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Fela Kuti, Sorrow, Tears and Blood, 1977
Powerful original afrobeat from the master Fela Kuti. "Fela wrote the title track of this album as a response to the Soweto Uprising of 1976 in which thousands of South African students protested the forced teaching of Afrikaans, the colonial language of Apartheid. During the uprising and the ensuing riots, hundreds of students were killed. The song calls out killings that have gone on in the name of authority and totalitarian rule as well as the instruments of repression of colonial Africa – the police and the army. In this way the song indirectly references the brutality that Fela and his family have experienced in the series of raids on his family compound, the Kalakuta Republic. The musical composition parallels the somber tone of the lyrics; focused and direct, the track avoids the bombastic funk of many of Fela’s compositions." - Fela.net official.
Wife jailed for murder of husband (Ex PDP Chairman’s son) alongside Mom & Brother
Maryam Sanda, was reportedly handed a prison sentence after she was docked alongside her mother and brother for allegedly murdering ex-PDP chairman’s son, Mohammed Bello.
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@oyesholz needed a nice earring for a wedding and slid into the DM. I was able convince her on picking these particular one because they would match her outfit. Swipe right to see her 😊. Doesn't she look stunning?
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