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Is MI retiring from music?

09 October 2014, 15:10

Lagos - Rapper MI just made a comeback song titled King James but after referring to indigenous sensation, Phyno as ‘King Phyno’, it sounds like he might be retiring from the rap game.

On Thursday MI went on social media to pay tribute to Phyno whose birthday is October 9, and referred to him as a ‘king’

"Happy birthday King Phyno. They won't know how far you have come!!!! I do. And I celebrate your hustle your strength and your kingship. Long may you reign” he wrote on Instagram.

During MI’s five year hiatus  many indigenous rap acts like Olamide, Phyno, Illbiss took over the rap scene.

M.I  made a rebound with new single, King James where he rapped about being the one and only king of rap.

Many listeners attributed the single to be a diss track to other rappers, but MI has denied it.


Happy birthday King Phyno.. They won't know how far you have come!!!! I do.. And I celebrate your hustle your strength and your kingship.. Long may you reign...

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