Adegoke Odukoya, better known as Adé Bantu (born 13 July 1971 in Wembley, London), is a Nigerian-German musician, producer and activist. He is best known as the founder of the Afro-German musical collective and NGO Brothers Keepers and as the front man of the 12 piece band Bantu. He received the Kora Award (the Pan-African equivalent of the Grammy) for his album “Fuji Satisfaction” in 2005.
In Friday’s programming, he features musicians Adunni & Nefertiti, Dabyna Poll-Abraham and Aramide.
Adunni & Nefertiti are a Nigerian singing and performance group.
Dabyna describes himself as “the bridge linking the past, present and future of rock ‘n’ roll”.
Aramide is an award winning Afro-Soul singer, songwriter and guitarist from Lagos.