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‘Soft work’ music video was artistic representation of my experience – Falz

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'Soft work' music video was artistic representation of my experience - Falz



Nigerian rapper and songwriter Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz says his 2016 smash hit, Soft Work, tells the story of his odyssey in the music industry.

This is just as he admitted that his ‘hustle’ has been genuinely rewarding.

The rapper disclosed this on Tuesday via his Instagram page.

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According to him, the music video “soft work” that he produced five years ago was an artistic representation of his story at the time.

Falz said that though the lyrics of the song at the time was good, he couldn’t use such lyrics anymore because he’s all matured now.

He said; “On this exact day, 5 years ago (July 6, 2016), I released this smash. It was an artistic representation of my story at the time. Genuinely fulfilling my passion & having so much fun while at it.

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5 years later, not much is different .. Only that I can’t say this line anymore – “mature money and I ain’t even 30 yet”
Yah. Turned 30 last year thank you @sesstheprblm for this beat”.

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