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Seun Kuti & Egypt 80

“You gave me your mud and I made gold from it.” This famous Baudelaire quote could be the Kuti family motto, employed by father and son alike. Their songs, filled with the corruption, ignorance, malady, sadness, pollution and the many other ills that ravage contemporary Africa, are veritable musical treasures - flamboyant, jubilatory songs that make you want to get up and dance. So are you ready to dance like crazy to the misfortunes of Africa? Just be sure to dance and listen to what Africa is telling us. Manu Dibango, Seun Kuti’s friend has said that “the most beautiful flowers grow out of manure.” Seun’s songs, like those of his father, are these “flowers of evil” blossoming out of the shit, out of the foul-smelling lagoons of Lagos, ...

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