Nigerian Rappers Falz, Vector Release New Diss Rap ‘Yakubu’
Nigerian heavyweight rappers Folarin Falana, also known as Falz the Badh guy, and Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, more commonly known as Vector, have criticized the country’s electoral commission bosses in a new single.
The collaboration between the two hit musicians, titled ‘Yakub’, is named after INEC President Professor Mahmoud Yakub, a shoutout to the nation after the recent elections ended.
Yoruba with lyrics like “Mr. Yakub, Ę ma ń se bi crook,” meaning “Mr. Did you?” The rappers questioned the integrity of the system and how the commission’s promise to transmit election results in real time failed, ultimately depriving the country of free and fair elections. lamented.
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Several citizens, including celebrities, have voiced their opinions on several problems they have encountered in exercising their citizenship, from INEC staff reports of tardiness, to vote snatching, voter intimidation, and violence by thugs. Remember
“Yabuku” is Pfaltz’s second official single for 2023, following their previously released techno-featuring “Owa”. The award-winning rapper is nothing new, both physically, online, and creatively through his music. Remember, in 2018, Pfalz released the controversial hit “This is NIGERIA,” highlighting the failures and contradictions of all nations, and was eventually banned from radio and television.
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