Palais de Tokyo, an art museum in Paris, capital of France, has, since June this year, displaced the visual of “This is Nigeria’, Falz’s 2018 socio-political satire single, on display.
The 30 years old rapper made this revelation known on his Instagram page on Sunday.
In the video which accompanied his post, Falz is seen with a headset in front of a cinema screen alongside his colleagues as the Childish Gambino-inspired song plays on.
The Palais de Tokyo (Palace of Tokyo) is a building dedicated to modern and contemporary art.
“This amazing art gallery in Paris called @palaisdetokyo have had my work ‘This Is Nigeria’ on display for the past two months or so. Last night, I had the chance of seeing it for myself. I’m pleased to see this deep appreciation of art as a weapon of rebellion,” he wrote.
Falz, Folarin Falana, who is also a lawyer, has been an advocate for good governance and human right. He recently criticised the Federal government for the arrest of Revolution Now, advocate, Yele Sowore
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This amazing art gallery in Paris called @palaisdetokyo have had my work #ThisIsNigeria on display for the past two months or so! Last night, I had the chance of seeing for myself. Pleased to see this deep appreciation of art as a weapon of rebellion ✊🏾💪🏾 Shouts to @hugovitrani 🖼