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BN TV: “When there’s no depth it can’t be art” – Seun Kuti calls out Artistes for Lacking Depth in their Music




Fela Kuti‘s son and Afrobeat artist, Seun Kuti calls out artistes for lacking depth in their music. He speaks with REVOLT TV on the art of music saying “When there’s no depth it can’t be art,”and people who call themselves artistes are really just entertainers. Watch a clip of the interview on Pulse TV News.

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1 Comment

  1. Godwin

    December 2, 2016 at 12:19 pm

    This is so true. Listen to seminal artistes like Fela, Michael Jackson,Teddy Pendigrass et al and you will see that they all try to infuse quality message into their songs.

    Nigerian artistes can’t even put the present day austere economic situation into consideration whilst composing songs. What a selfish bunch of people!

    Sunny Okosun albeit a Nigerian agitated against South African apartheid regime through his song.

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