One track of pure Afrobeat power from Nigeria’s Oghene Kologbo! Thanks to Paris DJs, who released this bumping track.
A lot of press covering Nigerian music rightfully goes to Fela Kuti, yet he’s not the only innovative figure to gain international fame. His percussionist, Tony Allen, has spent a good part of five decades making music which was influenced by funk and jazz as well as Highlife. The Afrobeat sound he was instrumental in …
Quite a monster of an album by Nigeria’s finest, Fela Kuti. The track listing for this album is: 01 “Alu Jon Jonki” – 12:41 02 “Jeun Ko Ku (Chop ‘n Quench)” – 7:14 03 “Eko Ile” – 6:41 04 “Je’nwi Temi (Don’t Gag Me)” – 13:15
A killer work from Ray Stephen Oche, thanks to my online friend PBK, whose own music is rather tasteful. For more on this trumpeter, check out this entry at OKAfrica.com.