With Nigerian rapper Falz, it’s more than protected to say that an apple doesn’t fall removed from the tree.The son of standard human rights lawyer, Femi Falana retains doing an important job by utilizing his music and creativity to reveal the state of the nation.
Folarin Falana set the ball rolling with ‘That is Nigeria’, a canopy of Infantile Gambino’s ‘That is America’, a track which was obtained each domestically and internationally.
Nonetheless, Falz hasn’t stopped there, as he simply created one other bombshell ‘Speak’, which analyses in lower than 4mins, the lapses of the current administration and the decadence within the nation.
The video which was launched on January 11th, has stirred a hot dialog on social media, with many Nigerians hailing the musician for taking off from the place Fela Kuti, the late Afrobeat legend stopped
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Amongst all of the Nigerian music artists of our time, @falzthebahdguy is one individual I’ll at all times respect, for his creativity and aware over the socio-political points in Nigeria. He’s more than an artiste. We dance to his songs and likewise be taught from them.#Talk by #Falz
— Bello Shagari (@Belshagy) January 11, 2019
Falz speaks the reality, absolutely the fact. Fela would have been so happy with this jam #Talk
— KING 👑 (@DanSholz_) January 11, 2019
Falz the badt man! The objectivity of this track is superb! Issues like these jogs my memory of Fela; utilizing music to cope with social and political issues. #Talk
— Testimony Tobi Segun 🇳🇬🇳🇬 (@evertestimony) January 11, 2019
Fela dropped the mic, Falz picked the mic
— DADDY THE BOY (@DaddyTheBoy) January 11, 2019
Falz at it once more!! Mad Jam, bitter fact, that is the kinda artiste we would like on this nation, straight lyrics child may perceive not the third social gathering perspective shii..
MUNRIC, BUHARI, 606 arrest, Saraki, NYSC fireeeee by omo falana….
— Learner (@sonoftheVC) January 11, 2019
Falz summarized all it is advisable find out about President Buhari’s administration in three:28minutes music video.
— Kemi Ariyo (@d_problemsolver) January 11, 2019