T-Obay and Minz detail the celebrity lifestyle on "My Nigga" - The Native

Hear T-Obay and Minz on new single, “My Nigga”

The perks of being a celebrity are huge: fame, free designer clothes, hot lovers and exotic locations on snapchat posts. And though the internet and social media has given everyone their moments of fame and sometimes even wealth, artists seem to enjoy the limelight more than most. T-Obay and Minz’s “My Nigga”  share some parts of this success story in the making, over the mid-tempo piano-led instrumentals on their new collaborations, “My Nigga”.

Using a grass-to-grace narrative, “My Nigga” listens like a filter-free story on Minz and T-Obay’s climb to fame. Minz explains all the things he had to do; “Me I No Dey Sleep, I Dey Work/ Everyday I Struggle” before finally bragging about the rewards of his hustle; “When They See Me Ni Igboro/ All The Girls Wan Follow Me Go”. 

As opposed to the popular impression that celebrities lead harmful lifestyles that can influence the youth negatively, “My Nigga” is filled with positive messages. Even as T-Obay raps and brags, his verses are underlined with religious and quasi-spiritual references you can also hear on Minz’s contribution.

You can stream “My Nigga” by T-Obay and Minz below.

Featured Image Credits: Instagram/tobay_


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