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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World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Michael Franti speaks to the unity of mankind, K'Naan describes the difficulties of being a refugee in a new country and Nasjota rap about the Sudanese homeland. Then Aterciopelados sings about the misplaced love of money and Hadj N'Diaye bemoans third world debt. We clse with DDT's anthem to the Kursk tragedy.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

  • 2016-09-17T22:00:00-07:00
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World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

Fun

El Puchero Del Hortelano sing about serious matters in a most airy way, while Jair Oliveira sings about the need for play. Terne Chave turn in a high powered performance that swings and percolates, and Adriana Lucia peddles her bicycle spreading flowers and good vibes. Peret plays a doctor dealing with a lying patient, and Gael Garcia Bernal brings us a song from Rudo y Cursi that's a send up of Mexican videos.

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.

  • 2016-09-23T19:30:00-07:00
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Messages

El Puchero Del Hortelano sing about serious matters in a most airy way, while Jair Oliveira sings about the need for play. Terne Chave turn in a high powered performance that swings and percolates, and Adriana Lucia peddles her bicycle spreading flowers and good vibes. Peret plays a doctor dealing with a lying patient, and Gael Garcia Bernal brings us a song from Rudo y Cursi that's a send up of Mexican videos.

World Music

Music videos from around the globe.

World Music

Here are examples of how we deal with the varous vicissitudes of existence, from the repo man in Lura's "Que Brod Nem jossa" to "Lament" about a soul's final crossing performed by the Warsaw Village band.