Blackface, a Nigerian singer, has released a diss track entitled ‘Giddem’, in the wake of the heightening intensity of vocal confrontations in the country’s music industry.

The new song, which sees him join in on the protracted back and forth of diss tracks between MI Abaga, former Chocolate City chief executive, and Vector, rapper, was released on Thursday.

In ‘Giddem’, the controversial Plantashun Boiz co-founder takes critical shots at Blaqbonez, a self-acclaimed best Nigerian rapper, alongside Abaga, while bragging about his music and the number of records he has put out over the course of his music career.

“If say them don make half of the amount of music wey I don make, dem for get mouth to dey talk to me, nigga. Your oga send you come. If say dem want war, na to giddem. Say them want beef, na to kiidem. I flatten them like a Chines pancake,” Blackface sings as he enlists the help of Freedom Blaze.

Listen to the track below:

Since his previously released diss track ‘War‘, addressed to Tuface, Blackface has severally made the headlines for his protracted feud with the Afrobeats legend and former member of the now-defunct Plantashun Boiz music group.

After accusing Tuface of song theft, with respect to ‘African Queen’, the singer’s 2004 track under ‘Face 2 Face’ album, Blackface would later drop his own version of the hit track.

The songwriter also dismissed claims that he did a remake of the song to get back at his former partner. He added that he wrote the song and should be able to decide who sings it and who doesn’t.



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