Charly Boy And Falz Blur Generational Lines On God Of Men (Fake Pastors)

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More than his eccentricity, Charly Boy is popular for his candor which has seeped into his art that has been on hold for years now. With artists, both old and young springing forward with unbiased opinions about the ills of the society, particularly corrupt governing, the veteran singer isn’t left out on this train. He bridges the gap between baby boomers and millennials this year with a Falz-assisted hiatus ender titled God Of Men (Fake Pastors).

A Highlife infused Afrobeat number, one that harks back to the past and Falz being the versatile artist he is, is able to feed onto this. He also takes joy in attacking society’s evildoers making his delivery on God Of Men a breeze.

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