Femi Koya Live at MTN Bushfire 2017

Femi Koya Live at MTN Bushfire 2017

The new face of the African Renaissance, Femi Koya, widely known as Olufemi, brought  his message of African unity to Bushfire this year. Femi celebrates Africa’s love of life with infectious dance numbers that bring fans to their feet wherever be performs. With musical influences that include Fela Kuti, Bob Marley, Manu Di Bango, Hugh Masekela, Baaba Maal and Salif Keita, Femi “makes music about this homecoming and what the future holds if Africans unite. This is our destiny.”

MTN Bushfire, took place in Swaziland from May 26th – 28th 2017, it is Africa’s largest and most inclusive world music festival. Named Africa’s Top Festival by the BBC and by CNN as one of the 7 African must-attend festivals, with a range of incredibly talented and loved artists from across African and the world – all of whom performed on the MTN Bushfire main stage.

The MTN Bushfire 2017 line-up is arguably the most exciting, dynamic and global list to date – including African legend Hugh Masekela, South African global exports GoodLuck, Kwesta, Reason and Matthew Mole, pan-African stars such as Jah Prayzah, Faada Freddy, Chico Antonio, Femi Koya, and Jojo Abot, along with a host of acts close to home and from across the globe.

Photography: SunJohn Photography

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