italian word for fashion and as Mo, the initial of his last name. MoBlack wants to celebrate and promote the beauty of Africa through music, art and fashion. Since his arrival in Africa, Mimmo Falcone has played and shared his faith in sound with local artists.