Nigerian rapper and songwriter Folarin Falana, popularly known as Falz, has revealed he’s genuinely fulfilling his passion as he shares a throwback video, ‘Soft Work’.
In the post shared on his Instagram page, Falz said the song ‘Soft Work’ was an artistic representation of his story when the song was released in 2016.
However, five years later, not so much has changed about him, but he cannot use the lines of the song anymore as he’s more mature now.
He wrote: 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.
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
Evelyn, the widow to the late founder of The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN), Prophet TB Joshua, has said her husband shielded her from those who wanted to soil their name.
She stated this during on Tuesday during a service of tributes.
Joshua died on June 5, after overseeing a church function.
SCOAN had earlier announced that July 5 to July 11, would be dedicated for a series of Joshua’s ‘laying to rest’ activities.
In a tribute, Joshua’s widow, Evelyn, said that her 31 years of marriage to the late prophet was not without trials.
“For gold to become gold, it must pass through the fire,” she said.
Big Brother Naija's Cindy Okafor, has taken to social media to advise her fans, followers and loved ones on how to treat themselves.
According to the Igbo-born singer and social media influencer, people should take care of themselves first before thinking about others.
The reality star further people can drive miles to bury someone but can't cross a street to help them when they are in need.
She took to her Instagram story and wrote, "Put yourself first and take good care of you. People can drive miles to come bury you but can't cross a street to help you when you are still living"
Foremost gospel minister, Nathaniel Bassey, today released the official video for "There is a place".
The song is off his latest body of work, Hallelujah Again.
Bassey describes it as "a song of His presence".
As usual, with his visuals, it is simple and powerful.