Bubbling Under | Lokonzo – Let the Faaji Roll

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Peep This new act called Lokonzo, he is on jaguda.com with his funky track, Let the Faaji Roll. This is really Nice, Listen Up and share your thoughts….

Coming at a time when CBN (central bank of Nigeria) is clamouring for everyone in the country to embrace a cashless economy, Fatai Olalekan Sanni popularly known by his stage name Lokonzo (the remix as he is fondly called back in the days when he just started doing music) is out with a banger song that passes for a real campaign material which he titled “Let da Faaji Roll”. Lokonzo AKA the funkiest banker in the world is a musician and a banker and in this song he delivers what is most likely to become an everyday household song considering his use of everyday words everyone can relate to passing across his message smoothly and effectively while the song moves you to dance.

Lokonzo’s musical career also includes an impressive life band experience with notable bands like AyoBankole’s Asha Band. He has equally done collabos with various artistes with late Dagrin being the mostnotable one.

“Let the Faaji Roll”, his most recent work is aimed at promoting the recently adopted cashless policy inNigeria. Lokonzo, being also a banker sees himself as one most competent for such social responsibility.The lyrical content in the song cannot be measured up with. It clearly and effectively gives an insightinto new monetary culture. It comes in a funkafied Afrobeat music progression. Lokonzo chose to use anAfrobeat flavour to give the song a Nigerian Identity. The word FAAJI is coined from a Yoruba languagemeaning for Enjoyment. Lokonzo’s optimistic of the new cashless policy to make banking transactionsmore comfortable. He also perceived and showed finesse about the new culture. The finesse or “effizy”,according to Lokonzo is a major power behind it as Nigerians especially Lagosians are known for show-off. The video is bound to be explosive as arrangements are already on ground to make it a reality.

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