Nigerian rap titan, Vector Tha Viper has crowned himself the number one rapper in Nigeria, this he clearly displayed in his latest visuals for ‘Alaye Jor Jor Jor’.
The audio for the audacious music which spent a few days trending on micro-blogging, social media platform, Twitter, upon its release was initially dropped as a diss track for his greatest rap rival, M. I Abaga.
‘Alaye Jor Jor Jor’ has since grown to become one of the biggest diss tracks in the history of the Nigerian music industry. Putting a video on the track, Vector came out with quite an impressive directional view, as he placed himself ahead of his other colleagues.
Vector, in the song, puts his street credibility to test, and his goons widely accepted him on the streets of Lagos, he was decorated and made to lead street lords, a sign that he is indeed the “number 1 from the 234”, the only code number used in representing Nigeria.
Vector flexes his wittiness and flaunts his applauded lyrical dexterity in the song. The video started off from a razz scene to show how well he relates with people from the streets of Lagos and later introduced us to the proper hip-hop scene with colourful effects.
Crowning himself the number one rapper poses a threat to other rappers in Nigeria and sending a loud warning to them that they should be ready for more activities this year.
The vibrant song, ‘Alaye Jor Jor Jor’ is off Vector‘s latest EP, titled ‘Vibes Before Teslim: The Journey To Self Discovery’.
Watch the visuals and ENJOY!