You may have heard world music, but on Link TV you can see it! Link TV brings you the sights and sounds of the world with music videos, documentaries, and concerts that are entertaining and insightful. Whether it's familiar or far flung, come adventure with us, and hear the sound of the world, as it makes music. Link TV is your music connection to the world.

Browse hundreds of world music videos below, organized by region.

Also, check out Border Blaster, our new original world music video series. The 30-minute episodes are comprised solely of music videos from groundbreaking musicians from around the world.

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A language lesson from Pink Martini, a lesson in evolution from Paris Combo, classic chanson from Patrick Bruel and a haunting ballad from Portugal's Madredeus. Wagner Pa meditates on folly, Manu Chau conjures up Babylon, and Dusminguet dine on CDs.

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Femi Kuti (Nigeria) rocks, Lokwa Kanza (Congo) soothes the soul and Bisso Na Bisso parties down at home. Amadou and Mariam sing a Malian reverie, and the Blind Boys of Alabama do 'Higher Ground'. Blou plays Canadian Zydeco, and MaryJane Lamond updates a reel.

Spellbound

Remarkable animations, choreographies, amazing settings and unforgettable music are combined in videos that are works of art, uniting the visual and the aural in spellbinding ways.

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Music videos from around the globe.

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American manifestations: Hip hop from Moldova, blues from Romania and a club mix from Poland. Spain's Dusminguet sings about Amerian rhythms. On to Mexico with Cafe Tacuba and Molotov.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

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It's all Africa as Ismael Lo sings a love song, Papa Wemba goes shopping, McCoy Mrubata sings of self respect, the Cool Crooners sing a wry song about poverty. Then Bhusi Mhlongo gives a powerful performance and Salif Keita closes it out with a sweet song.

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Landscapes

Robert Mirabal travels the Southwest. Virginia Rodriues sings of the Brazilian coast, and Wimme wanders the hills of Lapland. Aboriginal Archie Roach sanctifies the land of his people, and Western Saharan women play the drum amongst the dunes.

Comments On Society

Social Comment #2 Traband sings of immigration, Xerramequ Tiquis Miquis lampoon authority, Ze Manel urges African unity, Dam Native praises the Maori way, Megapolis sings an old East German Pop tune, Amparanoia sides with the underdog, and Macaco gets everyone unified.

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World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

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The printed word ties together these videos from Colombia, Spain, Brazil, France, Israel and Greece. Aterciopelados celebrates a newborn and Israel's Suzie sings a Ladino lullaby.

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East-West

Patrick Bruel reminisces about Tunisia, Natasha Atlas melds dance tracks with vocal ululation, Colonial cousins blend R&B with Hindi pop, and Apache Indian finds inner piece through meditation and Jah. Then some party music with Control Machete and Molotov.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

A Tribute to the Nordic Fiddling Tradition

A tribute to the Nordic fiddling tradition. Lena Willemark and Ranarim deliver wonderful vocals, while Filarfolket deliver a traditionally based dance piece.

Celtic Tides

Celtic Tides. This block traces the give and take between the Scotts-Irish tradition and American music. The friendship between country music singer Kathy Mattea and Scotland's Dougie Maclean yields two great songs, and then three by Ireland's Paul Brady, showcasing his traditional and pop-rock talents. Then on to Steve Earle, with two Appalachian/Celtic flavored hits- Galway Girl, and Copperhead Road.

Ladies, Ladies, Ladies!

Ladies, ladies, ladies! Visions of women, from the sensuous Daniela Mercury (Brazil) to the tortured fado of Mariza (Portugal), the stoicism of Eleftheria Arvanitaki and the camp vamping of Susheela Raman. Vera Bila gives a class in Gypsy Soul, and Swagierkolaska deliver a Polish drinking song about fatal beauty. Tibetan Yungchen Lhamo ends the set with a statement about spirituality.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.