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5 Dope Lines From M.I Abaga’s Rendezvous Playlist That Will Bust Your Head

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If you are a lyricist I am your baba your papa, your dada.” With this line, on the track titled ‘Your Father’, M.I claimed for himself a title that has eluded him for most part of his successful career. Despite his many successes with album sales, critical acclaim and impact on the culture; M.I had remained underrated in the area of lyricism, especially by Nigerian music award organizers who have consistently snubbed him when awarding the best lyricist.

Since the award organizers have refused to see M.I Abaga as a first rate lyricist, he has decided to acknowledge and celebrate himself as the “father to Nigerian lyricists”. He has chosen to blow his own trumpet and he did that on his recently released project, a playlist titled ‘Rendezvous.’

Here are 5 lines on M.I’s “Rendezvous” project that prove he is indeed lyrically special:

  1. Soup

“I am the realest of my generation/ see you cannot fake it/ still occupying the throne/ I’ll let you know when it’s vacant”

  1. Wats D Level

Show me the level (the level)/ we balling 11/11 (full squad)/ baby girl you gon drown in cash/ my account is under sea level (be like Lekki)/ you know the level (the level)/ money be like say we embezzle (embezzle).”

  1. On Code

I just put a milli in the bank/ and my accountant told me thanks/ so I told him that when he’s filling in the blank/ put my names as G/ cos I be feeling really grand”….”Listen, this is how you’d know I’m the man/ I’m a stand up guy even when I’m sitting down/ 10 years I’d be in demand/ what you’re worth in pounds/ (way) I’m double that, I’m kilogram”

  1. Popping

Club hopping niggas be right there when bottles popping/ but when shit go down you’d be home alone like Macaulay Culkin/ squad is feather weight/ niggas salivate when you celebrate/ but tell them cake is finished and witness your niggas separate/ I’ve lived both sides of life’s experience/ clearer than day, I’ve seen the other side like what mirror sees/ then that’s a lot to see/ Niggas worship like Pharisees/ properties eye apocalypse / love is built on hypocrisy.”

  1. Sunset

Nigga you was talking loose/ why don’t you say it to Loose (Kaynon)/ Dawg who gon pay for your tooth/ When we show up for the troops.”


Written by Oluwatobi Ibironke

I have magic in my hands and I'm excited to be sharin' it with the world.
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  1. all f**kinq dope

  2. vector still remain your dada.. just soak on it

  3. vector still remain your dada… just soak on it.

  4. vector still remain your dada… just soak on it

  5. By far the best in d continent..

  6. All diz marks by M.I, is a bonus by Vector

  7. Fuck it. When Nigerian hip hop is down we’re d hell is Victor.. Is it because MI brought it back 2 lime light?? 2 hell with haters mehn. Haters only hate wen u are good.

  8. I hate it when u compare MI 2 all stupid rappers called there self’s rappers.. But always sing in dere tracks… I just hope u guys no d difference between rapper nd singing

    • I swear mehn

  9. Weak lines – lol

    You call this lyrics!! You can’t compare him as he was 7 years ago!! No punchline or wordplay!! Outta context,no picture or metaphor. Just ranting and indirectly pointing at others. We know HIP HOP ?

    • You are damn right jawe

  10. you mean these lines above ???? nah, nothing special

  11. Number 4 is DEEP man. 3 and 5 are cool as well while 1 & 2 are just average lines.

  12. Vector is raw
    M.I is onion
    Both of them should stick together#rawonion

  13. So, and now what, dissing N6 in “Sunset”
    so since when did dissing your fellow artiste makes you a lyricist? M.I was good, that was then, not anymore. Fuck i’m out.

  14. if you gat shit to should say it to my face… that’s the level

  15. Mi is d 4kin best in d continent

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