Falz Ft. Wande Coal – Way

Off his “27” surprise album that was released on his birthday in October 2017, rapper Falz comes through with the visuals to one of the many standout tracks off the LP.

The fan favourite is entitled “Way” and it features the one and only Wande Coal, the video was directed by Mex Films.

Listen & Download “Falz Ft. Wande Coal – Way” below:-

Watch & Download “Falz Ft. Wande Coal – Way” below:-

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