Nomadic Massive and Afro-Latin Soul!

BY Eric Z. Camins, December 10, 2009

Our folks Nomadic Massive, of Montreal, will be joining Spanish Harlem greats San Juan Hill, for the next installment of The Afro Latin Soul Music Series happening in Brooklyn tomorrow. (details below)

The Afro Latin Soul Music Series is a dance party and live music international celebration, that showcases up and coming Artists, Bands and DJ’s from New York City, Montreal, Quebec, and around the world. The series originated at the legendary Nuyorican Poets Cafe in 2007. Soon after, San Juan Hill’s Frank Diggz, joined forces with Nomadic Massive’s Lou Piensa to create the first international Afro Latin Soul Music Series at Club Lambi in Montreal, Sept. 4th., and again on Oct. 16th., 2009.

Accumulating over 200 spectators, they had Artists on the bill, such as; Rael (Sao Paolo), DJ Ronzilla (The Bronx), Climbing Poetree (Brooklyn), personal familia Obsession (Cuba), and of course Nomadic Massive, and San Juan Hill.

As a perfect addition, given the fundamentals of the series based in global solidarity, social change and cultural awareness, Nomadic Massive promises to bring an incredibly energetic and eclectic mix to the stage. We caught up with Nomadic Massive for an interview when they were last in NYC and witnessed first hand their exciting mezcla of Hip Hop, Soul, Afro Beat, and Latin sounds all overlaid with lyrics in languages from every corner of the globe. They gave us a little FIRE after their interview (coming soon) which you can watch here:

Be sure to catch the next installment of Afro-Latin Soul tomorrow at Little Field in Brooklyn.  Hosted by Hanifah Walidah.

What: Afro Latin Soul music series
When: 9 PM - Friday, December 11th, 2009
Where: Little Field, 622 Degraw Street between 3rd and 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, NYC

Check out video from an earlier event in the series here:


Leave a comment

  1. muuuy bueno!

    Comment by Manu — December 11, 2009 @ 10:02 am

  2. Nomadic Massive give a show like no other. They are representative off the international vibe we get from the world today. I have lots of love & respect for them & enjoyed any show we both preformed together at.
    Keep it up!

    Comment by susie — June 3, 2010 @ 12:25 pm

  3. Word Up! Hah! I saw these guys at a free show at the Toronto harbourfront center like 4 years ago and was blown away!

    Comment by Kamir — June 3, 2010 @ 1:46 pm

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