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Moral instruction is the fourth studio album of Falz the bad guy.
This album can only be described as an eye-opening road trip through societal and moral decay.
In line with the imprint of social consciousness by Afrobeats legend, Fela Kuti, Falz pours out his anger, emotions, and thoughts on this socially conscious album “moral instruction”.
The album strays from his usual comic flair that has been well established. This new approach allows for hard-boiled truth.
The rapper explores the wailing decay and decadence in society. This includes issues of bad governance, police brutality, child trafficking, embezzlement, and prostitution. The rapper does not hold back, his gut is upfront and it is artistically brilliant. The album is fearless so it does not border on ambiguity to soften the blow. He says what he means and means what he says.
“Fake flex, Borrow pose” are some of the slangs he uses to talk about social media and it’s an adverse effect on young people on “Follow Follow.”
He features Demme vee in “hypocrisy” where he talks extensively on religious leaders and fanatics as well as human hypocrisy in general.
“Brother’s keeper” among many others are some of the hard-knock tracks on this album that seeks to sensitize millennials on reality and society. The use of different Point of views without fluff fuels the message of the album.
The album is a 7.9/10.