Made Kuti, the Afrobeat singer, is set to perform alongside The Movement band in VI, Lagos.


The music star is billed for a music gig at Good Village, a relaxation place in VI, on Sunday, June 11, 2023.

The young Kuti is set to make what is to become his debut with the band in a show organised by FK Management.

The event, Made said, comes after yearnings from fans across the Lagos Island territories for a performance.


Speaking on the gig, Made said: “We are bringing the shrine to the Island. It’s all for Afrobeat and humanity. I can’t wait to perform for the Island audience who have been yearning for my performance with The Movement band.”

Made Kuti is the son of the veteran singer Femi Kuti and the grandson of Fela, the now-late Afrobeat pioneer.

Made’s last single, which he composed, arranged, and authored, was produced by GMK and Sodi Marciszewer.


GMK and Sodi Marciszewer are credited with recording, mixing, and producing Fela’s last six albums.

After the release of his last single ‘No more wars’ via Partisan Records, Mádé has been doing live performances.

He has done live gigs at The New Afrikan Shrine, a music hub his father runs, and other parts of the world.


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