Eventually releasing his prophetic About to Blow mixtape in 2013 which contained songs like “Pipi Dance” and “Bankulize”.
Life Is Eazi, Vol. 1 his current effort, is an homage to Nigeria and Ghana, the two countries which have influenced his sound Take “Leg Over” for beginners. It’s a cautious attack on the senses, easing one in with its clever employ of guitar riffs reminiscent of Mobutu-era groove champions Franko and his TP OK Jazz collective.
“Leg Over” follows on from dancefloor-tailored scorcher “Dance for Me” These two, along with the Efya-featuring “Skin tight” and a few more, have found audiences from Lagos to Accra to London. Mr Eazi aims to penetrate globally, in renegade-like, rugged roadman fashion.
Besides tours, plans are underway for a remix project, Mr Eazi’s intent on increasing his offline footprint. “I want to try and get people onto the sound before [taking] them to the next level,” he concludes.