Segun Okeji was the tenor sax player in Fela Kuti’s Koola Lobitos band in Nigeria in the late 1960s before changing their name to Africa 70!
Afro What’s excellent horn section, authentic tinkling guitars & traditional percussion are supplemented w/ drums for a sunny African sound!
‘Nyonton’ has all the dance-floor essentials to give it an afro-jazz feel that’s marked by mesmerizing synths & emphatic percussion!
“Figamalapena” will make you laugh, move your head to the rhythm & leave you curious to hear what else Ponzio Pilates will invent!
Nigerian musical pioneer Tunji Oyelana’s music is brimming with dance-floor fire! Tunji’s songs are myriad fusions that are all outstanding!
‘Black Magic, Bad Magic,’ by Tactical Groove Orbit has amazing brass & deep rhythm! This track will leave you breathless and make you dance!
“Babalawo” is dedicated to all musicians that have remained true to their African traditions & culture, paying tribute to musical ancestors!
Horn-heavy “B.M.L’ is a no-holds barred party anthem, calling out duplicity. Dedicated to Kuti’s favorite herb, defending the right to smoke
Boka de Banjul’s band member’s ideas, musical background & passion for music became the basis of a platform for positive energy!
Abeokuta Afrobeat’s music & name was inspired by Fela Kuti’s hometown in Nigeria. Abeokuta translates a new experience tied to familiarity!
‘Dumsor’ a satirical piece using the imagery of Ghana’s power outage situation to describe the heartache experienced by an unsatisfied lover
Off the ‘Ojekoo’ EP, ‘Agoro’ is a potential anthem that promises to expand its tentacles beyond West Africa & across the African continent!