Posted by News Express | 22 July 2020 | 911 times
The legendary Afrobeats king, Fela Anikulapo Kuti died about twenty three years ago.
Since his death, many Nigerian artistes have tried to fill in the gap, but the shoes left behind by the founder of Egypt 80 Band seem too large to wear.
But some young artistes tend to be coming up very strong towards that direction of being another Fela.
The names that readily come to mind are Burna Boy, Naira Marley and Falz.
The question is, who among these three musicians is the Fela of this generation?
Below are some of the numerous answers given about this trending question on the social media:
“Naira Marley is the young Fela. Burna Boy is the adult Fela. Falz is the old Fela. Three different vibes.” — keojinmah
“None of the above is qualified.” — iamosegieyoung
“Ask Google” — efizymoney
“We are having International and a local Fela there” — dadi_dread
“All of them” — weightlossbykiki
“So what happens to their own identity?” — marvelous_pro
“This una question get K-leg” — guzzoro
“It’s disrespectful and ridiculous to compare them with Fela” — jibson_himself
“Burna Boy (character), Marley (lyrics), Falz...” — mc_joshfad
“It’s me bro cos am coming out the original Afrobeats talent. Watch out for my EP titled R.O.F (Road to Fame)” — kingomoh_official
“By speaking is @falzthebahdguy, by attitude are @nairamarley and @burnaboygram” — educatedmarlians
“Burna B = Fela beats. Naira M = Fela weed. Falz = Fela lyrics” — ikrancis
“Even Fela’s kids can’t be like him, not to talk of these ones. No replica of Fela in the world for now.” — Iankardman.
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