Music: M.I Abaga is Vegan, Hates BEEF, Musically Speaking (Video)


Loopy Records executive and artist M.I Abaga is apparently not much of a “beef” fan. He prefers a vegan meal, musically speaking. The artist who also has a music business relationship with Chocolate City Records, released a new video yesterday to his hit single ‘beef.’ The video marketed and promoted by Chocolate City, I have to say, I think, is one of the most creative videos I have seen from M.I. The video doesn’t even try hard yet it scores big with creativity. I dig everything about it. Check on it.

WARNING: Mild instance of strong language used. Click at your discretion.

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