Now, M.I. Abaga continues the conversation he started in his latest single, ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’, with the visuals.

The song had forced fellow rappers to wade into his statement that generated much conversation.

Now that  M.I has released the visuals to the track, it also adds to the anticipation of his forthcoming album.

'You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’ is the lead single to M.I’s forthcoming Yung Denzl album.

Also Read: #BounceReview: The Song That Humbled MI Abaga

Aisosa Okundaye, who is a spokesperson for Chocolate City, had a chat with Bounce News about the single.

“I believe that everybody is entitled to their freedom of expression and everyone knows that he was just airing his own opinion, about what he felt.

"People taking it and reacting is completely organic. They are reacting to him, he is not reacting to them. He is still the catalyst.

"He just stated his own opinions, he did not call names, so if you feel like you are being talked about, kudos to your guilty conscience," he said.

Watch ‘You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Lives’,  official video below

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