Falz to HuffingtonPost: I prefer performing on the mainland. The people there don’t hold back.
Falz is featured on the international media brand, HuffingtonPost. He spoke to the contributor Daniel AKinmade about a sundry of issues from his busy christmas schedule to overcoming discouragement as an upcomer to working at a law firm.
On his busy christmas schedule, he said:
For example, at the One Lagos Fiesta (an epic eight day music festival, counting down to the New Year) I performed at Ikorodu, Agege and Victoria Island! Which was your favorite crowd? Was it the Victoria Island people? Agege or Ayetoro? (Laughs). To be honest, at the Fiesta, it was the Victoria Island crowd, because there were so many people and their reaction was insane. But generally, I think I prefer performing on the mainland. The people there don’t hold back. They are ready to turn-up. They are so excited to see you and they show that excitement. On the Island, people are more bourgeois, you know? Trying to form, holdback, show how much money they have.
Also spoke about Funke Akindele whose series ‘Jenifa’s Diary’ gave him the plaque for , his words:
‘She definitely is one of the few people that I’d say I’ve been able to form a genuine friendship with. She is one of the hardest working people in entertainment. She is very encouraging and always trying to help people. Someone with a good heart.’
He also spoke about having more followers than Donald Trump at a point as well as future plans.
Read up on all he spoke about on HuffingtonPost.