Falz Responds To MI’s Diss Track ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’ | Pulse TV New

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Published on November 1, 2017 by AfroTelly

Falz, who just released his third studio album, “27,” thinks it is unfair for anyone to pressure artists to make music a certain way as he responds to MI’s Diss Track ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’. M. I Abaga, Chocolate City boss and rapper has been in the center of conversations after releasing Diss Track ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’ where he called for more rappers to make ‘rap’ music and not commercialize their sound. Falz who has three studio albums to his name is one of the most prominent rappers in Nigeria. But his comic style of delivery and involvement in other aspects of the art often comes under scrutiny by ‘Hip-hop’ enthusiasts. A section of Hip-hop fans believe that he isn’t a rapper, and often exclude him from conversations about the genre. Falz has no problem with that. To him, as long as he makes art that is impactful and successful, he is fine. Falz’s album “27”, features his singles and hit songs post-“Stories That Touch.” Hits such as ‘Something light’, ‘Bhad Baddo Baddest’ and ‘Weh Done Sir’ are housed on it. Pulse.ng is Nigeria’s online news platform. 24/7 news, gist, music, movies, lifestyle, events, sports and more.

Falz, who just released his third studio album, “27,” thinks it is unfair for anyone to pressure artists to make music a certain way as he responds to MI’s Diss Track ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’. M. I Abaga, Chocolate City boss and rapper has been in the center of conversations after releasing Diss Track ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’ where he called for more rappers to make ‘rap’ music and not commercialize their sound. Falz who has three studio albums to his name is one of the most prominent rappers in Nigeria. But his comic style of delivery and involvement in other aspects of the art often comes under scrutiny by ‘Hip-hop’ enthusiasts. A section of Hip-hop fans believe that he isn’t a rapper, and often exclude him from conversations about the genre. Falz has no problem with that. To him, as long as he makes art that is impactful and successful, he is fine. Falz’s album “27”, features his singles and hit songs post-“Stories That Touch.” Hits such as ‘Something light’, ‘Bhad Baddo Baddest’ and ‘Weh Done Sir’ are housed on it. Pulse.ng is Nigeria’s online news platform. 24/7 news, gist, music, movies, lifestyle, events, sports and more.

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