Chocolate City rapper, M.I. Abaga, has disclosed that he would like to have a working relationship with some notable African artistes to help to connect the younger generations with the older ones. According to the rapper, he said that Africa had done well in creating a vibrant modern music industry which has been able to bring people together.
The renowned rapper, who voiced his views on social media, said that the sky was the limit for the continent’s music industry. “I think we have done great in terms of creating a vibrant modern African music scene and the young audience really connects with that. “But it will really be great to be able to connect the young audience with the older generation of African musicians”. M.I said.
“Africa has such a rich musical history and it would be a shame to lose part of that history. “My next ambition is to connect the younger audience with this older generation of African musicians.’’