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kuti

(ɡuːˈðiː)
n
1. (Animals) a female dog; bitch
2. derogatory a woman or girl regarded as unpleasant or contemptible
[C21: Hindi]
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Kindred spirits: Joni Mitchell, Fela Kuti, Tune-Yards
Femi Kuti, Allen Toussaint and Monty Alexander are among the headline acts confirmed for Brecon Jazz 2011.
Seun Kuti - From Africa With Fury: Rise THE youngest musical son of Nigerian Afrobeat pioneer Fela, Seun Kuti is beginning to enjoy as much international success as his older brother Femi, and his appeal is likely to broaden even further with this latest release.
FEMI KUTI IS AN AFROBEAT MUSICIAN AND SON OF THE LEGENDARY FELA KUTI.
Dincer also held talks with Kenyan Minister for Livestock Development Mohamed Abdi Kuti.
Summary: LAGOS: Femi Kuti takes the stage and launches into his politically tinged music the same way his father used to, carrying on a tradition some say represents the best of Nigeria 50 years after independence.
Richard Kuti, a student at London South Bank University, has been named Real World Magazine's Student Personality of the Year for his many accomplishments, including being elected president of his students' union.
The show, co-produced by Smith and Jay-Z, is about a late Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti and features an iconic picture of the singer's Nigerian nightclub as a backdrop.
Al Jazeera talks to one of Africa's biggest stars, Femi Kuti, and up-and-coming Nigerian singer Nneka, both of whom are bringing their unique brand of pop to the countryside.
Yadav is on the fast at Brahamachari Kuti in Jaleshwor, demanding action against the persons involved in the murder of party's district vice chair Ram Ekwal Yadav, establishment of peace in the country and timely drafting of constitution.
GROWING UP IN NIGERIA WITH FELA KUTI FOR A SPIRIT GUIDE
Employees performed as Tina Turner, Bob Marley and the band Guns & Roses, and as African performers such as Fela Anikulapo Kuti and Bailly Spinto.