An album that is politically and socially charged
The Moral Instruction album was released January 14th of this year. The is the most politically inclined albums of Falz. This is Falz really angry and being fueled by the need to be listened to. Falz is arguably the current best rapper in Nigeria and he has been that for a while now. He is actually one of the few rappers that are still rapping. Many rappers have resorted to sing-rap or singing totally. Falz is one of the last of a dying breed. The Album points fingers and calls the corrupt government administration out.
You can read the reviews of the previously reviewed songs in the album, Moral Instruction.
Moral Instruction is a well-structured album. The songs actually follow a decent order. It did not feel like a random work that was just pieced together.
The theme of the album is consistent in each track. For instance, Paper talks about corruption and the many vices in the country. The extent some people are willing to go because of paper (money). He talks about the ugly desperate sides of humans and those in power that keep on looting public funds. E no finish, another track on the album shares similar sentiments. This is same for all the other songs in the album. They tend to address common societal problems, hence the name of the album; Moral Instruction.