Falz says he will be joining forces with Vector, the rapper, for a music project. 


The singer took to his Instagram page on Wednesday to speak on the upcoming project. 

In the live video session, Falz featured Vector who also agreed to the collaboration. 

“This is it. You heard it here first. Ladies and gentlemen, I wish to announce to you at this very moment that myself and Vector have come together and we will officially be giving you a collaborative project,” Falz said.


The music star added that the project is coming on the backdrop of his newly released single titled ‘Mr Yakubu‘. 

In the song, the rappers aimed a dig at the chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over the conduct of the 2023 general election. 

The song also triggered the #MrYakubuChallenge on social media.


In the challenge, users showcase their singing skills by covering the song or singing their favourite verse.

Speaking on the challenge, Falz said the top three entries will feature on his upcoming project with Vector. 

“Part B of this announcement is that three of the best entries on the Mr Yakubu challenge will be selected and all three people will feature on our collaborative project. Stay tuned for that,” he said during the session. 

Falz had revealed that the song captures his truth about the just concluded elections “without fabrication”.


“There’s absolutely nothing I am saying on this record or Vector is saying on this record that hasn’t occurred,” he added.

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