Two months after the success of his viral single, "Wehdone Sir", Falz continues his seemingly endless winning streak with the release of "Baby Boy" – a single that brilliantly taps the vein of Nigerian popular culture.
For those of who don't know, a 'baby boy' is a man (of any age) who is trying a little too hard to enjoy his life – with absolutely no interest in acting (or dressing) his age or being tied down by only one relationship.
On the catchy new single, Falz raps about ditching his "Bahd Guy" persona for the "Baby Boy" one – seamlessly changing up his regular flow, while switching between English and Yoruba on the Sess-produced trap beat.
The video features two of the most iconic Nigerian baby boys: the internet's crush, Richard Mofe Damijo, and the age-defying Jide Kosoko.
"Baby Boy", while incredibly fun, also serves as a vital reminder that Falz doesn't need that overdone "Ello Bae" routine to deliver a thoroughly entertaining track – proving yet again, that he just might be the most versatile Nigerian artiste working today.