I’m still puzzled about how Seun Kuti and Peter Psquare’s accord developed into a tribal battle.
We still have a long way to go as a country. bhas thoroughly embedded itself in everyone’s hearts.
Seun argued that his Grammy nomination had made him a greater artist than Peter, who had never gotten such accolades.
Peter questioned Seun’s music’s relevancy, arguing that “if not for Seun’s father, Afrobeat great Fela Kuti, who would have known him?”
IN MY OPINION, NO ONE IS SAFELY MADE. Seun was lucky to have Fela as a father, which has undoubtedly contributed to his success.
rating of a good musician, such as musical talent, originality, impact on the industry and cultural influence. Fela never received a Grammy award during his lifetime, but Tems just did If Grammy Nominations are Criteria For Rating A Good Musician, Then Tems Is Better Than Fela?