The Falobi twins popularly called FTK in the music industry have released their debut of extended play record titled, ’Love Intoxicated’, a mixture of love songs infused with danceable beats and catchy lyrics that get you enchanted and thinking of that special person.
Penpushing reports that, the Ijesa born twins who bagged an award for the Most Promising Music Group at the Ghana Naija Showbiz Awards in 2017,have put every arrangements in place to hit the music world.
The hip hop musicians with a passion for songwriting running through their veins from an early age will hit the dancing floor with lyrics and sparkling melodies exposing a sensitive band whose soul-piercing vocals have the power to provoke an intense response
Penpushing further reports that, the streaming of the debut which is a mixture of love songs infused with danceable beats and catchy lyrics that get you enchanted and thinking of that special person is already on www.distrokid.com/hyperfollow/ftk/love-intoxicated
The Nigerian duo of Identical twin brothers were born Taiwo Falobi and Kehinde Falobi in Lagos, Nigeria, in 1993,while their interest in music began as students of Citizens Comprehensive College ,while their first public performance was in September 2015.
Penpushing also reports that, same year, the duo enrolled into Tenstrings Music Institute where they built their voices and learned the art of stage performance, and in 2017 won the award of The Most Promising Music duo Ghana/Naija music Awards.
The musical group, it is recalled raised alarm over copyright of the organization’s musical album by a movie industry with infusion of its song in one of the scene in a movie title, ’New money’ without the management consent.
Penpushing reports that, the twin hiphop artists, Taiwo Kehinde Falobi made the shocking discovery, adding that, the song was credited to another person, which has no inputs in the production of the music
‘Our attention has been drawn to one of our songs Ereke as it was used in the movie titled New Money. Without our permission, the song was infused in one of the scenes and we also noticed that credits for the song was given to someone else therefore committing copyright infringement’, the duo said
Penpushing further reports that, the talented Afro hiphop artists in their submission following the copyright infringement demanded for compensations, declaring that failure by the movie producer will attract legal action, emphasisng that, ’we hereby request for compensation or else further legal actions will be taken’.
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