M.I Abaga Parts Ways With Chocolate City Starts Incredible Music

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M.I Abaga Parts Ways With Chocolate City Starts Incredible Music
Abaga Parts Ways With Chocolate City Starts Incredible Music

Abaga Quits & Leaves Chocolate City And Start Incredible Music

M.I Abaga Parts Ways With Chocolate City Starts Incredible Music
Abaga Parts Ways With Chocolate City Starts Incredible Music

Parts Ways With Chocolate City Starts Incredible Music – Nigerian rapper, Abaga has parted ways with Chocolate City music record label after a 13years business relationship with the label.

made the announcement via Instagram on Friday, revealing his decision to finally let go and move on because it now seem that his best is not enough.

also announced the start of his own record label named Incredible Music.

He released his 10th studio project titled Judah The EP, which is also his first release under Incredible Music.

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