Welcome to Kara-kata Afrobeat Society

As a registered non-profit, it’s our passion to serve, educate and bring people together in the community




Kara-Kata Afrobeat Society of Canada, a not for profit organization. We are a multicultural/multiethnic group inclusive of all people. The Kara-Kata Afrobeat Band comprises talented members that span a full multicultural spectrum and each brings their own musical talent and comes from different musical background. The diverse talents and backgrounds knit neatly into a tapestry of musical universe that reflects the very character and tenor of the Afrobeat music genre, created by our inspiration, Fela Kuti. Fela was a human rights and social justice warrior from Nigeria, the home country of our organization Founder and band leader, Toyin Kayo-Ajayi, who inspired people with his music and he still does to this day. Our annual Felabrate celebration is in conjunction with events all around the globe in October every year celebrating Fela’s life and music. Kara-Kata creates community events to bring all people together to share and educate about African culture. We organize and create community outreach and farm projects in Canada and Nigeria for the empowerment and sustainability of the African community.

See our Kara-Kata Africa Village and Projects pages for more info.



Kara-Kata Afrobeat Society of Canada empowers and uplifts the African-Canadian community and Africans worldwide through the celebration and sharing of African culture, and through the creation of sustainable economic opportunity with farm skills and agricultural training for farming in Canada and Africa.