15 September 2018

Nigeria: My New Album Will Be Very Controversial - Falz

Falz TheBahdGuy says he is not ready to stop producing controversial songs after the release of his critically reviewed 'This Is Nigeria' hit which shook the foundation of the music industry.

The artiste who recently won an Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCA) in a recent interview, revealed that he is currently working on a music album where all the tracks will be as contentious and norm-breaking.

Falz said there is the need to tell stories through conscious music and he is set to take his controversial music to a new level.

"Right now I'm making a lot of controversial music. It's always going to be like that, people are always going to get angry when you make that sort of music but those stories need to be told," he said.

Falz said it is important for artists to project the truth in their songs and in the right direction, despite mixed reactions.

"People need to hear our voices; our voices need to be projected in the positive direction as artists. It is something I will continue to do, I'm working on a fully conscious album which is dropping very soon," he said.

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