Nigerian hip-hop has come a long way, going through its phases and challenges.

From the likes of Weird MC, to the days when even Zaaki Adzee associated himself with the genre, but it wasn’t until the early 2000s, when groups like The Remedies which had Eedris Abdulkareem and Trybesmen gave the art-form the visibility and commercial success that it deserved.

Undoubtedly Nigeria has a bunch of talented rappers young and hippy generation that appreciates the culture and are making rap with passion and we have those who make rap for mainly for the fame and success.

Last year, Nigerian rapper, M.I Abaga released the controversial single ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives‘ ‘, taking aim at Nigerian rappers and the state of the genre.

M.I Abaga rhymed, ”none of you rappers is real enough… that’s why these fans are not feeling ya’ll,” “SA rappers out here killing yall“.


Nigeria rapper increases on a daily basis. New acts like TrodLeke LeeMr. Gbafun, CandyBleaks, Limerick and lot more adds to the already long list of rappers in Nigeria.

While the likes of Olamide, M.I Abaga, Phyno, Reminisce, Vector and so much more are doing very fine and are on top of their game, there are several others who clearly aren’t good enough for the rap game but still force themselves to release several rap tracks.

However, hip hop has refused to grow and further expose so called rappers with weak lyrics in the name of going commercial, but can’t deliver even when on a cypher.

Considering the quality of the rap, the lyrical content, the rhythm and lots.

Without long talk, be sincere 👇🏽

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Nigerian hip-hop has come a long way, going through its phases and challenges. From the likes of Weird MC, to the days when even Zaaki Adzee associated himself with the genre, but it wasn’t until the early 2000s, when groups like The Remedies which had Eedris Abdulkareem and Trybesmen gave...