SEUN KUTI & EGYPT 80 – Live In South London

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TICKETS HERE > goo.gl/oW2M2C ************************************************************************** Seun Anikulapo Kuti is a true renegade and champion of Afrobeat music. He is also the youngest son of the legendary Fela Kuti and the true heir to his father's afrobeat legacy as the leader of Fela’s band, Egypt 80. Don't miss this rare chance to see, hear and feel why the Kuti family name is still so strong. ************************************************************************** "The struggle is real. As real as it ever was. From Lagos to London, Ouagadougou to New York, life in the sprawl is tough, and getting tougher. But pay attention: feel the rumbles. The pot is beginning to boil. What is needed, and needed fast, is authentic leaders, says Seun Kuti - who should know. The youngest son of the Afrobeat legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti is as incensed by injustice and inspired by greatness as his father ever was. Now, with his mighty new album Struggle Sounds, the Lagos-based scion honours the revolutionaries who’ve gone before and rallies the torchbearers to come. And when they arrive, these nu-skool visionaries with change in their sights and the people, woke, at their side, it will be to a blaze of musical fire. To message-driven anthems that tell of real values and real news, horn-blasted songs that shine an unflinching black light on corrupt politicians, grasping corporations and hypocrisy backstage and everywhere; to extended tracks that make you dance, and think, and hope. Life doesn’t have to be this way, says Kuti, his alto-sax hanging around his neck, the letters ‘A.F.R.O B.E.A.T’ tattooed on his knuckles, the words ‘Fela Lives’ emblazoned across his back. There are other paths, other options. Listen, and you will see." - Jane Cornwell ************************************************************************** TICKETS > goo.gl/oW2M2C ************************************************************************** STANLEY HALLS 12 S Norwood Hill, London SE25 6AB

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