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Playlist of Fela Kuti

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  • Fela Kuti - Water no get enemy

    9:54

    The Best of the Black President

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  • Fela Kuti - Teacher Dont Teach Me Nonsense

    1:18:56

    Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense LP (1986) Fela Kuti
    Songs include - Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense (Part 1 & 2) / Look And Laugh (Part 1 & 2) / Just like That



    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

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  • Fela Kuti - Beasts of No Nation

    28:21


  • Fela Kuti - Lady

    13:49

    Lady (1972) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Shakara (CD release 1997)
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    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

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    #fela #kuti #felakuti #afrobeat #Nigeria #lady

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  • Fela Kuti - Shakara

    13:26

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    Shakara - Fela Kuti

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    #fela #kuti #felakuti #afrobeat #Nigeria #Shakara

  • Fela Kuti- The Greatest Hits

    50:28

    fela kuti

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  • Fela Kuti - Beast of No Nation

    28:20

    Beast of No Nation (1989) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Beast of No Nation
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    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti - Shuffering and Shmiling

    21:36

    Suffer suffer for world....enjoy for heaven!

  • One Day - Fela Kuti

    4:19

    Using vocals from two Fela interviews, laid on the crescendo instrumental of Fela's Army Arrangement, this song is a part of the Dotun Plays With Fela Mixtape.

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  • Fela Kuti - Yellow Fever

    15:24

    Different different fever na him dey
    Different different fever na him dey
    Different different fever na him dey
    Different different fever na him dey

    Malaria fever nko? (e dey!)
    Jaundice fever nko? (e dey!)
    Hay fever nko? (e dey!)
    Influenza fever nko? (e dey!)
    Inflation fever nko? (e dey!)
    Freedom fever nko? (e dey!)
    Yellow fever nko? (e dey!)

    [Chorus]
    Na him dey bring the matter now e dey!

    Yellow fever nko? (ee dey!)

    [Chorus]
    Na him dey bring the matter now e dey!

    say tell them make them hear (You say!)
    All fever na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)
    Hay fever na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)
    Malaria na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)
    Jaundice na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)
    Influenza na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)
    Inflation na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)
    Freedom na sickness (You say!)
    Original sickness (You say!)

    Yellow fever nko? (You say!)

    [Chorus]
    Original and artificial e dey!

    Yellow fever nko? (You say!)
    One more...

    [Chorus]
    Original and artificial e dey!

    Bom bom bom, tell me now...

    Original catch you
    Your eye go yellow
    Your yansh go yellow
    Your face go yellow
    Your body go weak
    I say but later if you no die inside
    The yellow go fade away

    Artificial catch you
    You be man or woman
    Na you go catch am yourself
    Na your money go do am for you
    You go yellow pass yellow
    You go catch moustache for face
    You go get your double colour
    Your yansh go black like coal
    You self go think say you dey fine
    Who say you fine?

    [Chorus]
    Na lie, you no fine at all!
    At all, na lie!

    My sister, who say you fine?

    [Chorus]
    Na lie, you no fine at all!
    At all, na lie!

    Yellow fever

    [Chorus]
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach!


    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    African mother
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    Sissi wey dey go
    Yellow fever
    Stupid thing
    Yeye thing
    Fucking thing
    Ugly thing
    Yellow fever
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    African mother
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    Sissi wey dey go
    Yellow fever

    Now to the underground spiritual game
    Underground where dey down for school
    Over there for school, yes

    Where dey go say: teacher
    Oya!

    [Chorus]
    Teacher!

    Who steal my bleaching?
    My precious bleaching?
    I buy am for shopping
    For forty naira
    How I go yellow?
    How I go fine now?
    I go die o
    I go die o
    I go die o

    According to complaint
    Complaint must get answer
    I beg please, help me help teacher
    Oya, foolish
    Oya!

    [Chorus]
    Foolish!

