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Martell cypher

10 Sep 2019
The latest installment to premium cognac Martell’s Cypher featured M.I Abaga, Loose Kaynon, A-Q and Blaqbonez. The cypher saw all four rap artistes deliver injurious bar and spot more fire than dragons. A lot of lyrics and wordplay was applied in the cypher and we’ve taken the liberty to pick out the top punchlines from…
12 Jan 2019
The cypher that got social media buzzing featured one-time Guardian Life's cover M.I Abaga, Guardian Life’s artist to watch Blaqbonez, A-Q, and Loose Kaynon who delivered freestyles from start to finish, has gotten the attention of Yung6ix. Yung6ix alleges that the artistes used some of his lines as a claim to fame in the song. He…

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