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Falz The Bahd Guy Relives Lagos Social Life In Taxi Driver (Oko Ashewo)




Lawyer turn rapper and son of eminent lawyer, Folarin Falana popularly known as Falz The Bahd Guy tells the stories of Lagos social life on the remix of the official soundtrack of Taxi Driver (Oko Ashewo).

The comic-drama is a story of a village mechanic who moves to Lagos for the first time and inherits his father’s taxi, a vintage Peugeot 504 in Lagos city night adventures. The film, which was directed by Daniel Emeke Oriahi, made its cinematic debut in Lagos on November 13. It stars Femi Jacobs, Ijeoma Grace Agu, Afeez Oyetoro and Odunlade Adekola.

Falz, recently made an appearance on the second season of Funke Akindele Jenifa’s Diary, and played the role of a hairdresser called Segun. On Monday, November 16, he released his second studio album titled Stories That Touch.

With his funny lyrical prowess fit enough to place him as one of the hottest cake in the industry right now, Falz has stood out as a man to reckon with. The ironic thing about him is the misconception people have about him as a result of his fusion of Yoruba pronunciation and English in his songs.

Known for so many smash singles, including a mixtape titled ‘Shakara’ he released in 2009. He later released Cool Party, What’s up Guy, High Class, and Currency among others, with massive collaborations with artistes like Omo Akin, Ink Edwards and the delectable songstress SIMI.

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