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[Music] Johnny by Falz – Video

Online Radio November 10, 2020 118


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In the wake of the recent #EndSARS protests in Nigeria, talented rapper Falz has released the music video to his single “Johnny by Falz” which he dedicates to victims of the recently dissolved police division known as the Special Anti-Robbery Squad’s (SARS) brutality.

‘Johnny’ is taken from Falz (aka FalzTheBahdGuy) 2019 album titled ‘Moral Instruction’ – Download Now – listen via the OnlineRadio app.

JJC JJC JJC JJC JJC Johnny just dey come
JJC JJC JJC JJC JJC JJC JJC Johnny just dey come

Lyrics – Chorus

Folarin Falana (born October 27, 1990), better known by his stage name Falz, is a Nigerian rapper, songwriter and actor who began his career while in secondary school after forming a group called “The School Boys” with his friend before his professional career as a music artist began in 2009. Falz became more well known after his song “Marry Me” featuring vocals from Poe and Yemi Alade.

Johnny by Falz is streaming live on Online Radio which is also available for download.

Johnny by Falz

End SARS is a decentralised social movement and series of mass protests against police brutality in Nigeria. The slogan calls for the disbanding of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), a notorious unit of the Nigerian Police with a long record of abuses. The protests which takes its name from the slogan started in 2017 as a Twitter campaign using the hashtag #ENDSARS to demand the disbanding of the unit by the Nigerian government. After experiencing a revitalisation in October 2020 following more revelations of the abuses of the unit, mass demonstrations occurred throughout the major cities of Nigeria, accompanied by vociferous outrage on social media platforms. About 28 million tweets bearing the hashtag have been accumulated on Twitter alone. Solidarity protests and demonstrations by Nigerians in diaspora and sympathizers occurred in many major cities of the world. The protests is notable for its patronage by a demographic that is made of entirely young Nigerians.

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