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A unique brand of internet station that brings the best in content & nostalgic tunes from around the world.
 
African traditional music has and still continue to imprint enormous magnitude on the hearts of people around the world including players of instruments.
The aim of Feferity Radio is to produce quality podcast that informs, educate, inspire, entertain and provocative.
Our focus is to speak to philosophers, historians, holistic practitioners, politicians, musicians, artists, playwriters, film producers, actors etc. to contribute and inform listeners to their respective professions.
We welcome contributions from anyone  who have interest and wanted to share your ideas with us.
Contact Us: +44730-541-7668
Email: feferity.london1@gmail.com

264 Comments on “Feferity Radio
Your Nostalgic Station

  1. Jahq

    I totally agree with Okam.
    From JahQ

    Children think that parents were born big and don’t understand what’s going on
    And the things that they did
    but there is nothing new yes technology has improved
    but we had to go through the same emotional stretch
    excitements and disappointment
    Trying to find appointments
    Because they know how to
    tick tock and make a mock
    Of celebrity stock
    They give them the praise
    And not the mother
    Who has been
    On day and night watch

  2. Barbara W James

    Enjoyed waking up to the great sounds of smooth jazz with you, William! Thanks for the tunes from some of the queens of jazz! Safe travels back home!

  3. Bernardine

    William you started with some soothing soul jazz this afternoon thank you for starting my afternoon with such vibes x

  4. Lorna Jean-Charles

    Castor oil massaged and heat on your lower abdomin also helping with circulation and drawing out toxins

  5. Lorna Jean-Charles

    Water is key in menstruation and menopause looking after your gastric health is also paramount. Big up sisters for talking about our issues.

  6. Richard Butler

    Yo loveign the show and just watched the music video and loovvvvveeedd it.

    BlessUp and KeepitUP

    Richard

  7. Toni Johnson

    Very informative show and timely for International Women’s Day. Commendations to Sister Queen Isis on highlighting Sister Queen, Tempu, a powerful women in the sustainable Agricultural sector. Sending love, light and support from across the waters.

  8. Rochelle Labarrie-Hamilton

    The show is very good and informative, important to the community to keep people positive in culture by way of music. Keep up the good work. Freestyle is loving vibes.

  9. Ms Rochelle Labarrie

    Grand rising sister and brother
    Keep up the good information and music, the culture information is very useful and important. We need to support are culture and community.

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