GRAP Entertainment rapper, Vector has released the music video to his single “Crown of Clay” which features one of Africa’s biggest rapper, MI Abaga and producer, Pheelz
MI Abaga and Vector speak to the heart of blackness on ‘Crown of Clay’. In the second quarter of 2020, Nigerian rap OGs and contemporaries, Vector and MI Abaga decided to bury their hatchet and collaborate on a blueprint that will define the face of Nigerian Hip-Hop for years to come.
They collaborated on the landmark 2020 Hennessy Artistry and headlined the monumental three-part series tagged, The Conversation. Now they will also collaborate for the 2020 Hennessy VS Class and more.
But more importantly, something that couldn’t happen during the impressive ‘King Kong (Remix)’ run nor during the Choc Boiz run has finally happened. The song is empowering the black race to go back to its true essence of nature; with reference to a crown made out of clay.
Yes, it’s a congregation of rap big heads. Choc city music act MI Abaga teams up with Sinzu and Erigga for a new rap single “TBDK”
MI Abaga recently put behind him the unrecognised beef between him and Vector, as they collaborated on “Crown Of Clay” ft Pheelz”. The talented rapper has hooked us up with another new song in collaboration with Erigga and Sinzu.
We’ve waited for a day like this when two of Nigerian’s most celebrated rappers would collaborate on a song.
The two kings MI Abaga and Vector finally hooks up on a Pheelz featured song tagged “Crown Of Clay” MP3
For over a decade, there’s been denied feud between MI Abaga and Vector, we’ve seen them go into the studio to drop diss songs for each other. But the narrative changed in 2020 when these two decided to seat down and talk about their difference and today we have a song collaboration.
Crown Of Clay is a new music from Vector x Mi Abaga featuring producer Pheelz. Listen and download below;
The Nigerian rap industry is about to go explosive even in the most alarming fashion! Vector “Judas The Rat “ has finally responded to MI’ Abaga’s diss rap; “The Viper.” Just as expected, Vector made a narrative of many alleged dark sides of MI and really looked to hit him hard where it would hurt the most.
This over 4 minutes record is expository and ridiculing! Vector even in some stylish way dragged MI’s brother; Jeese Jagz, in the record and made sure MI was painted black for his failings. This record, however, would make even the long-standing beef between the two arch-rivals come to a conclusion that truce might not be called anytime soon.
Vector “Judas The Rat” and this is in response to MI calling him a “Snake.” Listen to the record and share your thoughts. Did Vector Bury MI or he still a record away from being equal?