Talented Nigerian musician, Falz has released his first music video for 2019 titled ‘Talk’. The song’s directed at the 2019 Presidential candidates.
Falz, real name Folarin Falana is renowned for his rap dexterity and ability to blend diverse indigenous language with foreign languages.
In his new song, ‘Talk’ he discusses the hypocritical standpoint of politicians in the country and further discussed the ills of the society.
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The video was directed by Prodigeezy, who also behind the delectable ‘sweet boy’ project in 2018. ‘Talk’ is the first single off the singer’s forthcoming 4th studio album, Moral Instruction. According to the singer, furthermore, he would be unveiling the discrepancies of the society.
The lyrics of the song addressed some divisive topics such as the MURIC association that sued Falz in 2018, over the content of his song ‘This is Nigeria’. Furthermore, he spoke against the senators, the National Youth Service Corp, NYSC officials and the spiritual leaders in the country.
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Watch the full video below.
The video has been trending on the internet and numerous social media users have taken to their accounts to react to the content of the video.
Check out some of the tweets below.
“Poor man steal for market, you set fire for hin body”— IG: Omope Abdul Azeez (@Iam_Abdulaxis) January 11, 2019
“Rich man steal money, you dey hail am like dummy”
Typical life of many Nigerians.
More to come January 15 as Falz plan to release an album — Moral Instruction.
#Talk by Falz is another woke song.— Justin Ifeanyi |🇳🇬 (@Eastcoastprince) January 11, 2019
The Fact that Falz can shake tables with fear is just amazing.
He talked about MURIC
NYSC Minimum wage..
Thank God we have people that can speak the truth!!👌
Sir Falz just casted you.— Angel Allen🇳🇬🇱🇷||Qwerty Alliance (@Ahllen_) January 11, 2019
He said you have a 4 year tenure, and 3 year holiday pic.twitter.com/LUwGUOcrLi
This Falz vs Muric saga just shows that if you know your right in this country and you are ready to stand on it, nobody can ride you— Jimi (@1DJPowerPlay) January 11, 2019
But then, This is Nigeria still
They can beat you on top your right and still win you in court 😭😭😭