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2 Nights Only – SEUN KUTI & Egypt 80 at...

Seun Kuti is the youngest son of legendary Afrobeat god Fela Anikulapo Kuti. He started performing with his father and the band, until his father’s...

Phyno abeg take her back! Na small pickin bin dey worry...

Lol, this young lady is the funniest! I swear I'm not even mad at her; sometimes we just have to swallow our pride and...

Rara by Tekno: because every solid musician needs a community-conscious song...

Rara by Tekno is out, and as soon as I heard the title, I thought this might be like Kiss Daniel's Laye, but no...

Happy Birthday, Seun Kuti: a man of his own making but...

The son of the late great Fela Anikulapo-Kuti keeps his soul, sound and message alive, so we simply have to celebrate him! Today, Seun...

Manchester Stand UP! Seun Kuti & Fela’s Egypt 80 Band To...

Seun Kuti is back in the UK and is due to perform! Taking to the stage with Fela's Egypt 80 band, the energetic singer and performer...

Alajọ Ṣomolu by Brymo once again lets us into the mind...

Brymo is one of the most underappreciated musicians of our times and land. His observation of our peoples, our cultures and our pulse is...

Temi Dollface is smooth, suave and sophisticated with her single “Beep...

There is nothing that turns me on than Nigerian music that has been given a spit-shine and polish. I love it when the music...

FELABRATION! A London Celebration of Fela Anikulapo-Kuti

We have been tasked with the job of keeping the spirit of Abami Eda alive, something that all Afrobeat enthusiasts do willingly and with...

How Seun Kuti And The Egypt 80 Band SLAYED at the...

There are no words to describe exactly how talented, how amazing, how absolutely sublime of a performer Seun Kuti is. When thinking back to the...

Tony Allen and Damon Albarn’s Triumphant Close to the Africa Utopia...

The Southbank Centre has long championed African music, the heartbeat of my continent, having played host to wonderful performers from Algeria to Zimbabwe, and...