After years of rivalry, Vector and M.I Abaga, Nigerian heavyweight rappers, are set to team up for ‘Crown of Clay’, a highly-anticipated single.


The duo, who seemed to have sheathed their swords and ended their famous beef, took to their individual social media pages to announce the collaboration on Thursday.

According to MI, both the audio and video of the track will be released “soon”.

The cover art for the new single which he shared on his Twitter page shows both rappers dressed like a king and sitting on a throne with their subjects beneath their feet.


“Crown of Clay. V & M soon,” he wrote.

In the same vein, Vector also shared news of the collaboration on his Twitter page.


“You know what to do to your post notification,” he wrote.

The new project comes on the back of a protracted feud between the pair that has seen them put out diss tracks and strategically tackle each other with their artistic strides.

MI had released ‘The Viper’, a beef song aimed at Vector, a move which prompted the latter to put out ‘Judas the Rat’, a diss track for the Jos-born artiste in 2019.


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