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Sunday, January 06, 2019

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In 2017, Femi Kuti broke the world record for the longest single note on a saxophone note set in 1997 by Kenny G - the record stood at 45mins 37 secs. Femi Kuti did 46mins 38secs...

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  1. And I saw this man in my dream last night! I was at an event that I was the coordinator, it was a very big event, I even spoke to him and his brother, we discussed about his brother Grammy nomination and some other things.
    The dream was so real..

  2. Awesome! So proud.

  3. I just searched google, wikipedia etc. and this man's name isn't there. What Kenny G did in 1997 is still upheld as the

    1. Learn! Wikipedia is not an academic source of information. When I say academic, I mean it is not an authoritative source for scientific reference like this one.

    2. Funny enough, someone else broke the record after Kenny G and the saxophonist who was holding the record tweeted at Femi to congratulate him after he broke the record. It was done live in front of an audience at the shrine. He had repeatedly tried and failed at 30s and 40s. The day after he broke the Kenny G record was the day he knew of the new record and weeks later he broke that too. I was there at the shrine live. He applied his mind to it, practised and worked hard at it. He said he just wanted to prove that it can be done despite the environmental limitations.


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