Nigerian rapper, A-Q, has released a song entitled ‘MMM’, which addresses the economic crisis in the country.
MMM which stands for Mavrodi Mundial Movement, is a Russian Ponzi scheme that Nigerians sought succour from in the face of a blistering economic recession.
On the socially conscious tune, A-Q pours out his soul as he talks about the struggles of the common man, incompetence of the government and the people in power who continue to enrich themselves.
A-Q, real names Gilbert Bani, was nominated for the 2016 Headies Awards in the ‘Lyricist on the roll’ category.
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