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Vector opens up to Sammy Walsh on ‘Crown of clay’ with M.I and rap music in Nigeria I The Dice

By Guardian Exclusive
02 April 2021   |   6:44 am
Rapper and songwriter, Olanrewaju Ogunmefun, better known by his stage name 'Vector' on The Dice this week with Sammy Walsh talks about 'Crown of clay' with M.I, the rap culture in Nigeria, and moments that defined his rap career.

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