Femi Kuti At The SummerStage In New York

New Yorkers were treated to unending high energy Afrobeat music by the scion of late Afrobeat musician, Fela Anikulapo -Kuti today. Femi Kuti wowed New Yorkers with new and old signature tunes including classic Fela track "Water' for close to two hours at the annual Summer Stage music fiesta on Sunday.

Photos by Dayo Adegoke

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Femi Kuti performing...

Nigeria is gaining greater heights these days.
Femi Kuti's music is also aired on one of the US popular crime series - CSI New York. Couldn't believe when I heard it! Good of you, buddy!!!

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