Mary Nichols (aka DJ Fusion of the FuseBox Radio Broadcast) is a U.S. mixshow and events DJ whose main musical focus in the Black Music/Urban Music Genre (Hip-Hop, Reggae, Funk, Jazz, Soul/R&B, House, Disco, EDM, Rock, World Music, etc.) on the independent & mainstream level.
The syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast was founded while she was an undergraduate student at the Rutgers University – New Brunswick campus in 1998 after serving as a co-host for the African New Dawn program under her mentor, Alvin Fair, and being one of the original co-founders of the Rutgers University Student Community of Hip-Hop (aka RUSCH, the first Hip-Hop student organization at Rutgers University from 2000 – 2002) that helped line up Hip-Hop oriented shows & events on and off campus .
Along with co-host, fellow mix DJ and business partner Jon Pace (aka Ausar Ra Black Hawk, who came on as a part of the show in 2004), the weekly radio show & podcast exists to bring the Balance Back to Black Radio with having a strong focus on bringing a diverse mix of independent and mainstream Black Music (Hip-Hop, Soul, Jazz, Reggae, Rock, Funk, House & more) from all over the world along with relevant commentary, news and guest interviews to the international listening masses.
From its original roots at Rutgers University Radio, the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast has grown to be a 3 hour clean/radio friendly mixshow that has spread to over 25+ international FM & Internet Radio stations and website outlets as of June 2016.
Listeners can subscribe FREE to receive the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast w/DJ Fusion & Jon Judah weekly episodes via podcast and music RSS feeders like iTunes, Stitcher Radio, TuneIn Radio, AudioSear.ch, Podbay.FM, Player.FM, PodBean and more!
Our top countries for podcast downloads from 2014 are (in order) the United States, Germany, Canada, Spain and Russia. The majority of our listeners range from 18 – 55 years old.
The business FuseBox Media LLC was founded by DJ Fusion & Ausar Ra Black Hawk in the mid-2000s to expand on their radio show ventures as well as work with other media extensions (including the official syndicated FuseBox Radio Blog, BlackRadioIsBack.com, FuseBox Radio Photography & the soon to be launched AfroRadio.co website), music production, mixtape hosting and more.