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    Project information

    • Record label: Empawa Africa
    • Client:Mr Eazi
    • Project:CTNF
    • Instagram: Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi, whose real name is Oluwatosin Ajibade, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. Born on July 19, 1991, in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Mr Eazi gained international recognition with his fusion of Afrobeats, highlife, and R&B music genres. Mr Eazi's musical journey started in 2012 when he released his debut mixtape titled "About to Blow." However, it was his breakthrough single "Skin Tight" in 2015 that propelled him to fame. Since then, he has released several hit songs, collaborated with renowned artists, and achieved significant success in the music industry. Known for his laid-back and melodious style, Mr Eazi's music often incorporates catchy hooks, groovy rhythms, and relatable lyrics. He seamlessly blends Nigerian and Ghanaian musical influences, creating a unique sound that appeals to a diverse audience. Mr Eazi has gained a reputation as a pioneer of Banku music, a subgenre of Afrobeats characterized by the fusion of Ghanaian highlife rhythms and Nigerian patterns. His music carries a vibrant and infectious energy that transcends borders, making him a popular artist not only in Africa but also globally. Aside from his musical endeavors, Mr Eazi is also an entrepreneur and philanthropist. He founded the emPawa Africa initiative, which aims to discover, nurture, and empower emerging African artists through funding, mentorship, and exposure. This initiative has provided opportunities for many talented artists to showcase their music and achieve their dreams. Mr Eazi's contributions to the music industry have earned him numerous accolades, including awards at the All Africa Music Awards, Nigerian Entertainment Awards, and Ghana Music Awards. His collaborations with both African and international artists have further expanded his reach and influence. With his captivating performances and charismatic persona, Mr Eazi continues to make waves in the music scene, championing African music on a global scale. He remains a prominent figure and an ambassador for the Afrobeats genre, showcasing the richness and vibrancy of African music to the world.