This album brings together some of the worlds most acclaimed artists and creates a unique and rich tapistry of fusion music. "Duniya Salaam" incorporates vocals by Senegal's Baba Maal and India's Shrinivas impresses us with his expertise on the electric mandolin. "My Culture" offers up an interesting mix of rap vocals by Maxi Jazz and pop rhythms by U.K.'s superstar Robbie Williams. India's singing legend Asha Bhosle is remarkable as always on "The Way You Dream" where she teams up with American artist Michael Stipe and New Zealand's Whiri Mako Black. Remember Nenah Cherry? She had that chart topper hit back in the 80's called "Buffalo Stance." She does a duo with Speech on "Braided Hair, which echoes African rhythms. "Bushes" is haunting yet mesmerizing at the same time. "Daphne" also stands out for it's colorful blend of Indian and African vibes. This album shines in it's diversity and is worth checking out.