Falz Follows Father And Fela Legacies In New Release-Talk

Falz is back with a bang as he releases new single, Talk. Check #talk on twitter and trend. But before that, let's discuss.

Folarin Falana popularly known as Falz the Badt guy has just dropped a single titled, Talk. Falz isn’t leaving the headlines anytime soon. Just two days ago, he was on the headlines for all the wrong reasons. Several twitter hashtags mocked his relationship with Simi claiming it was a fluke and that he was played all along.

This time, his fans have thronged onto Twitter singing his praises. It is not unrelated to what the lyrics of his song teach. Falz, son to Human rights activist has sung his father’s words. Let’s explain this.

Femi Falana had always spoken out against bad governance, corruption and the ills of the society and his son seems to be following in his father’s footsteps. However, this time, he does it in style-songs, in like manner with the progenitor of Afrobeat in Nigeria, Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

Femi Falana had always spoken out against bad governance, corruption and the ills of the society and his son seems to be following in his father’s footsteps. However, this time, he does it in style-songs, in like manner with the progenitor of Afrobeat in Nigeria, Fela Anikulapo Kuti.

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Just as the songs of the Afrobeat King remains evergreen in our hearts. So also will those of Falz in several years to come. Talk speaks about several ills in the society, ranging from poor leadership in the country to that in church. Infact, a phrase in the song reads thus:


Three private jets you say you buy am for church But your congregation no dey fly am of course.
Poor man thief for market you set fire for hin body.
Big man thief money we dey hail am like dummy…
we dey suffer we dey smile we dey fear to talk


Recall that the sensational music artiste had also released a similar song last year. ‘This is Nigeria’ was released on Independence Day sharing similarities with Danny Glover’s ‘This is America’. It employed the American’s style in telling the Nigerian story. It talks about corruption, insecurity, kidnapping and the vices suffered in the society.
Let’s keep our hearts to what Falz expresses in this new song and enjoy it.

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