In Rap battle, there is no real winner. It is not a fight, it’s just a game. No big deal at all, it is what it is. It’s about words. It’s about prestige, money, and fame.
Nigerian Rappers; Vector and MI Abaga have ended their long-time beef and are reportedly in the studio cooking a song together.
This was announced by both rappers on their Twitter accounts and they also revealed that they are set to collaborate on a song titled ‘Crown Of Clay’.
Their beef started in 2016 with cypher clashes and was fueled by MI’s 2017 song ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Life’.
The song would go on to win the awards for both the Best Rap Single and Lyricist On The Roll at The Headies 2018.
Several diss tracks between the duo persisted from 2018 and 2020.
Announcing the collaboration, Vector who is one of African finest rapper
“You know what to do to your post notification. #CrownOfClay.”
You know what to do to your post notification.
— T.E.S.L.I.M (@VectorThaViper) February 25, 2021
On his part, MI wrote:
“Crown of Clay. V & M. Soon.”
Crown of Clay.
V & M
— Yung denzL (@MI_Abaga) February 25, 2021
The legendary rapper has both set the rap industry on fire with their lyrical prowess over the years and shows no signs of slowing down.
Respect to MI and Vector for keeping it strong and getting back together. We can’t wait to see the outcome of this huge project.