    Who steal your bleaching?
    Your precious bleaching?
    You buy am for shopping
    For forty naira
    You self wan yellow
    How you go fine now?
    Your face go yellow
    Your yansh go black
    Your mustache go show
    Your skin go scatter
    You go die o
    You go die o
    You go die o
    You go die o

    [Chorus]
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach!

    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    African mother
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    Sissi wey dey go
    Yellow fever
    Stupid thing
    Yeye thing
    Fucking thing
    Ugly thing
    Yellow fever
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    African mother
    You dey bleach, o you dey bleach
    Sissi wey dey go
    Yellow fever

  • Fela Kuti Teacher Dont Teach Me Nonsense Live at Glastonbury Festival 1984

    34:30

    Afrobeat legend performing his hit Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense live!

  • Fela Kuti - Teacher Dont Teach Me Nonsense

    12:22

    Fela Kuti
    Teacher Don't Teach Me Nonsense

  • Fela Kuti and Afrika 70 - Zombie FULL ALBUM

    53:37

    Funk-infused political statement. Afrobeat.

    Artist: Fela and Afrika '70
    Album: Zombie
    Label: Coconut
    Year: 1976

    Tracklist:
    0:00 Zombie
    12:26 Mister Follow Follow
    25:24 Observation is no Crime
    38:50 Mistake

    Personnel:

    Composed, arranged and produced by Fela Anikulapo Kuti
    Lyrics by Wole Kuboye
    Artwork by Gharikwu Lemi

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti - vocals, tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, piano
    Lekan Animashaun - baritone saxophone
    Nwokoma Ukem - trumpet
    Tunde Williams - trumpet

    B. Osuhor - voclas
    F. Oladeinde - vocals
    F. Oladejo - vocals
    K. Oghomienor - vocals
    O. Osaeti - vocals
    R. Edasow - vocals
    S. Komolafe - vocals
    T. Adebiyi - vocals

    Okalue Ojeah - guitar
    Oghene Kologbo - tenor guitar
    Nweke Atifoh - bass guitar
    Ladi Tony Allen Alabi - drums

    Ayoola Abayomi - claves
    Babajide Olaleye - maracas
    Addo Nettey - congas
    Olandeinde Koffi - congas
    Shina Abiodun - congas

    Tracks 3 and 4 recorded live at The Berlin Jazz Festival (1978)


    Support the artist if you like the music. I do not own any of the songs.

  • Newen Afrobeat feat. Seun Kuti & Cheick Tidiane Seck - Opposite People

    13:50

    Luego de haber participado en el festival Felabration 2015, que se lleva a cabo en Lagos, Nigeria, y haber compartido con la familia Kuti, Newen Afrobeat se reencuentra con Seun en Chile en febrero del 2016, bajo el marco del festival Womad.
    Durante esos días se grabó esta sesión en La Makinita, interpretando una energética versión del tema Opposite People, con la colaboración de Cheick Tidiane Seck y algunos músicos de la legendaria banda Egypt 80.

    After participating in the 2015 Felabration festival, which is held in Lagos, Nigeria, and have shared with the Kuti family, Newen Afrobeat meets Seun in Chile, in February 2016, under the Womad festival.
    This session was recorded during those days in La Makinita, playing an energetic version of the song Opposite People, with the collaboration of Cheick Tidiane and some musicians from the legendary Egypt 80 band.

    FEATURED GUESTS
    Seun Kuti - Lead Vocals
    Cheick Tidiane Seck - Keyboards

    NEWEN AFROBEAT
    Francisca Riquelme - Backing vocals
    Francisca Castro - Backing vocals
    Macarena Rozic - Backing vocals
    Enrique Camhi - Trumpet
    Mauricio Sánchez - Trumpet
    Klaus Brantmayer - Alto sax
    Marcelo Morales - Tenor sax
    Cristóbal Dahm - Baritone sax
    Martín Concha - Electric guitar
    Sebastián Crooker - Electric guitar
    Alvaro Quintas - Bass
    Tomás Pavez - Percussions
    Alejandro 'El Galita' Orellana - Congas
    Roberto Gevert - Drums
    special Feat.
    Felipe 'Mr F' Echavarría - Keyboards

