Music show: Keziah Jones and Qudus Onikeku on blurring genres, styles and moods

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Blufunk legend #KeziahJones, who became a global #superstar at the turn of the 1990s after he was noticed busking in the streets of #Paris and London, is back in the French capital to take part in a series of artistic events at the Pompidou Centre over the next three weeks. Along with choreographer Qudus Onikeku, a fellow Lagos native, Jones popped by the FRANCE 24 studios to tell us more about the “Fly by Night” event that celebrates African art, dance and music with creatives from Nigeria, Rwanda and DR Congo.

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