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Femi Kuti: Behind The Scenes for Guardian Life cover

By Guardian Life BTS
24 February 2018   |   7:33 am
Afrobeat legend Femi Kuti has released his 10th studio album One People One World. The album, which he has been working on for some years now, is a new direction for the Afrobeat legend who says he has become more optimistic about the future of the African man.

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