Falz has released another single titled “Talk” with a corresponding visual to drive the interpretation of the tune.
The video, just like his “This Is Nigeria” released last year is a socially conscious one and it highlights majority of the issues Nigeria is facing.
From foreign travel by politicians, to internet scam, the battle between the country’s strongest political parties, laziness among the youth, the issue of religious leaders living a luxurious lifestyle at the expense of their members, among others.
He also took a swipe at Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), who had threatened to sue him for having having hijab-wearing dancers dancing to Shaku Shaku.
The video starts with a young boy setting up his video game. He has to choose between “Save Nigeria,” “Relocate to Yankee,” and “Join Gang”.
He chooses “Save Nigeria” and the story continues.
In all the scenarios portrayed, Falz comes in to save the situation. The track highlights the disparity between people’s words and their actions/lifestyle.
The song ends with these lines:
We dey suffer, We dey smile
We dey fear to talk, My people no get job
My people no get work
These days we no know if authority dey for office
Because the yawa wey we see no be the security wey you promise
And the cup e don full, we don tire for all the rubbish
All the punishment, Na me talk am oh
Falz drops new album titled – Moral Instruction on the 15th of January, 2019.
Watch video below: