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Music Business: (Video) Seun Kuti Talks Nigeria’s Anti-Gay Law, IMF, and Lack of Knowledge Among Nigerians

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Seun Kuti has always been and remains a controversial figure both with the type of music he does and what he stands for. He was visiting the UK and recently sat with Factory 78 for an interview where he covers a range of topics including the IMF as we know it, the IMF in his latest song, Nigeria’s anti-gay law, the lack of inquisitiveness and knowledge on the part of Nigerians, and the business of music in general.

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-Uduak

Warning: Expletives used

Afrobeat star and concious music genius Seun Kuti flew into London for some press for his new song “IMF” . Factory78 tv caught up with him at Da Place in Woolwich London to speak to him about his latest music video, song and album.

Seun talked about the recent birth of his daughter,international policies affecting Nigerian daily lives, the Nigerian govt’s failure to keep its citizens safe against terrorist group Boko Haram,why he doesn’t do that many collabos with Afropop stars and the inspiration behind his latest body of work.

Watch this candid but very interesting interview with Seun Kuti right here on F78tv.

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