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Vector Bounces Back With New Diss Track, ‘Judas The Rat’

Diss Track Backstory

One of the most exciting things in these Buhari times is the belligerent energy hovering across the Nigerian hip-hop scene. What started with a daring declaration by Blaqbonez ascribing himself as the best rapper in Africa has now degenerated into a warzone where anyone could catch a bullet. “For the culture” has now slowly morphed into something way more bitter and grubby with inflated egos and (re)opened sores.

However, the most exciting of these battles has been the M.I vs Vector main-event which has resulted in now a total of four diss tracks in just about three weeks. And it doesn’t seem to be over. Not just not yet.

New Diss Track

In response to M.I Abaga’s petty and brutal missile,’The Viper‘, Vector has also decided to step his boots in the mud in his new ‘Judas The Rat‘. With his gloves off, Vector doesn’t mince words as he comes for M.I’s legacy. He brings up personal dirt surrounding the former Chocolate City boss, especially his strained relationship with his brother, Jesse Jagz.

Vector "Judas The Rat" New Diss Track

What We Expect

For all it’s worth, we hope these rappers can put their beef aside for a minute and make good of their promise by releasing their much-anticipated EPs, “Judas” and “Vibes Before Teslim.” But till then, listen to this new diss track above and tell us who you think is winning this battle.

Erigga Brings Along Zlatan, Magnito, M.I, Ice Prince, Victor AD And More On His “The Erigma II” Album

The self-ascribed paperboy, Erigga has released his new full-length tape titled “The Erigma II.” This is the long-awaited sequel to his stellar album, “The Erigma I,” which was released to good reviews in 2012. On this new project, the Warri-based rapper brings along a super team of household names like M.I, Ice Prince, Zlatan, and Victor AD.

This album which Erigga describes on Instagram as “historic” contains 18 tracks, with its total runtime spanning just over an hour. Other acts featured on the highly collaborative tape include Sami, Sipi, Funkcleff, Oga Network, Dr. Barz, Prinx Emmanuel, Graham D and Yung Zee Onos.

With “The Erigma II“, Erigga – whom many have dubbed as the King of the South – seeks to solidify his legacy and secure his rightful place in the Nigerian Hip-hop pantheon. Give this Warri-inspired album a spin and let us know what you think.

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