KUKU: The Yoruba Music Medicine Man
KUKU: American born Lagos Nigeria bred singer-songwriter KUKU bridges the gap between his Yoruba roots and the western world. His haunting, rootsy sounds and conscious songwriting is often mentioned in context with some of his diverse influences such as Terry Callier, Fela Kuti, … Following years of odd jobs, serving in the United States Army, and attaining his university degree, KUKU launched his music career in the early 2000s with a series of independent releases, Love Sessions EP (2005), Unexpected Pleasures (2006), and The Absence of Cool (2007), and Love in a Time of Hope & Recession (2009). He toured in the US college and university scene, coffee houses, and busked extensively on street corners notably the Alexandria, Virginia boardwalk.
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