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NIGERIA Falz – 27

October 27, 2017 will go down as a memorable day for uber-talented Folarin Falana, but more famously know as The Bahd Guy. It was the 27th birthday of the “Soldier” but he made it one fans will never forget with a surprise “27” album.

had taken to social media channel, Instagram, to announce the release of the project of musical art. He posted:

”This is exactly October 27, 2017, the day I officially turned 27.”

“I woke up this morning and I dropped a new album titled 27.”

“I am giving 27 top streamers of this album on “music plus platform, N127,000 across a period of 27 days.”

is one of the most complete and all-round entertainers the country can boast of. He is a multi-talented rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, TV host and even comic. The multi-award winning Falz, even created an entire niche with his unique, distinct and comical English style of rap that has soared massively with fans.

That might seem too much description of one person’s trade, craft and artistry, right? Well, Falz is also a lawyer having been called to the bar. He is the son of firebrand legal luminary, Femi Falana, so it isn’t much surprise he’s not the one to shy away from societal issues no matter how controversial.

Falz was the first entertainer who called out Nigerian music veteran, Abolore ‘9ice’ Akande, over the controversial song, “Living Things.” The “Marry Me” rapper was of the opinion that the song celebrated individuals with questionable sources of wealth and linked it with the level of moral decadence in our societies.

However, with several hit songs under his belt, Falz, remain a musical authority and royal by every standard. Such national hit songs he has recently released made the cut on the “27” album. Efforts such as “Bahd Baddo Baddest,” “Wehdone Sir, “Something Light” and La Fete,” just to mention a few.

The “27” album is a 17-track body of work that features such heavyweight as Olamide, Davido, Burna Boy, Ycee, Wande Coal, Terry Apala, Sir Dauda and Medikal. Plus, top-notch producers including usual collaborator, Sess The Problem Kid, Demsa, Spax, Juls and Maleek Berry, enjoyed production credits.

From an early observation, the “27” album is simply a concentration of several hit songs in one place. Plus, Falz holds an addictive and magical musical touch which means you can spin the album over and over again with the replay button without a second of boredom.

You can already get right into the offering of the project. Simply cop, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comment section below.

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