Seun, the radical carbon copy of his dad Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the Abami Eda himself, displayed the spirit of his dad in him few hours ago when his fans were not allowed to dance. Nigeriafilms.com
exclusively gathered that Seun, who was one-time at loggerheads with his brother, Femi, the current king of Afrobeat over inheritance, decided he was going to stop performing, and of course, he did and the show came to an abrupt end.
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Apple | 7/26/2012 7:56:06 AM
ODE! OLODO!.. Reply this thread
B¡t¡ng Z£dd To€¥ | 7/26/2012 8:07:36 AM |
And you'er his teacher so you tot him to be ODE OLODO just like you were tot to be OLE OLOBE!
Ltd | 7/26/2012 8:05:18 AM
What is the meaing of dis. all dis rats that dont have respeact Reply this thread
na your yawa | 7/26/2012 8:58:22 AM
all i see so fr is dat he has the love of fans at heart, every thing must nt base on money sumtimes its really good to make people happy even without been paid for it, nd dat is wat he just did, love u allways bro Reply this thread
B¡t¡ng Z£dd To€¥ | 7/26/2012 10:22:50 AM |
There is little sense in what you say unlike APPLE and his rubish filled bag (ltd). And for doing that here is my prayer for you, you aint dying this year again but can't see clearly what happens next year ok,tho i'm not a visionary prophet you know. You welcome bro.
Ope | 7/27/2012 10:28:50 AM
It is good to appreciate your fans, even if you don't give them money, appreciate them. Reply this thread
Nixon | 8/22/2012 7:24:42 PM
What we can do is… put the struggle in our music, even if it's one song. It will last forveer. 10 generations will hear that song and they will understand what's happening now. This is the records. This is something I hadn't really thought much about in this context: protest art as record and memory. This works better with music which is more of a public and shared memory than the visual arts, which often have a smaller audience and can not be reproduced as easily, but it is worth thinking about. Reply this thread