Nubiyan Twist & Seun Kuti – Carry Me –
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Nubiyan Twist & Seun Kuti – Carry Me

Nubiyan Twist & Seun Kuti – Carry Me

‘Carry Me’ by Nubiyan Twist featuring Seun Kuti, a significant figure in modern Afrobeat, has been released as part of their highly anticipated album ‘Find Your Flame’. The collaboration, a stroke of serendipity at Glastonbury 2022, marries Nubiyan Twist’s eclectic style with Kuti’s commanding presence, resulting in a robust summer anthem.

Originating as a live performance piece, ‘Carry Me’ evolved into a studio track that explores the emotional weight of parental sacrifices. The song lyrically delves into the trials faced by parents under economic strain, paying tribute to the quiet strength and resilience of these everyday heroes. Band leader Tom Excell credits the inspiration for ‘Carry Me’ to personal reflections on the silent battles waged by parents, including his partner, against a backdrop of economic and social challenges.

The track not only aligns with Nubiyan Twist’s reputation for floor-filling Afrobeat but also highlights their versatility in blending various musical genres. With recent successful singles like ‘So Mi Stay’ and ‘Lights Out’ featuring Nile Rodgers gaining traction on prominent music platforms, Nubiyan Twist continues to expand their musical landscape.

As ‘Carry Me’ garners acclaim, Nubiyan Twist is set to embark on an extensive 20-date tour across the UK and Europe, bringing their dynamic sounds to a wider audience. This track is poised to be a standout in their rich catalog, emphasizing their unique ability to craft songs that are both deeply personal and universally resonant.

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