Magnito features Omashola, Ik Ogbonna, and Descushiel on a new song “Pandemic”
Tension Gang records front-liner Magnito is back with another single titled “Pandemic” featuring Omashola, Ik Ogbonna, and Descushiel.
Meanwhile, sometimes in May, he dropped Ninety6. On the song, He addresses how hardworking they are, the way they strive and hustle to conquer poverty, how they invest, take care of their Mother and also flex at the same time.
Magnito’s Journey To Music
Magnito was 19 years old when he started rap as a hobby but embarked on music professionally at 24 years of age. His best Nigerian musician growing up were the Late Majek Fashek and Ras Kimono.
He figured he had talent in rap while he was in the university. he had a friend called Philosophy back in school. he would sit and listen to him rap and try to imitate him.
It did not work out at first but all of a sudden he got the zeal to write his lines and people liked it. He was listening to other rap artists like Jay Z, Busta Rhymes, 2pac, and Biggy and tried to imitate them as well.
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Later, Magnito and Philosophy started a group called Mic Checkers. In Jos, M.I Abaga used to organize rap battles called Jam session and he was always there. The rap battles were put online for everyone to see so everyone tried to be on top of their game.
The first song he ever recorded was Tele Mi. It was produced by DaCapo.
Listen and Download Pandemic below:-