Falz Net worth, Biography and Age

Folarin Falana (conceived October 27, 1990), better known by his stage name Falz, is a Nigerian rapper, musician and actor.[1] He started his vocation while in auxiliary school subsequent to framing a gathering called “The School Boys” with his companion before his expert profession as a music craftsman started in 2009.[2] Falz turned out to be all the more notable after his melody “Wed Me” including vocals from Poe and Yemi Alade. [3][4]

He right now claims an autonomous record name called Bahd Guys Records.[5] He delivered his presentation collection Wazup Guy in 2014. His second collection Stories That Touch was delivered in 2015. He delivered 27 as his third studio collection in 2017. On January 15, 2019, he delivered his fourth studio collection Moral Instruction.

Early life and training

Falz was conceived in the neighborhood government zone of Mushin, Lagos, to eminent attorneys and common liberty activists Femi and Funmi Falana.[6] He was called to the bar in 2012 in the wake of moving on from the Nigeria Law School in Abuja.[clarification needed][7]

Falz finished his essential and optional school training at St. Leo’s Catholic Primary School, Ikeja and Olashore International School, Osun State respectively.[8] He is a former student of the University of Reading England, having graduated with a LLB praises degree in Law.[9]


2009–2013: Beginnings and Shakara: The Mixtape

Falz began music as a pastime while in optional school. He shaped a music bunch with a companion called “The School Boys”. In 2009, he delivered a gathering of a portion of his chronicles as a mixtape named Shakara: The Mixtape.[9]

In 2011, Falz delivered a solitary named “Waz Up Guy”, at that point delivered “High Class” and “Money”, which picked up him grounds in the Nigerian music industry.[9]

2014–2016: Wazzup Guy, Stories That Touch and Chemistry EP

On January 2, 2014, Falz was recorded in tooXclusive’s “Artistes To Watch in 2014”.[10]

On 30 May 2014, Falz delivered his presentation studio collection named Wazup Guy, which was widely praised by music critics.[11]

In 2015, Falz was assigned in the “Best Collaboration of The Year” class at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards for his diagram beating single “Wed Me”. It won him an assignment in the “Best Collaboration of The Year” classification at the 2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. He was additionally assigned in the “Best Rap Act of The Year” and “Best New Act to Watch” classes.

On 31 January 2015, he delivered a solitary named “Ello Bae”,[12] which won him a designation in the “Best Street Hop Artiste of The Year” classification at The Headies 2015.[13]

On 3 November 2015, he declared the arrival of his second studio collection, named Stories That Touch, which was delivered on 17 November.[14][15]

In 2016, Falz won “Best Actor in a Comedy Movie/Series” at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for his function as Segun in Funke Akindele’s TV arrangement Jenifa’s Diary.[16] In June 2016, Falz was casted a ballot the victor of the “Watcher’s Choice Best New International Act” classification at the 2016 BET Awards.[17][18]

On October 27, 2016, Falz worked together with Simi to deliver Chemistry, a seven-track EP exclusively created by Sess. Falz had recently worked with Simi on the singles “Pillar Question” and “Soldier”.[19][20]

2017-Present: 27 and acting vocation

On 27 October 2017, his 27th birthday celebration, Falz delivered another collection named 27 to commend the day. This was an unexpected collection, as it was not advanced before its release.[21] It contained 17 tracks including hit singles like “Bhad Baddo Baddest”, “Wehdone sir”, and “Something light”. It highlighted noticeable music acts like Davido, Olamide, Burna Boy, Wande Coal, Maleek Berry, Sir Dauda, Medikal, Terry Apala, and Ycee. The collection was significantly delivered by Sess as in-house maker, withand a few tracks were finished by Maleek Berry, and studio enchantment. The collection did well overall and it increased a few honors and assignments, including a designation for The Headies Award for Rap Album of the Year.

In May 2018, Falz delivered a music video named “This Is Nigeria” which was roused by Childish Gambino’s “This is America”. It featured Nigerian issues including defilement and bribery.[22]

Months after the fact, the tune was prohibited by the NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) asserting it was an indecent tune. When Falz was asked, he stated: “In the event that they boycott this melody, at that point I don’t comprehend them since that tune is unquestionably not a revolting tune,”. Notwithstanding, Falz sues NBC for N100 Million. [23]

On September 1, 2018, Falz won “Best Supporting Actor” at the 2018 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards for his function as Quam in Tope Oshin Ogun’s film New Money, turning into the primary Nigerian performer to have won the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards twice.

On August 2020, Falz revealed his film creation organization with name House21TV. While uncovering the new film creation organization Falz additionally took to Instagram to divulge an all new parody arrangement, ‘Treatment’, to air solely on YouTube [24]


Falz portrays his style of music as “Wahzup music”.[25] It is the combination of comic verses with contemporary hip-bounce in a fake Yoruba accent.[26]

On 18 November 2014, Falz was positioned #9 on notJustOk’s rundown of “The 10 Most Gifted Rappers In Nigeria 2014”, expressing that, “Falz’s capacity to keep up an idea and express what is on his mind in 16 barz while exchanging emphasizes, mixing interesting punchlines and conveying every last bit of it such that causes the audience to track with is completely impressive”.[27]

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