It was their first time in Greece, the first time I saw them live.
It was my first time in a concert that I never stoped dancing for 2 hours, it was so simple but by the same time complicated, it was uplifting and deep, sexy and trance, it was a full experience. And when I heard the lyrics from day by day, with this unique passionate expression that only Femi has, I started crying, but it was an optimistic feeling.
There are so many things I want to say now about the motherland, the western world, the fights, the politicians. But I stand to Femi Kuti and his partners.
Africa must be very proud of them, Fela must be very proud of them and it's a hopeful sign for humanity that people still create, not only gadgets and rubbish, but art, that is speaking for the simpliest things that miss in our world: freedom, peace, equality, joy and love.
Thank you Femi, thank you Africa, we owe you.