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"My New Album Might Drop In Six Weeks" – M.I Abaga

Ubiquitous  |     Jun 17, 2021  |     0   |     129
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"My New Album Might Drop In Six Weeks" – M.I Abaga

Nigerian Legendary rapper Jude Abaga, popularly known as M.I has stated that his new album might drop in six weeks.

The music rapper and boss, speaking with Nadine of BeatFM on the Midday Show made it known that he is rounding off all that needs to be done on the album in other for it to be released soon.


According to the rapper, the much-anticipated project should be out in six weeks.

Speaking about his forthcoming album, the Incredible mister who floated his self-owned record label Incredible music last year made it known that he has songs with names like Buju, Ladipoe, Tomi, Wurld, Timaya, Alpha Ojini, Chillz, Duncan mighty and a list of others; songs that might make the coming project. He also stated that he is waiting for a GOLDEN feature to come through.

M.I who recently hooked up with Oxlade to deliver a soothing afro-pop tune All My Life also spoke about how they created the Song.

The soulful yet rhythmic tune produced by Jos’ very own ace producer Chopstix which resonates with Love in every shape and form was originally supposed to have M.I on it but a short Voice note by Oxlade was all that was needed for the rapper to scrap his chorus and replace it with Oxlade’s.

 

Speaking in the interview, the rapper revealed that he had plans of signing singing sensation Oxlade.

According to M.I when he signed Blaqbonez, the rapper who had a buzzing jam with Oxlade titled ‘Mamiwota’ made mention of the Falsetto voiced singer and his immense talent.

Recounting how he missed signing Oxlade, M.Istated that he had to let go of that dream as soon as he heard that ‘The Plug‘ – a Nigerian management outfit headed by Music executives Asa Asika and Bizzle Osikoya announced that they had the singer on board.

The rapper also spoke about the effect of the pandemic on the entertainment industry, how much he loves the bonding culture among the new crop of musicians amidst other topics.

Watch the Interview Below;

 

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