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Terra Kulture
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Landmark Beach
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Orile Restaurant
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Circa Lagos
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New Afrika Shrine
Lagos

Explore Lagos with Kida Kudz

Afrobeats singer-songwriter Kida Kudz originally hails from Ibadan, Nigeria but moved to the UK as a teenager. Growing up between cultures has deeply informed his musical style, with the father of Afrobeats Fela Kuti and American rap legend Lil Wayne being his biggest idols as a teen. London’s grime scene has also inspired Kudz’ sound which he labels as ‘AFROJIGGY.’ Make sure to keep an eye out for his mixtape TOP MEMBA which drops July 9th.


Read below to see his favourite places to go out, eat and experience culture in Lagos, Nigeria.

Afrobeats singer-songwriter Kida Kudz originally hails from Ibadan, Nigeria but moved to the UK as a teenager. Growing up between cultures has deeply informed his musical style, with the father of Afrobeats Fela Kuti and American rap legend Lil Wayne being his biggest idols as a teen. London’s grime scene has also inspired Kudz’ sound which he labels as ‘AFROJIGGY.’ Make sure to keep an eye out for his mixtape TOP MEMBA which drops July 9th.


Read below to see his favourite places to go out, eat and experience culture in Lagos, Nigeria.

Terra Kulture

I love the ambience here, it’s literally full of culture and the hospitality is like none other. If you’re looking for Palmwine, Terra Kulture is the spot!

Landmark Beach

I love the view of the ocean. I come here often to take a walk on the beach side and clear my head. It helps me meditate.

The food at "TRUTH", one of the spots at Landmark beach is also amazing. If you go there you have to get the platter, you get so many tasty options and can choose between the seafood or the beef platter.

Orile Restaurant

They serve the best Nigerian dishes here, it’s like a home away from home. I especially love their starters… ALL OF THEM! I would definitely recommend the Ram Roll and Puff Puff - it’s not a meal that you get everywhere.

Circa Lagos

Come for the cocktails… stay for more! My favourite is the Fruit Punch (mocktail), I have it every time. The Okoloko is also a Top Memba on their menu for sure!

They play great music and have a playlist which you can listen to when you want to experience those vibes from home.

New Afrika Shrine

My favourite thing about New Afrika Shrine is the heritage and culture, it’s everywhere from the music, the locals and the roadside meals - it’s simply inspiring, a real taste of Nigeria.