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Thursday, 3 November 2016

Mr. Eazi Serving Us His Banku Sound


You can ‘eazily’ describe him as the new thing happening to the African music scene going by the hits singles he’s been churning out ranging from Skin Tight, Holl Up and Dance For Me.
Currently on a Campus Tour that started from his alma mater, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, KNUST, you can easily conclude that Mr. Eazi has seen it all as a hustling business entrepreneur having delved into business early in life. The graduate of Mechanical Engineering once traded in LaCasera; ran a cab business by investing his school fees of $5,999 into the business; explore solid minerals mining; delved into a Sharwarma business and also phone retailing business.
When he was in 2nd year at the KNUST he created Swagger Entertainment which pioneered the party culture in Kumasi, Ghana and gave him an inroad into the Ghanaian and Nigerian entertainment scenes.
He’s having an E.P “About To Blow” which he recorded within one week and which had Bankulize to his credit.


In a recent interview with Guardian Life, Mr. Eazi stated: “For me and my team, we are heavy with on-the-road projects because I am a Kubalor. I like traveling and music has given me a reason to travel. We are on the Life Is Eazi series, my album is going to be called Life is Eazi Vol. 1 and then the tour is like a pre-album tour in London, Ghana and Europe. In November we have Dirty November in the U.K, we have some shows with Lauryn Hill. Basically, it is build up to the Life Is Eazi album and next year we would be doing Life Is Eazi Africa; touring in 14 countries before the album drops. When the album drops, we will start another tour Life Is Eazi Album Tour which will take us to every continent by God’s grace, until we are famous in China”.
His hustling ability and buzz caught the attention of Nigerian pop star, Wizkid who signed him unto his Star Boy imprint.
“It is safe to say that Mr. Eazi is Africa’s Big Thing right now, and this is not about the hype. It’s really more about the personality behind the mic. He is not your average Nigerian musician basking in the euphoria of the spotlight, but a focus-driven and seasoned entrepreneur who sees everything as an opportunity. When you think about it, it is a blessing to the industry”. – Guardian Life


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