    EGYPT 80 FEAT.
    Okon Iyamba - Shekere
    Oladimeji Akinyele - Trumpet
    Samuel Ojo David - Tenor saxophone
    Adebowale Adewunmi - Baritone saxophone

    Recorded by Pablo Reyes on Estudios La Makinita, February 2016, Santiago de Chile
    Mixed by Álvaro Villalobos
    Produced by La Makinita and Lichens Family
    With the collaboration of and Womad Chile


    Registro Audiovisual - Malas Juntas
    Producción: La Makinita
    Realizador audiovisual: Camilo Carrasco Z.
    Cámara: Camilo Carrasco Z, Daniela Miranda, Alonso Carrasco
    Edición: Camilo Carrasco Z.

  • Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am - Fela Kuti

    12:03

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  • Felas burial

    10:24

    Mike Smada sings for his idol

  • Fela Kuti - International Thief Thief

    24:04

    Fela Kuti - International Thief Thief (I.T.T.) (1979) Fela Kuti
    From the LP I.T.T. (CD release 1997)


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti - O.D.O.O.

    31:55


  • Fela Kuti - Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake AM

    12:06

    Title: Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake AM
    Artist: Fela Kuti
    Album: Roforofo Fight / The Fela Singles
    Label: Wrasse
    CD Release: 2001
    (Roforofo Fight album originally released in 1972)



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  • Fela Kuti & Africa 70 - Pansa Pansa 1/2

    9:56

    One of the few pro-shot concerts of legendary musician Fela Kuti with his band Africa 70, playing for the jazz festival in Berlin, 1978. Fela was a social activist and leader who fought for freedom and justice in Nigeria. He died in 1997.

    DVD taken from Fela Kuti Anthology 2

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  • Fela Kuti - Gentleman

    14:42


  • Fela Kuti - ODOO

    32:12

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti & Egypt 80

  • Fela Kuti - Suffering And Smiling

    21:34

    Fela Anikulapo Kuti And The Afrika 70 ‎– Shuffering And Shmiling
    Country: Nigeria
    Released: 1978
    Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul
    Style: Afrobeat

  • Fela Kuti - Open and Close

    36:50

    Open and Close (LP) (1971) Fela Kuti
    Songs includes: Open And Close/ Suegbe And Pako / Gbagada Gbogodo
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    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti

    28:38

    I would like to acknowledge that this video is part of a much longer concert that was shot at Captain video in Paris in 1981 and David Niles was the director and editor, Captain video was also his venue/studio.
    Fela Kuti & Africa 70, Instrumental & 'Movement of the People', live in Paris, 1981
    I claim no ownership of any of the audio or video presented here.
    COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright law that might otherwise be infringing. Please support your favourite artists by buying their creative works through official outlets wherever possible.

  • Fela Kuti - Power Show

    18:07

    Live in Berlin - 1978

  • Sir Paul McCartney - Thoughts On Fela

    3:40

    The Official Fela Kuti Website ►
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    This is part of a series of videos presenting the salutations of celebrities on the occasion of what would have been Fela's 75th birthday. Also on this day, 15th October, Knitting Factory Records are releasing Red Hot + Fela, a compilation album featuring interpretations of Fela songs by a raft of top drawer artists. All profits from this album go towards combatting AIDS.

    Paul McCartney describes meeting Fela, his visit to the Shrine and his favourite Fela song.

