MI and Vector Announce Joint Project

Vector and MI (photo: Twitter)

Two of the biggest hip-hop icons in the Nigerian music industry, MI Abaga and Vector have decided to bury the hatchet and finally produce the long-awaited collabo fans have been clamouring for.

After years of speculation, subliminal rivalry and an eventual rather public spat, both artistes have decided to come together and give their fans something to chew on.

MI and Vector took to Twitter to announce a project named ‘Crown of Clay’, which could either be a single or an album as neither revealed much information other than that.

Vector tweeted

You know what to do to your post notification.

❤️🐍❤️ #CrownOfClay



MI Abaga tweeted “Crown of Clay. V & M Soon”



This new move by MI and Vector comes months after both artistes squashed their decade long beef through a docu-series produced by popular cognac brand Hennessy, as they went further to feature on a track on the annual Hennessy rap cypher for 2020.


With the announcement comes mixed reactions from the fans of both MI and Vector, some of who are happy the beef is over and are looking forward to the two musical geniuses working together, and the others, displeased and wanting more of the fire generated from their beef.









Written by Ambagain Inyambe

Ambagain is an intern and a freelance writer at hypestation. To him, writing is one of the many forms of expression available. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram on @iiambagain


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