Radio Raheem, a dance/funk/pop/punk band from Seattle, Washington just premiered their new video of "Calling The World" on Huffington Post. Check out the video attached for yourself or listen to other tunes online here. Leave a comment below and let me know what you think.
Did you know? Radio Raheem originated from a character in the film Do the Right Thing, portrayed by Bill Nunn. Yes, the Seattle’s based Radio Raheem band was inspired by the original Radio Raheem, "a young man who lives for nothing else but to blast Public Enemy's "Fight the Power" on his boombox wherever he goes."
Check out six quick facts about Radio Raheem.
- Radio Raheem is a disco superbot, hip hop, new wave, soul Seattle,Washington based band.
- Radio Raheem’s first record is titled Down for the Get Down.
- Radio Raheem band consists of Josephine Howell (Vocals), Trevor Rasmussen (Sax/Keys), Bryan Cohen (Guitar), Paul Christofferson (Bass), Zia Uddin (Drums).
- Radio Raheem is a quintet which has garnered favorable comparisons to Grace Jones, Talking Heads, Fitz and the Tantrums, and Beyond Thunder Dome -era Tina Turner.
- Seattle’s Radio Raheem formed in 2011 comprised out of the ashes of several local bands.
- Radio Raheem writes catchy upbeat rock, new wave and dance songs.