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MI Abaga Going Crazy Over Soja Song Sends Shoutout To Black Sherif

MI Abaga Going Crazy Over Soja Song Sends Shoutout To Black Sherif on his Twitter

Popular Nigerian rapper Jude Lemfani, better known as Mi Abaga, has given his sent a shoutout to Black Sherif following the release of his new new song Soja

MI Abaga took to his official Twitter account to refer to 20-year-old Ghanaian act Black Sherif, as a soldier, implying the talented propagated in the Kwaku The Traveller hitmaker after giving his review on the Soja song.

Mi Abaga is still considered the greatest Nigerian rapper of all time. He has been active in the music industry and has demonstrated his rap prowess in every song he has released. He recently released an album titled “The Guy,” which has received rave reviews on digital stores..

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His latest smash hit song “The Guy” from the album “The Guy” skyrocketed the universe and generated a lot of buzz on social media, as usual, displaying his legendary status on the music video of “The Guy.” 

However, in applauding the fast-rising Ghanaian musician, MI Abaga shared a tweet demonstrating how he has already fallen in love with Black Sherif’s vibes following the release of his new album “The Villain I Never Was” and he tweeted; Black Sherrif Soldier.. wow

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See his tweet below

Due to his association with Grammy Award-winning artiste Burna Boy, who is also signed to Empire Records, Black Sherif has won the hearts of many Nigerians and people all over the world. 

He has received a lot of love from Nigerians and has always dominated on digital music platforms such as Apple Music and others in the country. 

Burna Boy’s love for Black Sherif is undeniable, as they were recently spotted together at Accra’s Twist Night Club during the release of Black Sherif’s album.

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