Afro Beat Legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti Fact with Quotes

Fela Anikulapo Kuti fact focus on  a brief highlight of the Ebamieda himself. He died on 3rd of August, 1997. He was Human Rights fighter and activist. The founder of the Popular music genre Afrobeat, political rebel, multi talented instrumentalist, composer, and spirit on his own and he was a Nigerian.

 

Afro Beat Legend Fela Anikulapo Kuti Fact with Ouotes
Fela Anikulapo Kuti Fact

There are so many people in our generation  that don’t know and have a clear understanding of  the legendary Fela and his many fights for a better society through music. He did so much for his people and others. His music was a source of hope and solidarity for many during the apathied and military brutality. Nothing put you in a trance like Fela’s music. Fela anikulapo kuti fact also focus his fight and great personality. His music make you bold and confidence to stand up and fight. Fela is a legend, a sage and rugged fighter who never gave up fighting despite the oppression and assault melted on him.

 Fela Anikulapo Kuti Fact with Quotes

  • My people are scared of the air around them, they always have an excuse not to fight for freedom.
  • Music is a weapon, music is a weapon of the future.
  • Nigerian government is suffering from colo-mental.
  • International thief thief (ITT)
  • They leave sorry tears and blood.
  • Water no get enemies.
  • Only a patient man eat pomo when he is high.
  • The secret of life is to have no fear
  • As far as Africa is concerned music shall not be for enjoyment but for revolution
  • Mister follow follow.
  • Animal no teach me Human Rights cos Human Rights na my property
  • If it not fit to live in, then our jobs is to make it fit

26 Fela Anikulapo Kuti fact

He formed a political party, which he called my moments of the people.

His territory was invaded and destroyed by Nigerian military.

He was assaulted and harassed repeatedly but he continued to remain a supporter of Human Rights.

He had his political columns in the punch and daily time newspapers. In which he was fearless in writing his thoughts without restrictions.

He was released from prison by General Ibrahim Babangida after 20 months, which is  one year plus ten months.

In 1979 Fela Anikulapa kuti put himself up for Nigeria first presidency election.

Fela kuti was the pioneer of Afrobeat and he made it popular.

He was nominated for the  Grammy Award.

Fela anikulapo kuti was neither a Christian nor Muslim. He was a believer of every religion and fighter for peace and love.

Abamieda was a prophet. He said things and the came to past.

Fela had love for long blunt. He smoked only the large size.

His commune is referred as The African shrine

He was a multi instrumentalist, humans rights activist and political maverick.

Fela kuti songs were mostly in pidgin English, then few in his native dialect Yoruba.

He studied music at the Trinity college of music London.

Many legend and music stars have pay homage to deal, including  Beyonce,  Jay Z,  wyclef Jean who dedicated a track on his album to Fela Kuti

In Fela’s early life and career he played a fused of jazz and highlife

Fela released over 200 songs and many unleashed which his children have sample and release some so far.

Fela anikulapo kuti played saxophone, keyboard, electric guitar, trumpet and drums. He was  talented and iconic voice of his generation

Fela grand father was a clergyman he composed hymns in Yoruba for his local church.

Fela mother Oluwafummilayo Kuti was also an activist before her tragic death.

Every year fela is honour with a music concerts called felabration

He discovered black power movement through a lady called Sandra izodore

Fela was not a fan of foreign wears. He always appeared on stage with native pant and bare chest.

He always had many sexy and beaded dancers with him on stage when he performed.

Fela’s legacies still lives on.