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Zuma Songs

by Mahala High Five Brigade / 21.03.2014

As we celebrate Human Rights Day by having the day off to go surfing, or shopping, eating Spur, or sleeping, who better to soundtrack the next 24 hours than famous Nigerian human rights activist and notorious zombie chaser Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti! His  brilliant bit of Afrobeatery we feel is in special ode to, ahem, certain, of our most honourable president, who must be feeling a little put-upon of late and who probably needs cheering up as he likely won’t be spending his Human Rights Day poolside at Nkandla.

Sing along now:

“So I waka waka waka
I go many places
I go government places
I see see see
All the bad bad bad things
Them dey do do do”

Inspired by Fela, and Zuma (and some liqua), we then put together a mix tape to help keep our Human Rights rocking strong (for at least one day). Turn it up!

* Culture – Election

* Thomas Mapfumo & The Black Unlimited – Corruption

* Lucky Dube – Respect

* Tiken Jah Fakoly & Awadi – Quitte le puvoir

Have a Happy Human Rights Day – Love A Human!

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  1. Choco Litman says:

    Through jesus christ our lord! Amen! Amen! Amen!
    by the grace of almighty allah! Amen! Amen! Amen!

    Fela Kuti The Don Dada!

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  2. Gerhard says:

    Guys, I fink ur idea not freeky by the the slightest and I like it a lot, BUT good old Fela was certainly a bit more ambiguous. Changing forever, just like your mood would constantly change if you smoked as much dagga, as he did. Anyway, when he released “Coffin for Head of State” in 1981 he had long since changed his name, among others rejecting what he called the “slave name” part of it, ‘Ransome’, and wishing to be known as Fela Anikulapo Kuti, plain and simple.

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