- Veteran Nigerian rapper M.I Abaga finally makes a come back to the music scene after taking a two years hiatus with a banging new album titled The Guy
- The Guy is M.I's official 5th studio album and his first body of work since he dropped Yxng Dxnzl in 2018
- The new project features some A-list artists like Olamide, Ice Prince, The Cavemen and American rapper Nas
Ace Nigerian rapper Jude Lemfani Abaga, better known as M.I, makes a banging comeback with a new album titled The Guy.
The veteran music icon clarifies on the new studio project that he is still the king of the Nigerian rap scene and is set to kill the rife argument that hip-hop is dead.
The album features artists across different lines and divides as he brings together some of the biggest young hip-hop artists currently making waves on the music scene.
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The project has the likes of Olamide, Phyno, Ice Prince, The Cavemen, Jesse Jags, Buju BNXN, Wande Coal, Ossi Grace, and Duncan Mighty.
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The 41-year-old rapper also featured the Grammy award-winning American rapper Nas.
M.I recently announced that he was to drop his official stage name, M.I, after using it for 15 years for a new one, The Guy. With the drop of the new studio project, that seems to have been accomplished.
The album was released on the platform Chocolate City Music.
Most of the tracks on the project were produced by Chopstix, G-Plus Chang, Masterkraft and Tempoe.
See his post below:
See how netizens reacted to the new album:
"1 shot for every chune ."
"You are always my #1 #The guy."
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"Raaaaaa... We definitely gon feast #TheGuy."
Listen to some tracks on the album below:
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The afrobeat brothers of Paul and Peter Okoye had split in 2017 after months of fighting and calling each other out.
However, in November 2021, the pair sheathed their swords late last year and finally embraced peace. Since then, there's being an anxious wait for their return to the industry as a pair again.