MI Abaga, Nigerian rapper and record producer, is set to release his 11th studio album. 


The 39-year-old musician broke the news in series of posts via his Instagram stories on Thursday.

Although the rapper did not reveal the album’s release date, he said he had completed work on the project.

He also appreciated fans for their supports during the production of the much-awaited project.


“I think I’m done… Anyone wey no sweet, una go manage am like that… Thank you guys for the messages. Project 11 on the way.” he wrote.

The forthcoming project is coming after the success recorded by ‘Judah the EP,’ his 10th studio project, released last year and ‘The Live Report’, his collaborative work with AQ.

MI, whose real name is Jude Abaga, has established himself as a household name in the Nigerian music landscape with numerous awards and recognition.


He is also known for his social consciousness, which has bared itself in some of his musical releases in the past.

In August, the rapper had lamented the dilapidated state of Nigerian police stations after he spent two hours in one of the facilities.

MI had last year announced his departure from Chocolate City, a record label he joined in 2007, to form Incredible Music, his own music label.


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