Last year, M.I started a revolution with a 3-part project aimed at awakening the Hip-hop scene in Nigeria. Save for A-Q and Loose Kaynon who made appearances in the industry way before the release of the project, M.I introduced Blaqbonez; a Rapper, Singer and Songwriter in an unbox-able range and an assortment of talent. His debut project; Bad Boy Blaq; one that mirrored his versatile personality was only the beginning of a barrage of elite flows and engaging narratives.
Not so long after cushioning himself in the industry, Blaqbonez began the promotion for another project which he tagged the ‘Re-Up’ of his debut and as promised, he delivered this month. Kick starting the collection with Play; a suave but garish narrative about a Woman with unclear intentions, for which he enlisted YCee.
As evidenced in the name, the Bad Boy Blaq: The Re-Up is a revamped version of Bad Boy Blaq only with clearer narratives and more mature flows curated under the same sounds and muses and most importantly, delivered with an air of confidence.
With standouts like No Longer Stupid in which Blaqbonez details the aftermath of Bad Boy Blaq, he sets the pace for upward movements and it’s clear he’s aiming for not just an explosion of his artistry but the industry itself.