Naeto C vs M.I: ‘It’s Highly Disrespectful To Compare Naeto C With M.I’

Nigerians have taken to Twitter to speak on Naeto C’s works as they compare him to other rappers in the country

Naeto C

While many have said that Naeto C is a legend, others said that he did not have too many hit songs and that his rap colleague, MI, is greater

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A rap battle was also set between Naeto C and M.I for them to showcase 10 of their hit songs

 

Reacting to this comparison, a twitter user with the username Chydee said it’s highly disrespectful to compare Naeto C with M.I

 

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M.I Abaga

Asides impacting hiphop fashion locally, and having an MSc, there’s no metric you can use to compare Naeto C with MI. None at all. You can like Naeto more – that’s your personal preference, but it’s highly disrespectful to compare him with MI. Utter blasphemy. Stop.” Chydee wrote.

Naeto C, is a Nigerian rapper, Afrobeat artist and record producer. He was born in Houston, Texas and is of Nigerian origin. The Governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha appointed Naeto C, as his Special Assistant on Lagos Liaison.

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In 2010 Naeto pursued an MSc in Energy Studies at the University of Dundee in Scotland

 

As for M.I Abaga, he is a Nigerian rapper, songwriter and record producer. He was CEO of Chocolate City from June 2015 to 2019. He won Best Hip Hop and Best New Act at the 2009 MTV Africa Music Awards, and was nominated in the Best International Act category at the BET Awards 2010

 

M.I’s role in the music industry cannot be overstated. He has been responsible for bringing out many upcoming artistes such as Phyno, Wizkid, Vypa, Jesse Jagz, Ruby, Pype, Tone Ice Prince, Brymo and the latest is KhaliGraph Jones. He has been described by many Nigerian hip hop fans as Nigeria’s “Hip Hop Messiah”. MI has done a lot to bring a Northern presence to the Nigerian music industry, he depicts the perfect example of bringing Nigeria together. He is the founder of Loopy Records and Incredible Music. M.I also work in music production with Chocolate City, and has produced albums and songs for his label mates. The most notable of these being in 2011 when he produced two songs off Ice Prince’s album Everybody Loves Ice Prince and recently Ruby Gyang’s Good Man off her “This Is Love” Ep.

 

M.I was appointed a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador in 2012.M.I also supports the Jostified campaign. He has achieved worldwide recognition as part of the vanguard of the “Afrobeats” wave.

 

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