The youngest son of the Afrobeat legend Fela Kuti is as incensed by injustice and inspired by greatness as his father ever was. Now, with his mighty new album Last Revolutionary, the Lagos-based scion honours the revolutionaries who’ve gone before and rallies the torchbearers to come. Last Revolutionary is the fourth studio recording by Seun Kuti and Egypt 80, the extraordinary dance orchestra created by Fela Kuti as a conduit for the common people, renamed (from Africa 70) to reflect black African origins in ancient pharaonic civilisation and inherited by the 14-year-old Seun in 1997, the year that Fela passed away. The younger Kuti has been building to this, his most passionate, accomplished and honest album yet. In the three years since releasing the acclaimed A Long Way To The Beginning - which, like Last Revolutionary, was co-produced by the Grammy-winning jazz pianist Robert Glasper - Seun has grown as an artist, an activist and a man.