As closing set tribute to Fela Kuti and his music is closing it with last tune in the song Water no got enemy.
Olufela Olufemi Anikulapo Kuti, born
16 June 1962, popularly known as Femi Kuti, is oldest son of Fela.
Femi was born in
to Fela and Remi Kuti and grew up in the former Nigerian capital, London . His mother soon left his father, taking Femi to live with her. In 1977, though, Femi chose to move in with his father. Femi eventually became a member of his father's band. Lagos
Like his father, Femi has shown a strong commitment to social and political causes throughout his career.
Oluseun Anikulapo Kuti, born 1982, commonly known as Seun Kuti, is the youngest son of Fela. Seun leads his father's former band
At the age of nine Seun expressed the wish to sing to his father. A short while later Seun started acting as a sort of mascot and would sing a few songs backed by
80 before his father took to the stage. Since then, Seun has followed the political and social ethos of his father. Egypt
After Fela’s death of AIDS in 1997 Seun, then only 14 years old, became the lead singer of
About three-fourths of the current
80 line-up consists of musicians that not only played with Fela Kuti, but often were arrested and harassed alongside the founder of the Afrobeat movement. Egypt
Live sets consist of both new material and originals from Seun’s father. During his lifetime Fela Kuti never performed songs he had recorded.
This set is a display of political and social attitude of Kuti family.
1. Stubborn problems - Femi
2. Colonial Mentality - Fela
Africa - Seun
4. Missing link - Femi
5. 2000 blacks got to be free - Fela
6. Many things - Seun
7. Sorrow, Tears and Blood - Fela
8. Na oil - Seun
9. Water no get enemy - Femi