    Red Hot is an AIDS awareness organisation currently partnering with Knitting Factory Records to present a collection of cross-genre collaborations representing rock, hip-hop, Americana, and classical for an album release of Fela Kuti compositions, 'RED HOT + FELA' (Knitting Factory, 15 October 2013). The release includes classic Fela anthems like Lady recorded by tUnE-yArDs, ?uestlove (The Roots), Angelique Kidjo and Akua Naru, Zombie recorded by Spoek Mathambo, Cerebral Cortex and Frown, Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am recorded by My Morning Jacket, Merrill Garbus (from tUnE-yArDs), and Brittany Howard (from Alabama Shakes) and Sorrow, Tears & Blood reworked by the Kronos Quartet along with TV On The Radio's Kyp Malone and Tunde Adembimpe.

    Red Hot + Fela now available on iTunes and Amazon, also on CD and Vinyl.

  • Fela Kuti - Teacher Dont Teach Me Nonsense

    25:49


  • Fela Kuti - Opposite people

    16:40

  • Fela Kuti - I. T. T.

    24:03

    Lyrics:

    International thief thief, I.T.T.
    International thief, I.T.T.
    International rogue
    Well, well, ha
    Well, well, ha

    Motherfuckers
    Bastard motherfuckers
    We yab dem, yeah
    Hurry up there, say, Yeah

    Well, well

    Well, well, na true I want talk again o
    Na true I want talk again o
    If I dey lie o
    Make Osiris punish me

    Make Ifa dey punish me o
    Make Edumare punish me o
    Make the land dey punish me o
    Make Edumare punish me o

    I read dem for book ee-o
    I see so myself ee-o
    Well-ee well-ee o
    Well, well, well, well

    Well, well, well, well
    Long time ago
    Long, long time ago
    Long time ago

    Long, long, long, long time ago
    African man we no dey carry shit
    We dey shit inside big big hole

    For Yoruba-land na Shalanga
    For Igbo-land na Onunu-insi
    For Hausa-land na Saluga
    For Gaa-land na Tiafi

    For Ashanti-land na Yarni
    For Ethiopia-land na Sagara-bet
    For Kagyu-land na Cho-Cho
    For Bemba-land na Chimbuzi
    For Tunga-land na Echibuzi

    Long, long, long, long time ago
    African man we no dey carry shit
    We dey shit inside big big hole

    Long time ago
    Long, long, long, long time ago
    Long, long, long, long time ago

    Before them come force us away as slaves
    During the time them come force us away as slaves
    Na European man, na him dey carry shit
    Na for them culture to carry shit

    During the time them come colonize us
    Them come teach us to carry shit
    Long, long, long, long time ago
    African man we no dey carry shit
    Na European man teach us to carry shit

    Say am, say am

    Many foreign companies dey Africa carry all our money go
    Many foreign companies dey Africa carry all our money go
    Them go write big English for newspaper, dabaru we Africans
    Them go write big English for newspaper, dabaru we Africans

    I read about one of them inside book like that
    Them call him name na I.T.T.
    I read about one of them inside book like that
    Them call him name na I.T.T.

    Them go dey cause confusion
    (Confusion)
    Cause corruption
    (Corruption)
    Cause oppression
    (Oppression)
    Cause inflation
    (Inflation)

    Oppression, oppression, inflation
    Corruption, oppression, inflation

    Them get one style wey them dey use
    Them go pick one African man
    A man with low mentality
    Them go give am million naira breads

    To become of high position here
    Him go bribe some thousand naira bread
    To become one useless chief

    Like rat they do them go do from
    Corner corner, pass-ee pass-ee
    Under under, pass-ee pass-ee
    Inside inside, pass-ee pass-ee

    In in, pass-ee pass-ee
    Out out, pass-ee pass-ee
    Peep peep, pass-ee pass-ee
    Up up, pass-ee pass-ee

    Then he gradually, gradually, gradually, gradually
    Then he gradually, gradually, gradually, gradually

    Them go be, friend friend to journalist
    Friend friend to Commissioner
    Friend friend to Permanent Secretary
    Friend friend to Minister
    Friend friend to Head of State

    Then start start to steal money
    Start start them corruption
    Start start them inflation
    Start start them oppression

