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Mr Eazi – Thank You (Prod. GuiltyBeatz)

June 03, 2019 at 16:40
Mr Eazi – Thank You (Prod. GuiltyBeatz)

Banku Music pioneer – Mr Eazi, reflects on his journey over the past few months as he

comes through with a new single tagged “Thank You“ in gratitude to the maker.

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Mr Eazi Profile

Oluwatosin Ajibade (brought into the world 19 July 1991),[1] better known by his stage name

Mr Eazi, is a Nigerian vocalist, lyricist, and entrepreneur.[2] He is the pioneer of Banku music,

a combination sound he portrays as a blend of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian harmony Thank You

movements and patterns.[3] Mr Eazi migrated to Kumasi in 2008 and selected at KNUST,

where he started booking specialists to perform at school parties.[4] He indicated enthusiasm

for music in the wake of chronicle a visitor refrain on “My Life”, a melody that picked up footing

and turned into a mainstream record at KNUST.[5] Mr Eazi discharged his presentation Thank You

mixtape About to Blow in July 2013.[6] He picked up a universal crowd following the arrival

of the Efya-helped single “Skin Tight”.[7] His second mixtape Life Is Eazi, Vol. 1 – Accra To

Lagos was discharged on 10 February 2017.[8] In March 2018, a few outlets detailed that Mr

Eazi however marked a record manage Diplo’s name Mad Decent.[9] Mr Eazi marked a permitting

manage Universal Africa, a backup of Universal Music Group.

Music vocation

Early life and profession beginnings

Mr Eazi was conceived in Port Harcourt, the capital and biggest city in Rivers State, Nigeria.

[5] He experienced childhood in an innovative home. Furthermore, his mom possessed a private company and his dad is a pilot.

The last parent built up his own private flight counseling practice.[5]

While going to elementary school in Lagos, Mr Eazi had a concise spell in the school’s choir.

[5] During his childhood, he tuned in to records his father would play for the family while

having breakfast.[11] At age 16 however, Mr Eazi moved to Ghana to advance his instructive

undertakings, taking on the mechanical designing system at Kwame Nkrumah University

of Science and Technology (KNUST).[5] Mr Eazi began recording music amid his time at

KNUST. He contributed visitor vocals to the track “My Life”, a tune that picked up footing

and turned into a mainstream record at KNUST. Preceding that, he set up a gathering and

advancement organization called Swagger Entertainment.[11] He utilized this stage to book

appears and advance occasions on the grounds of KNUST.[5] When he was 23 years of age,

he came back to Nigeria and opened his very own internet business platform.[5] Mr Eazi

revealed to The Guardian paper he quickly worked for Schlumberger when he came back

to Nigeria.[2] He additionally told the previously mentioned paper his business adventures

included soda pops import, gold mining, and sustenance distribution.[2] Thank You Moreover,

he disclosed to Highsnobiety he began around six business ventures.[11] In 2014, Mr Eazi quit

being a club advertiser after a craftsman neglected to appear for the biggest party he endeavored to throw.[11]Thank You

2013–2015: About to Blow and different discharges

Mr Eazi discharged his 13-track debut mixtape About to Blow in July 2013.[6]

It created two singles: “Pipi Dance” and “Bankulize”. The previous was discharged in

mid-2012, while the last was discharged in 2013.[6] Mr Eazi recorded the mixtape with

maker Klu and discharged it inside a week.[4] The Fader magazine portrayed the mixtape

as a “vigorously dancehall-inclining SoundCloud playlist”.[4] Prior to discharging the mixtape,

Mr Eazi worked with makers, for example, Magnom, Peeweezle, Nshona, Klumonsta, D’Tunes,

and E-Kelly. Additionally, he was highlighted on Stay Jay’s “Infant Lace” and Lousika’s

“Knockout”.[6] In 2014, Mr Eazi migrated to Nigeria. Inside two months of coming back

to his local nation, he was reached by DJ Juls, a UK-based Ghanaian maker and circle racer.

Juls contacted him subsequent to figuring out how to get it together of a portion of his recordings.[5] Due to not having the option to find the sound documents of his old accounts,

Mr Eazi’s endeavor at working with Juls slowed down for a long time.[5]Thank You

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Mr Eazi inevitably got hold his sound records and sent them to Juls through email, who made another beat and

made the craftsmanship for the mixtape’s second single “Bankulize”.[5] The tune highlights

vocals from Ghanaian hiplife craftsman Pappy Kojo and was discharged in November 2014.

[5] The authority remix highlights Burna Boy and was discharged in September 2016.[12]

Mr Eazi first debuted the remix on Ebro Darden’s Beats 1 radio demonstrate a month earlier.[13]

In August 2015, Mr Eazi discharged the dancehall-impacted track “Skin Tight”.

It highlights visitor vocals from Ghanaian artist Efya and was created by DJ Juls.[14]

In a meeting with Complex magazine, Mr Eazi portrayed the tune as a “fusion”.[3]

He said he spoke Ghanaian pidgin on the conveyance and utilized Nigerian melodies.[3]

In August 2016, Nigerian record maker Cobhams Asuquo discharged an interpretation of

the tune. DJ Caise however discharged a house remix of the tune in September 2016, while Terry G teamed up with Mr Eazi to discharge a remix of the song.[15][16] In April 2017, “Skin Tight” was highlighted in a promotion for the vodka brand Ciroc.[17] Mr Eazi was included on Eugy’s 2016 hit single “Move for Me”.






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