M.I Abaga Vs Jesse Jagz – The Playlist Saga

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M.I Abaga Vs Jesse Jagz

Prior to the release of M.I Abaga’s last mixtape material “Illegal Music 3” and Jesse Jagz’s studio album “Emperor Jagz”; the Abaga brothers are literally going head to head this week on The Playlist Saga.

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Young Denzel – M.I Abaga is arguably the most influential hip-hop artist not just in Nigeria but Africa, with three (3) studio albums, two (2) mixtapes currently out as of the time this is been written. Since the release of his debut album ‘Talk About It’, he has left hip-hop heads wanting more of the good music he has to offer.

Although some think his second studio album’M.I 2′ wasn’t so good, he went ahead to clarify everyone with the sixteenth track on his third album.

After his debut album, versatile act and multi-instrumentalist ‘Jesse Jagz‘ parted ways with his record label Chocolate City (not a story you don’t know about though) to start “Jagz Nation”.

Demolishing all boundaries of doubt regarding his versatility, Jesse released two albums “Jagz Nation, Vol.1: Thy Nation Come” and “Jagz Nation Vol. 2: Royal Niger Company” which raised his stand in the industry but the better-sweet part came when he returned to the label he left.

Jesse Jagz once called himself “The Greatest” and his elder brother M.I Abaga also labelled himself as “EPIC”.

We can’t pick sides but the below playlist will speak for it self.

  1. Number One (feat. Flavour) M.I 3:14
  2. God On The Mic Jesse Jagz 3:25
  3. M.I - One Naira (feat. Waje)
  4. Burning Bush Jesse Jagz 4:34
  5. Anoti M.I 2:50
  6. Wetin Dey Jesse Jagz 4:01
  7. Fast Money, Fast Cars (feat. Wizkid) MI 4:23
  8. High Life (feat. Rexx) Jesse Jagz 7:00
  9. Epic ft. Praise M.I 4:57
  10. Greatest Jesse Jagz 4:12
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Oghene Michael

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