    Start start them confusion
    Start start them oppression
    Start start to steal money
    Start start to steal money
    Like Obasanjo and Abiola

    International thief thief
    I.T.T.
    International rogue
    International thief
    We go fight them, well, well
    Well, well
    Well, well

    We don tire to carry anymore of them shit
    We don tire to carry anymore of them shit
    We don tire to carry anymore of them shit

    Well, well
    International thief thief

  • Fela Kuti - Perambulator

    14:37

    Stream/download Perambulator here:

    More info here:

    Despite being credited to Egypt 80, Perambulator - backed with Frustration - was almost certainly recorded in January or early February 1977, years before the formation of the band. On the original 1983 release, American trumpeter Lester Bowie, of the Art Ensemble of Chicago, was credited as guest soloist. Bowie stayed with Fela for a few weeks in January and February 1977 and the solo on the title track certainly sounds like him. Further evidence is provided by the lyrics for “Perambulator,” which are a humorous lampoon of incompetent, lazy government bureaucrats, who “perambulate” aimlessly and ineffectually, and waste public money on jollies such as trips to London to study British methods of refuse collection. By the 1980s, Fela’s lyric writing was angrier than this and it is near inconceivable that he would write a light-hearted lyric such as “Perambulator” after the army’s destruction of Kalakuta Republic in 1977.

    Full LP audio, with commentary from Afrobeat Historian Chris May, here:

  • Sorrow, Tears, and Blood - Fela Kuti - Legendado em PT-BR

    4:00

    Corte do documentario Música é a Arma, onde mostra um momento da história do fenomenal musico africando Fela Kuti
    @victor_asoares

    Letra (Ing):
    [Chorus]
    Hey yeah!

    Everybody run run run
    Everybody scatter scatter
    Some people lost some bread
    Someone nearly die
    Someone just die
    Police dey come, army dey come
    Confusion everywhere
    Hey yeah!

    Seven minutes later
    All don cool down, brother
    Police don go away
    Army don disappear
    Them leave Sorrow, Tears, and Blood

    [Chorus]
    Them regular trademark!

    Them leave Sorrow, Tears, and Blood
    Them regular trademark
    That is why

    [Chorus]
    Hey yeah!

    Everybody run run run...

    La la la la
    My people self dey fear too much
    We fear for the thing we no see
    We fear for the air around us
    We fear to fight for freedom
    We fear to fight for liberty
    We fear to fight for justice
    We fear to fight for happiness
    We always get reason to fear

    We no want die
    We no want wound
    We no want quench
    We no want go
    I get one child
    Mama dey for house
    Papa dey for house
    I want build house
    I don build house
    I no want quench
    I want enjoy
    I no want go
    Ah!

    So policeman go slap your face
    You no go talk
    Army man go whip your yansh
    You go dey look like donkey
    Rhodesia dey do them own
    Our leaders dey yab for nothing
    South Africa dey do them own

    Them leave Sorrow, Tears, and Blood...

    Ah, na so
    Time will dey go
    Time no wait for nobody
    Like that: choo, choo, choo, choo, ah
    But police go dey come, army go dey come
    With confusion
    In style like this:

  • Fela Kuti - Sorrow, Tears and Blood

    10:17


  • Fela Kuti- shakara

    13:55

  • Fela Kuti & Egypt 80 - Big Blind Country

    22:24

    live from Lagos Sunsplash - Lagos, Nigeria 1988

    you can find the mp3's below at this address

  • Fela Kuti - Fight To Finish

    7:24

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA in 1969.

  • Fela Kuti - O.D.O.O.

    31:55

    O.D.O.O. (Overtake Don Overtake Overtake) (1989) Fela Kuti
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    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Tony Allen teaches Tim Jonze how to drum Afrobeat

    3:34

    The legendary Fela Kuti drummer and inventor of Afrobeat attempts to teach the Guardian's Tim Jonze how to drum

  • Fela Kuti - V.I.P

    16:32

    Live in Berlin - 1978

  • No agreement. Fela Kuti. Por Surativa Parlante. Bogotá, Colombia

    10:43

    Surativa Parlante tocando la canción de Fela Kuti, No Agreement. Holofónica, Bogotá, Colombia. Octubre 4 de 2013. Surativa Parlante hace Afrobeat con sonidos cumbiamberos del sur nativo.

