M.I The Guy Album Review
In This Review
M.I is notably one of the biggest rap artists in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. He has gotten recognition worldwide and recently even got a backlash from the resurfacing of an old tweet where he claimed to know nothing about Pusha T. Well I say it is a rap thing and rap is a game of dominance and bragging right hence I do not think there is any hate in the heart of the African rap mogul for every ‘blasphemous’ claim he makes.
Going further to push the narrative of hate and pomposity, the new M.I album has also been criticized by a few to be fueled by hate for fellow artists and desperation to fuel an unhealthy competition which might also bolster sales of the album.
Here’s a respectable thought from Charm Xtova on Facebook.
Is it a coincidence that M.I’s “The Guy” Album dropped around the same time A-Q and Brymo’s “Ethos” album dropped?
Well, what brings both albums to a parallel standpoint is the evident presence of beef.While some lines in M.I’s track “The Hate” seemed to be a diss track aimed at a cryptic individual, the subliminals seemed to be directed at a person who used to be prolly close to him.The Ethos album which features A-Q and Brymo seemed to illuminate our thought paths more when A-Q mentioned MI’s name on the track “Family First”. He admitted that he and M.I haven’t been on talking terms lately. He also took a swipe at Mr. Abaga and left him some stinging words.It’s clear there’s an enlarged abyss between both persons especially when you realize that M.I and Brymo haven’t been on talking terms either and A-Q thought it cool to align and collaborate with Brymo on a project.It must really have been something done to trigger M.I especially when you consider the popular saying that “the enemy of my enemy is my friend”
Interesting to see how long before the real vawulence takes centre stage.
Let’s dive straight into this review.
The Guy is a 12-track project featuring international acts such as Nas, Olamide, Lord Vino, Duncan Mighty, Wande Coal, Phyno, The Cavemen, Ossi Grace, Jesse Jagz, and others
Here is the information on the M.I The Guy track list
Bars Off M.I’s The Guy
Producers of M.I’s The Guy
(Track 1 – Geek Beats)
(Track 2, 4, 6, 7, 12 – Chopsticks)
(Track 3 – Beats By Jayy)
(Track 5 – Tempoe)
(Track 7 – Geek Beats)
(Track 8 – Master Kraft)
(Track 9 – Chillz, Geek Beats)
(Track 10, 11, 1 – G Plus)
(Track 11, 5, 3, 8, 9, 12 – Jude Abaga)
(Track 12 – Jesse Abaga).