With Nigerian rapper Falz, it is more than safe to say that an apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.The son of popular human rights lawyer, Femi Falana keeps doing a great job by using his music and creativity to expose the state of the nation.
Folarin Falana set the ball rolling with ‘This is Nigeria’, a cover of Childish Gambino’s ‘This is America’, a song which was received both locally and internationally.
However, Falz hasn’t stopped there, as he just created another bombshell ‘Talk’, which analyses in less than 4mins, the lapses of the present administration and the decadence in the country.
The video which was released on January 11th, has stirred a hot conversation on social media, with many Nigerians hailing the musician for taking off from where Fela Kuti, the late Afrobeat legend stopped
e reactions below
Among all the Nigerian music artists of our time, @falzthebahdguy is one person I will always respect, for his creativity and conscious over the socio-political issues in Nigeria. He is more than an artiste. We dance to his songs and also learn from them.#Talk by #Falz
— Bello Shagari (@Belshagy) January 11, 2019
Falz the badt guy! The objectivity of this song is amazing! Things like these reminds me of Fela; using music to deal with social and political matters. #Talk
— Testimony Tobi Segun (@evertestimony) January 11, 2019
Fela dropped the mic, Falz picked the mic
— Master Victor 🔨 (@DaddyTheBoy) January 11, 2019
Falz at it again!! Mad Jam, bitter truth, this is the kinda artiste we want in this country, straight lyrics that a baby could understand not the third party perspective shii..
MUNRIC, BUHARI, 606 arrest, Saraki, NYSC fireeeee by omo falana….
— Learner (@sonoftheVC) January 11, 2019