Eccentric rapper, Falz ThaBadtguy, has revealed, while speaking with Rexx and Ife on 'The Drop Spot', that he is working towards showing of his many talents, when it comes to his music.
"I am trying to show how artistic I could be" - Rapper speaks on new album
The rapper went on to explain that the song ‘Soldier’, which features Simi was a ‘viguratif espreshun’ and had nothing to do with him being raised in the barracks like Rexx suggested.
"With this album, what I was trying to prove was that there is a lot more to Falz the Bahd Guy ... people have seen the funny guy" Falz explained in flawless English, as opposed to the heavy yoruba accented English he uses in his music, while chatting with Rexx and Ife on ‘The Drop Spot’ which is exclusive to Metro97.7fm.
Talking about the number of tracks, Falz owned up to recording 25 tracks even though only 17 tracks made the album which was largely produced by Sess.
'Lifestyle is shine shine but still intellectually Einstein’ was one of the many punch lines that made his album, ‘Stories that touch’ very well loved and appreciated by one of the show hosts, Ife.
While talking about one of the exceptional songs on the album, ‘Workaholic’, Falz revealed that he had grown to be one because of his crazy schedules, but he advised like he did on the song, that everyone should take time out to relax.
Rexx checked to see if he practised what he preached and discovered that he was a sports-lover who was always, ‘either washing or playing’ football.
Ife zeroed in on ‘Love you pass’, opening up that she was supposed to love the song but it didn’t have the sync that she expected from a song with Bez, saying that she had wanted more from the song even though it was lovely.
She finally went ahead to put him on the Spot, and got him to do a cover for Adele’s ‘Hello’!
Enjoy the engaging time by listening to, or watching the interview in Pulse video.
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