  • Fela Kuti - Who Are You

    9:31

    Recorded in Los Angeles, CA in 1969.

  • Fela Kuti - Yellow Fever

    15:23

    Yellow Fever (1976) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Yellow Fever (CD release 1997)


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti & De La Soul - Fela Soul Instrumentals HD

    37:44

    What do you get when you put together afrobeat legend Fela Kuti and rap pioneers De La Soul? You get Fela Soul; a musical tapestry created by Amerigo Gazaway. More than just a clever title, Fela Soul is a 33 minute journey into the world of afrobeat rhythms, funky horn riffs, and classic hip-hop gems. Using dozens of hand-picked samples from the Nigerian instrumentalist and political figure Fela Kuti, and 8 carefully-chosen acapellas from the Native Tongue rap trio De La Soul, Amerigo seamlessly intertwines the two into something completely new and original. 

    Download the full album here:


    Download the instrumentals here:


    Subscribe on Bandcamp for exclusives remixes, b-sides, sample packs, and more:

    Buy Fela Soul T-shirts, hoodies, etc here:

    Tracklist:

    01. Stakes Is High [Instrumental] 0:00
    02. Trouble In The Water [Instrumental] 5:48
    03. Oooh feat. Redman [Instrumental] 10:32
    04. Roc Co.Kane Flow feat. MF DOOM [Instrumental] 14:35
    05. Itzsoweezee [Instrumental] 17:00
    06. Interlude [Instrumental] 20:55
    07. Much More feat. Yummy Bingham [Instrumental] 21:19
    08. Breakadawn [Instrumental] 25:00
    09. Feel Good Inc. feat. The Gorillaz [Instrumental] 28:37
    10. Still Ego Trippin’ (Bonus Track) [Instrumental] 33:51

    Produced by Amerigo Gazaway
    Soul Mates 2011

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  • Fela Kuti - Lady

    13:50

    From the album The Best of the Black President

  • Fela Kuti - Power Show

    14:50

    Power Show (1981) Fela Kuti
    From the LP Original Sufferhead (CD release 2000)


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Wyclef Jean - Fela Kuti Remix feat. CRO

    2:57

    Wyclef Jean's official lyric video for Fela Kuti Remix from Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee (Deluxe Edition)

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  • Fela Kuti and The Africa 70 My Lady Frustration

    7:02

    Recorded in Los Angeles during 1969

  • Fela Kuti - Gentleman

    31:01

    Gentleman (LP) (1973) Fela Kuti
    Songs include Gentleman / Igbe (Na Shit) / Fe Fe Ne Eye Fe


    This video is part of a series of songs being posted on Fela's official YouTube channel ( each featuring, alongside the music, an informative commentary by Afrobeat Historian, Chris May.

    The entire catalogue, released on Kntting Factory Records, is available on the Fela website ( along with documentaries and recorded concerts, CDs and vinyl, tee shirts, posters and many other items.

  • Fela Kuti and The Africa ‘70 - Ariya

    10:19

    From 7’’ Fela Ransome-Kuti & The Africa '70 - Ariya (Part 1 & 2)”

    [ His Master's Voice - HNS 1531 (45 RPM) made by Record Manufacturers Nigeria Ltd. (R.M.N.L.) Nigeria, 1972 ]

    Tracklist:

    A - Ariya (Part 1)

    B - Ariya (Part 2)

    Record Company - EMI (Nigeria) Ltd.

  • Fela Kuti & Egypt 80 - O.D.O.O.

    39:44

    live from Lagos Sunsplash - Lagos, Nigeria 1988

    you can find the mp3's below at this address

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