Folarin Falana, Nigerian Afropop singer, better known as Falz, has released the visuals for ‘Hypocrite’, the fourth track off his 2019 album, ‘Moral Instruction’.
In the close to 4 minutes footage, which was released on Sunday, April 7, Falz, in his usual manner, spoke about some of the widespread societal ills bedeviling Nigeria — from religious fanaticism, political issues, corruption, rigging during election, cultism and domestic violence.
Demmie Vee, singer and record producer, was on hand to bless us with the chorus that blended well with Falz’ message.
“People just dey do like say na dem be Jesus
People so wicked but they so religious
Who dey calculate
E no dey show the figures
Who dey demosnstrate wey dem run leave us
People too complain but they fear to speak up
You don’t want to die but nothing to live for
Christian and corrupt no suppose be mixture
Real mosu lo mi no suppose dey thief jor
Real talk no be fight rara
Everybody get fault for inside matter
We dey talk human right
We no be specter
Who are we to crucify the homosexuals?
Most of una don dey involved from time
But no be anybody business who you wan climb
You dey form gentle man when we dey with you
But you go still go home beat your wife to stupor,” Falz spilled in the first verse.
The video is directed by Prodigeezy.
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