Agberos International is the third album of Afropolitan Vibe group, Bantu following the release of the previous albums; Fufu (1996) and Bantu (2004). The album was released July 7, 2017.  

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Critic Reviews (5)

7.6
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Critical Consensus: Generally favorable.
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The Weekend Australian

09 Sep 2017
8.0
"BANTU expresses similar sociopolitical sentiments as it rails against past and present government corruption and injustices in Nigeria and across Africa. Its diatribes come dressed in an indubitably danceable cloak that doffs a cap to Nigeria and Am ...
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Omenka Online

28 Aug 2017
9.0
"The overall theme mainly political, makes it a jarring departure from the popular mainstream albums, as the call to action in each track is not just a dance invitation but a rousing of consciousness, politically and otherwise." ...
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Sabinews

23 Jul 2017
9.0
"Here is music that pays obeisance to legacies, starts conversations, gives instructions and ultimately instigate dance!" ...
3

OkayAfrica

12 Jul 2017
9.0
"Lyrically the album is political. It provides strong criticism of the Nigerian ruling class and harmful Western policies." ...
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Pulse.ng

12 Jul 2017
8.0
"Criticism is a dominant theme of the project, and it cuts across oppressive Western policies, the blind ruling class." ...

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Play Length:

51:39

Producer(s):

Aman Junaid

Format:

Digital Download, Standard CD

Tracklist:

1. Afropunk
2. Lagos Barbie
3. Ká Máa Dúpẹ́
4. Niger Delta Blues (feat. Tony Allen)
5. Má Kó Bámi
6. Ṣe Jẹ́jẹ́
7. Oní Tèmi (feat. Wana Wana)
8. Stori Plenti
9. Anything for the Boys
10. Ilé (Africa)

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