The just ended Life Is Eazi Culture Fest which took place at the RoundHouse, London saw many fans from different places supporting African music. It is quite amazing how the newest sensation has taken over the African music scene both at home and in the diaspora.
In most of Mr Eazi’s interviews, he always acknowledge the all time finest Fela Kuti as a major influence to the kind of music he does.
Fela Anikulapo Kuti lived greater part of his life on earth as a multi-instrumentalist, composer and a performer. He is also heavily recognised as a human rights activist.
At Mr Eazi’s Life Is Eazi Culture Fest he honoured the legend in style.
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— Stephen Budd (@stephenbudd) 23 September 2017
The piece with the painted bodies, African fashion and Movement Is a Conceptual Exhibition CREATED by @linekovie x @dkfash called ESSENCE. They’re creative artists who came together to do a line of exhibitions, and have various events coming up. The piece was to CELEBRATE the Magic and melanin of black women and highlight FELA in relation to music and dance. The full details can be found here.