To Whom It May Concern. It has come to my attention that the unfortunate incident that occurred at the Nokia “Don’t Break The Beat” competition on Saturday the 28th of April 2012, where RMG artiste Muna was a Presenter, and Nigerian rap icon Mode 9 was a Judge, has turned into a media/blog frenzy. This […]
Modenine goes commercial as he collaborates with the Mavin boss, Don Jazzy, on Some More.
Lyrical head Mode 9 has received little or no attention from fans in recent times. Obviously music is way beyond the stereotypical flows, little wonder his switch to commercial music.
Trendwatchtv caught up with the Six time Headies ‘Lyricist On The Roll’ category winner and he sure shared a lot.
Modenine decides to bless his fans with 2 new singles off his OTT project dropping on the 28th, and Its vintage mode, real Hip-Hop, and pure lyricism. The first track “Spit My Shit” was produced by Kraft , and Who Get Ear By T.O.D.
Spit My Shit samples Canibus, and Who Get Ear samples Tuface Idibia and Lagbaja. Happy birthday Modenine.
Spit My shit
Muna who recently disrespected the rap icon Modenine at the Nokia freestyle competition decides to clean up her mess in a more mature way on Wednesday, 30th, 2012, at the Industry Night.
Muna while on the stage called out Modenine; “Now I want to do something I should have Read the rest of this entry
The ex-beauty queen/rapper and the legendary hip-hop rapper, Modenine, got into a verbal misunderstanding at the “Nokia Don’t Break The Beat Competition” based on clashing opinions. The last two runner up were TKO and Black Jesus.
[Judges: Modenine, DJ Jimmy Jatt and Rogba Knighthouse CEO]
Modenine (chief judge), chose TKO based on his lyrical content, originality and delivery but fine girl rapper disagreed on the spot right in front of fans, contestants, organisers and cameras broadcasting to millions of viewers. Muna as the host doesn’t have a say before the three (3) judges conclude — even at all, but guess the judges have made her too comfortable.
“I disagree, pass the mic mehn!”. Young lady with less experience in hip-hop music and hosting. Muna, that was not professional and plain disrespectful. It’s so sad how soon you’ve forgotten about the G-code. Muna needs to apologise to Modenine on this one.
Jude “M.I” Abaga is back with his controversial opinion about Nigerian rappers. MI who recently released his second mixtape “Illegal Music 2″ with a sense of giving upcoming rappers like Makiller, Boogey, Yung6ix, Hence, Efa, Pope, 5mics, Phenom, and many more a platform so they can be heard. MI took to his twitter with a […]