To answer the title: He's an Igbo chieftain from Eastern Nigeria who
produced eight funky, spacey, handsomely strange synth-disco LPs in the
late Seventies and Eighties before embracing Christianity and ditching
his career. The catalog gets cherry-picked here for a killer party mix
that combines Fela Kuti's extended-groove trance states and soulman
call-and-response vocals with old-school drum machines and synths. And
songs like "Why Go to War" and "Atomic Bomb" suggest he's probably still
a hell of a preacher.