Seun Kuti, the Afrobeat singer, strutted with style for Casablanca at the Paris Fashion Week. 


Kuti served as a model for the French brand during its spring and summer 2024 collection on Sunday.

He walked the runway in a white jumpsuit with green and purple stripes and a bare chest, while Rema’s hit song ‘Addicted’ played in the background.

The fashion show, which was titled ‘Day of Victory’, was a tribute to Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the late Afrobeat legend.


The Casablanca brand also paid homage to the late legend by sharing a video snippet of his life and time before the show began.

“We are honoured to announce our Printemps-Été 2024 runway show ‘Day of Victory’, a story close to our hearts. Live from Paris this Sunday, 1st October 2023. 4:30pm CET #casaway,” they wrote.


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He is the youngest son of Fela and has continued the Afrobeat legacy, just like his father.


Seun is known for his controversial stance and socially conscious music, addressing socio-political issues in Nigeria and beyond.

He is the originator of songs like ‘Bad Man Lighter’, ‘Opposite People’, ‘African Soldier’, ‘Kalakuta Boy’, and ‘Slave Masters’, among others.

He has also received several recognitions for his craft.

Watch the video below:



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