Funky Friday Song of the Day- Fela Anikulapo Kuti

Fela Kuti…king of Afrobeat.
I love everything about his music. The 1st time I heard him was in the 80’s along with King Sunny Ade on radio station CKLN, or was it CFNY..not sure. Nonetheless it changed my life, for the better. It opened my spirit up to African music and I feel it deep in my soul.
Zombie is a favorite of mine
In his honour, AFRODELIK has created a unique tshirt, celebrating the king of Afrobeat.
You can view and purchase your own AFRODELIK FELA Womens tee HERE

Funky Friday Song of the Day- D’Angelo

WELCOME BACK D’ANGELO! We are so happy that you’ve graced us with more amazing music.
In celebration of this man’s first album in 14 years: Black Messiah, I elect D’Angelo as this week’s Afrodelik Funky Friday Song of the Day. He is a true ambassador of tha funk…you know that nasty stanky funk
I first heard D’Angelo perform “Sugar Daddy” for the 1st time on the BET awards in 2012. It was unforgettable

Funky Friday Song of the Day- Labelle

Labelle…how do I describe my love for thee?
They come from the planet Funkensty, where you wear the most amazingly outrageous outfits and belt out the sweet nectar of smooth funk ‘n soul, whilst being beautiful, sexy, and sing like there’s no tomorrow
Patti Labelle, Sarah Dash and the amazing Nona Hendryx….Ladies U is FIYAH!

Funky Weekend Song of the Day- Graham Central Station


Undoubtedly, one of the most funkiest bands ever
Graham Central Station know how to bring it DOWN to the nastiest rawness of what is FUNKY
This song brings me to “Church”, and I am a dedicated member of THIS congregation
If your feet don’t move to this tune…I don’t know what will

Friday Funk Song of the Day

The Brothers Johnson…what can I say? They look all plain and all but damn they can get down…smoothly.
This group and this song are definitely memories of my Soul Train days….doin’ the bump and really feelin’ my body move, and I’m pretty sure I’ve heard this tune in several film soundtracks. Doesn’t it sound familiar?
I love dancing to this tune!

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