“M.I in his latest release called out Nigerian rappers to “Fix Up Their Lives”. In the three and a half minute lyrical tongue lashing, The Chairman bemoaned the fact that Nigerian rappers were getting killed by their South African counterparts and also took shots at Nigerian rappers turned singers among other topics. After the song dropped, an online debate kicked off about the state and decline of Nigerian hiphop. Valid points were raised, some opinons blamed the rappers, others blamed the media and some apportioned the blame to the fans but BlaqBonez decided to literally voice his opinions and in this 4-minute track, Blaq bears his heart out.
Replying directly, Blaqbonez confidently declares:
“Nasty C ain’t got nothing on me” And
“Nobody else rap sicker, I really been one of the hardest outta Africa”
among other lines that stresses the rappers point: He has been hot from time and it’s high time the system recognizes his amazing talent.
Listen to this fire reply from BlaqBonez.”
Lagos based female emcee who released her 7 track EP “Mind, Body & Phlow” in early 2016 under Str8Buttah Productions. The 7 track EP was produced by in house producer/DJ Teck-ZIlla. Phlow went on to release singles(Phlowetic Justice & Love It Or Not) and a mini EP “Asuai” in the same year. A lyricist who can hold her own on any stage, she is slowly grooming for the spotlight as her music has been featured on top international music sites such as TheSource.Com, HipHopDX, 2dopeboyz and Egotripland. Her last single for 2016 “Love It Or Not” was featured on German magazine BackSpin, MTV Base amongst other sites. She also appeared in Elle Magazine (France):