The Popular Nigerian musician Falz has released the remix for “Squander”, his 2020 song.
On Monday 12th April, Falz announced the release of the project featuring Niniola Apata alongside Kamo Mphela, Mpura, and SayFar. The song “squander'” talks about how to spend money lavishly. While Kamo infuses a melodious blend of Zulu to the song, Niniola sings in Yoruba.
The song sees the musicians crooning about their cravings for flamboyant lifestyles.
“Squander” remix which is a blend of Amapiano, a popular music style in South Africa, and Afro-house, starts with Falz greeting in Hausa. He also speaks a South African language while delivering his message.
In the words of Falz “I love South Africa, I love the Culture and the food.”
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Falz revealed the choice of the South African artists was to have a blend of music and cultures from the two countries.
” I am really excited about this remix with Kamo Mphela, Mpura & SayFar because it’s a great blend of South African & Nigerian music.
Like the first song with Niniola, this is sure to keep you on your feet. Kamo Mphela & Mpura were the best people to complement the song giving it that full Amapiano sound because of their distinct voices.” He said.
Meanwhile, Falz has established himself as a household name in the Nigerian music industry. His songs are usually targeted at addressing societal ills. He was one of the celebrities that heavily participated in the October 2020 #EndSARS protest.
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