Seun Kuti, son of the legendary music genius Fela Kuti, has been relentless in showing the world his talent and ability to create phenomenal music.
Seun has released the Struggle Sounds EP on Sony Music Masterworks right before he takes off for his US tour with the Egypt 80 band which he inherited from his father.
“More than ever, we are convinced of our mission and the purpose of our music. The Struggle Sounds EP is a true reflection of my social and political beliefs. I give honor to my parents and every revolutionary who made this possible even before I was born.”
The album which was co-produced by Robert Glasper features the single ‘Gimme My Vote Back (C.P.C.D)’ in which C.P.C.D stands for ‘Corporate Public Control Department’.
Co-produced by Robert Glasper, the album features the single, Gimme My Vote Back (C.P.C.D.), where C.P.C.D. stands for ‘Corporate Public Control Department.’
“I think it’s more of the same elitism in government that has continued; a weird and ugly mixture of oligarchy and plutocracy that can only take shape in this country.
“The way forward in Nigeria is to have a fearless government willing to take on the oppressors in our society and redistribute the wealth,” said Seun.
Copyright 2021 TheCable. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from TheCable.
Follow us on twitter @Thecablestyle