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“I’m Disappointed With Where Nigerian Rap Is Today” – M.I || WATCH

Posted by Oluwatobi Ibironke on January 10, 2018 in News · 3 Comments

Chocolate City boss, M.I Abaga appears to maintain his stand about the poor state of Nigerian hip-hop. The rapper reiterated that he is disappointed at the state of Nigerian hip-hop, in a recent interview with GoldMyneTV.

The popular rapper still holds this opinion even after the criticism that ensued his song titled ‘fix up your life.’ The song was released as a wake up call to Nigerian rappers, while a number of them showed up to hold a conversation with the chairman; some others criticized him for using that approach. Prominent among those rappers are Vector and N6.

M.I however did not shift his ground and he continued to express his disappointment at the position of Nigerian hip-hop in the scope of Africa. He however stated that his new EP is in the pipeline and it just might give the Nigerian rap scene the shake that it needs.

Watch video below.

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  1. Mr. MI, music nah trend so you need to switch up your game. If you can’t do rap in the language that we all could understand then you have to check yourself. No be everybody understand English for Naija. You no fit do English rap pass Nas and the other American rappers because that’s their language. How do you want rap to grow in Nigeria if you can’t do it in Hausa, Igbo or Yoruba? Sell our culture to the world haba! You no fit sell snow for Eskimo’s biko. We advised Mode9 and them likes, dem no hear. Now where dem dey? Olamide, CDQ, Reminisce and those way una tagged, ‘local rappers’ done take una spot. Abeg switch up your game jare.

  2. MI abeg shut up…Your own don too much

  3. James Bond. Lol which James bond, you be goat jare, you don’t understand English I guess. Play more of reminisce and die on it. Ode.

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