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Seun Kuti

3 Feb 2021
Seun Kuti's M.O.P. merges with NYDG
23 Sep 2019
Seun Kuti is not just popular because of his father, the great Fela Anikulapo Kuti rather, he has created a niche for himself in the music world via his style of music, Afrobeat, and also the constant activism portrayed in his music.
23 Sep 2019
Despite starting his music career at the age of eight alongside his legendary father, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the Grammy-nominated Seun Kuti has been able to carve a niche for himself in the music industry.⁣ While he acknowledges that he was influenced by his parents, he insists that unlike what was common in those days, his parents gave him the option to choose whatever profession he deemed fit.⁣
15 Sep 2017
While giving CNBC Africa’s Christycole Popoola, a tour of Fela's renovated museum in Lagos, Seun Kuti who is the leader of Fela’s Egypt 80 band, says the content in Nigerian movies and music needs to improve.

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