‘Moral Instruction’, the fourth album of Folarin ‘Falz’ Falana which is heavy on socio-political commentary is achieving what its creators intended; conversation.

The nine-track album, released on Tuesday, has given life to new debates and discussions about transactional sex, feminism and same sex relationships in Nigerian.

On the record, the multi-talented entertainer talks about wide ranging topics; from bad governance to corruption, cyber crime to prostitution and jungle justice to religion.

Following its release, the rapper has earned praise, criticism, and certainly new fans.

This is how some Nigerians reacted on Twitter.

Some fans believe Falz has laid a marker for other artistes to follow:

While some fans praised the creative direction of the album, some were not keen on some of his views — and they didn’t hold back their frustrations:

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