To mark the release of M.I Abaga’s newly released masterpiece, Yxng Dxnzl and commemorate his 10-year run as a vanguard in the Nigerian hip-hop soundscape, The NET hosted the rapper on the maiden edition of ORIN Conversations.
During the conversation, veteran rapper weighed in on the political climate of Nigeria and charged everyone to refrain from voting based on temporary gratification. MI urged Nigerians to ensure to get their PVC while stating that 95% of Nigerian politicians had nothing to offer. “Question everything”, MI said.
The event which was hosted by NET’s music editor, Victor Okpala saw Abaga also talk about the album, lessons from his decade-long career and an array of issues.
Watch the video below;
Speaking at our just-concluded live event #ORINConversations, veteran rapper @mi_abaga weighed in on the political climate of Nigeria and charged everyone to refrain from voting based on temporary gratification. ___ “95% of Nigerian politicians have nothing to offer… question everything”, the rapper said. __ Via @orin.ng
ORIN Conversations is a monthly live event that will host music and entertainment experts/practitioners to expository and experiential conversations about key issues and happenings within the African music sphere.
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