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The long musical wait is finally over for MI

20 August 2014, 10:05

Lagos - Chocolate City rapper, M.I Abaga officially declared his return to music and has released some eerie promotional pictures to mark his resurgence.

A day after deleting all his pictures on Instagram, the rapper declared that he will drop new material on Wednesday.

The musician who doubles as the Vice President of Choclate City suggested that he might be quitting music on Monday before deleting all the pictures on his  Instagram account, in an obvious promotional move.

On Tuesday he wrote on Instagram “Tomorrow…Be prepared” next to the caption were he apologized to fans declaring his readiness to come back with a bang.

MI has won several Awards including the MTV Africa Music Awards 2009 and was nominated for BET 2010 Awards for the Best International Act Category.

He has released two albums and two mixtapes, that include MI:Talk About It(2008) , MI2(2010)Illegal Music(2009) and Illegal Music 2(2012).


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