Femi Kuti unites the world with his 10th studio album

Afro music icon Femi Kuti, has set a new record after the release of his 10th studio Album, which he titled ‘One People One World’.

After releasing a track from the album, the Afrobeat star, Femi Kuti has finally unveiled his album to the world.

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In an online chat with RazzleDazzle, Femi urges his fans to check out the album, adding that it is not just a compilation of songs, but a message to everyone who lives on the surface of the earth.

The album was officially released on February 23, and Femi Kuti spoke on the masculinity of the African man in his tracks. ‘One People One World’ is a 12 track album which he recorded with his Positive Force band.

The album is distributed around the country by Chocolate City Music. Some of the tracks include, ‘Africa Will Be Great Again’, ‘Best to Live on the Good Side’, ‘One People One World’, ‘Na Their Way Be That’ and so many others.

Femi Kuti who broke the World record for the longest single note held on a saxophone at the New Africa Shrine last year is set to reach out to the world again through this new album.
Born Olufela Olufemi Anikulapo Kuti (16 June 1962) Femi Kuti, is a Nigerian musician born in London and raised in Lagos. He is the eldest son of afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti and a grandchild of a political campaigner, women’s rights activist and traditional aristocrat Funmilayo Ransome Kuti.
The World record for the longest single note held on a saxophone was previously first set in December, 1997 by legendary saxophonist Kenny G when he held an E-Flat for over 45 minutes 37 seconds. Femi did 46mins 38seconds.
This record breaking event was witnessed by a large audience that included Sen. Ben Murray-Bruce, the deputy high commissioners of Netherlands and The United Kingdom.

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