Globetrotting DJ Jeremy Sole drops by Morning Becomes Eclectic, bringing us a short conversation with musician Seun Kuti, who leads the band Egypt 80 founded by his father, Afro beat pioneer Fela Kuti. Seun also debuted an exclusive track, an epic live version of "Slave Masters," just recorded at Mateel Community Center in Redway, California.
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