Their various diss tracks and replies has got everywhere buzzing and lively.
All rappers are going back to their hardcore game, Zoro the Eastern indigenous rapper goes back to his record ‘One On One’ and puts M.I Abaga and Vector together for the remix and to revive the rap culture.
Vec shows MI why he is crowned the king of bars, told him to feel free to respond & knee. Abaga on the other hand applauded Viper, promises him it’s not over because he has saved a lot in his folder.
He will surely pay Vector back at the unexpected time.
This is by far the hardest indigenous hip hop song you’ve listened to this year, I promise you.
With an awesome relatable storyline and a great deal of heavy lifting lyrically as they delivers with impressive lyrics and flow on the tune produced by Camo Blaizz.
This is real Hip-pop!
Listen Up & Catch the Vibe!
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