I am still curious as to how the agreement between Seun Kuti and Peter Psquare devolved into a tribal conflict.
As a country, we still have a long way to go. bhas deeply ingrained itself in the hearts of everyone.
Seun claimed to be a better musician due to his Grammy nomination, compared to Peter who has never received such recognition.
Peter derided the relevance of Seun’s music, claiming that “if not for Seun’s father, Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti, who would have known him?”
Nobody is safe made. Seun was fortunate to have Fela as a father and that has certainly helped bring him recognition and successful partly because of his famous father, but that doesn’t make his talent any less real. Using this as an insult is foolish.
On the other hand, the Grammy Awards and nominations are not the only criteria for rating a good musician. While the Grammy Awards are a widely recognized and respected recognition of musical excellence, there are many other factors that can contribute to the 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?
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