Jude ‘MI’ Abaga, the Nigerian rapper, has combined with Olamide and Nas, Grammy award-winning American lyricist, for a new single titled ‘Bigger.’

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The song was released on Friday alongside 11 other tracks on MI’s latest album ‘The Guy.’

The three-minute single is a mid-paced hip-hop jam at its lyrically loaded best.

Silky drums form the baseline alongside mid-tempo piano chords allowing the accomplished rappers to anchor their bars beautifully.

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MI and Nas go head-to-head with hard-hitting flows as they both boast about their respective interpretations of being bigger.

“This sh**  above us just like Canada/ This is for the kid within/ People who have talent, have discipline/ My vision it gets bigger with time/ If I ever rest shit I gave you mouth just to clown,” MI spills in his verse.

“There’s no draining of the swamp/ My trajectory gon’ be different from the start/ I’m an alligator salivating at your heart/ Leaving teeth marks in your soul — a la carte,” Nas cruises.

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Olamide also delivers his punchlines in a singsong form in the chorus.

“Oju pipon kole like cigar/ You no dey see when I dey kneel down/ Dey beg baba make I dey bigger/ When I got bigger, problems got bigger/ Money and fame e sweet and bitter/ Strings dey attach to am like guitar/ But we dey run the street like cheetah/ My dreams got bigger and I’m still getting bigger eh eh,” he coos.

Listen to ‘Bigger’ by MI featuring Nas and Olamide:

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