Femi Kuti & Made Kuti - Legacy+ [2LP] | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. P P P
2. As We Struggle Everyday
3. Stop the Hate
4. Land Grab
5. Na Bigmanism Spoil Government
6. You Cant Fight Corruption With Corruption
7. Show of Shame
8. Privatisation
9. Young Boy / Young Girl
10. Set Your Minds and Souls Free

DISC: 2

1. Free Your Mind
2. Your Enemy
3. Blood
4. Different Streets
5. Higher Youll Find
6. Hymn
7. Young Lady
8. We Are Strong

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Double vinyl LP pressing. Legendary activist and Afrobeat originator, Fela Kuti, used his music to lament social injustices and political corruption in his native Nigeria. Fela's legacy spans decades and genres, touching on jazz, pop, funk, hip-hop, rock, and beyond. While this impact can be felt in Nigeria and the entire world, it also greatly affected Fela's son Femi and his son Made, both of whom carry his legacy as torchbearers for change. These are the two albums from Femi and Made, packaged together and appropriately titled Legacy +. Both albums that make up 'Legacy +' are steeped in the tradition of Afrobeat invented by Fela, but each also offers their own unique vision. Femi's 'Stop The Hate' honors Fela in a traditionally fun, sharply political, and affirming way. Meanwhile Made's 'For(e)ward' is a modern and progressive freedom manifesto, pushing boundaries of the subgenre even further. Made also performs every instrument on his album. Both albums also feature portraits of Femi and Made, done by Brooklyn-based artist Delphine Desane, whose work was recently featured on the cover of Vogue Italia.