M.I. ABAGA BIO, AGE, NET WORTH 2021, REAL NAME – Jude Abaga
M.I Abaga, or Jude Abaga, is a Nigerian rapper, musician, and record producer. On the 4th of October, 1981, he was conceived. From June 2015 to 2019, he was the CEO of Chocolate City in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. As you read on, you’ll learn about his background, total assets, and occupation.
MUSIC CAREER AND BIOGRAPHY (EARLY LIFE)
MI’s musical career began when his mother bought him some melodic gear to practice with when he was a child. Simultaneously, he pondered the melodic works of certain well-known American artists, which eventually spurred him. He polished his craft by playing in hip hop performances created at his Michigan high school, and he was a respectable artist equipped with good expressive substance.
When he arrived in Nigeria in 2003, he immersed himself in music in Jos, where he lived, and released his debut single, “Safe.” Surprisingly, the song was a hit, receiving massive playing on radio and television stations across the country, prompting him to release his album “Discussion About It” in 2008. He also released his first mixtape, “Unlawful Music 1,” in 2009, followed by “Unlawful Music 2” in 2012 and “Unlawful Music 3” in 2016.
MI Abaga was signed to Chocolate City Records and then relocated to Abuja. As his ubiquity and fan base grew by a large margin, his movement signaled the beginnings of something new in his career.
He co-claimed a music creation mark called ‘Rytchus period’ with his sibling, Jesse Jagz. Throughout the years M.I Abaga has discharged extraordinary collections some of which are; ‘Discussion about it’ which was dropped in 2008.
In 2010, he discharged another collection named ‘MI2’. Another collection named ‘Executive’ was discharged in 2014 and afterward the aggregation collections named ‘The Indestructible Choc Boiz Nation’ with the Chocolate City Boyz in 2015. He additionally discharged mixtapes for ‘Unlawful Music 1 out of 2009, ‘Illicit Music 2 out of 2012, and ‘Illicit Music 3-The Finale in 2016.
AWARDS AND SELECTIONS
He has received a number of awards and recognitions for his contributions to the industry, including the following:
Orange was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2010 for being the most amiable brand.
Musician of the Year at the 2010 Malaysian African Entertainment Awards
Musician of the Year, 2010 City People Entertainment Awards
Musician of the Year, Future Awards, 2010.
2010, Future Awards-Musician of the Year
2009, NMVA-Best Use of Special Effects in Video
2009, MTV Africa Music Awards-Best New Act
2008, Mode-men Awards-Musician of the Year
2008, Hip Hop World Awards-Best Rap Single
2009, Nigerian Entertainment Awards-Best New Act of the Year
2009, Hip Hop World Awards-Hip Hop Revelation including Best Rap Album
2015, The Headies-Best Rap Album (Nominated)
2011, Diaspora Professional Dubai-Artiste of the Year (Won)
2011, The Headies-Album of the Year (M.I2)
2010, BET Awards-Best International Act
2010, Hip Hop World Awards-Lyricist on the Roll.
M.I. ABAGA NET WORTH
M.I. ABAGA Abaga signed a deal to run Globacom, the world’s largest media transmission company, as well as other prestigious deals with major corporations. His total assets are valued at $3.9 million dollars, making him one of the most expensive and powerful craftsman in the Nigerian and African music industries.