M.I Abaga will lead his team at Chocolate City Music are on a tour across 16 states of Nigeria. The tour is titled “Control The Economy” You can find it trending on Naija twitter with the hashtag # CBNTour, which is short for Choc Boiz Nation Tour.
You can find more about the event from the labels official twitter handle. The mega tour is set to set off this June and there will be performances from the “You Rappers Should Fix Up Your Life” rapper, M.I Abaga. Others to feature are Dice Ailes, Yung L and CKay, and Choc city official DJ and executive of the indestructible Choc Boys Nation, DJ Lambo.
Over the years, Chocolate City has proven to be very astute with artiste management and product development. And if we are to go by their former standards, then we expect this to be one mega event indeed.
While we cannot tell you the exact start date; we can confirm that the Tour will hold across 16 states. They include – Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Ekiti, Edo and Osun, Abuja, Plateau, Kano, Kaduna, Nassarawa, Imo, Enugu, Anambra and Rivers. Are you ready for the CBNTour coming to your city?
Meanwhile, the Chairman is to be one of the judges at Google Impact Challenge Africa. Google Impact Challenge Africa is an innovative program that seeks to reward NGO’s in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa.
Powered by Google, other judges for the challenge includes ex-Footballer Kanu Nwankwo and CEO of Channels Media Group, John Momoh.
In other news, Pherowshuz has dropped yet another banger, and this one is called “Ovasabi” and it’s Trending already. The joint is off his next album titled “Raw-Yalty”. This is the first single off the project and if ‘Ovasabi’ is anything to go by, then Pherowshuz’s album should be straight fire.
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