My beef with MI sold us records — Vector.
Rapper Vector confessed that his long-drawn beef with rapper MI sold albums to them when he announced that both have reconciled.
In 2020, the beef between Vector and MI hit the wave when both rappers launched a slew of diss tracks.
Vector explained how an alcoholic brand had walked into their beef, and money was made off it, speaking at a press conference to promote his new record.
“With the beef tracks, did we make money? Yeah, records have been sold. Yes, those special demands for diss songs usually come from the fans. There was a lot of downloads of our songs; like, we were trending at first position in the US. Both beef tracks on Genuis.com trended at number’ Vector began.
” MI and I were going on a tour round the globe and also use the medium to pass on a message to other artists that beefs shouldn’t have to go beyond music, Vector also stressed.
Vector has also disclosed that MI features the yet-to-be-released track, T.E.S.L.I.M, which means The Energy Still Resides In Me, will be dropping on February 26, 2021.