In the heat of things, Chocolate City boss, M.I Abaga also known as Jude Abaga, has recorded a milestone on “Apple Music Top 100 Album”.
The rapper becomes the first African music act to have five albums on “Apple Music Top 100 Album” all at once.
The albums; M.I1, M.I2, Chairman, Rendezvous and Yung Denzel, were all featured on Apple Music Top 100 album at the same time.
Currently, Mr Abaga has been trending after his reply to his counterpart rapper, Vector.
After the response, music and hiphop lovers reacted to the release. Several fans agreed that the Chocolate City boss ended the game before it started.
The release became the trend on YouTube as number one as Mr Abaga thanked his fans for helping it get there.
Would there be a reply from Vector?. Our fingers are crossed!!!.
“WE RISE BY LIFTING OTHERS”
In M.I’s response, he said; “We rise by lifting others.”
In view of this, a mixing engineer, GPlusChang, has come out to publicly thank M.I for giving him the chance to work on all five albums.
He added saying the rapper had given him a chance to show himself to the world.
“Wow. And I produced and engineered on three of these five albums. So proud!! Congratulations M and thank you for putting me on! @MI_Abaga Godiya na ya Kasa. cc @choccitymusic@upnorthrecordz,” he tweeted.