You rappers should fix up your life
It’s no news that MI has come out with a new track titled “you rappers should fix up your life” The track addresses rappers and from the title sounds like he is “dissing” all rappers and their music. At first I felt the likes of Olamide, Phyno and Illbliss were going to come after him for the track but thanks to VJ Adams who had a special interview with MI on his song, he further explained the concept behind his song and the set of people he is actually addressing through the track.
It turned out that Olamide and the rest of successful rappers are not in the category of rappers who need to “fix up their lives”. MI’s new rap single is a response to a clamor for something new in the hip hop world, realizing that none of the up and coming acts have worked so hard to earn a spot in the big picture of rap music, he came up the track to give them a little of “dissing” and some charge.
This however did not go down well with some of the up and coming acts, many response tracks were given to the track, especially that from Dremo.
In his response track “fix up your account “Dremo made it clear that doing good music is not the problem but lack of finance to sell out the good music is a number one hindrance.
Payper Corleone also mentioned in his track “top 5 dead or alive” that the rappers who have made names for themselves are not ready to help the young and talented ones grow, in his reply to MI’s fix up your life, he opines that many of the made rappers are afraid that the young ones might come up and chase them out of the hip hop game.
In his opinion, MI’s fix up your life tack is hypocritical in itself as he sees it as a way of MI maintaining his relevance in the world of hip hop through a controversial track.