Mr Eazi is clearly on another level and we’re proud of him and how far he’s gone in such short time.
I mean, 2016 was his breakout year and he’s been doing amazing since then.
— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) July 26, 2017
And even got to perform on the Late Late Show with James Corden.
Recently, he was a guest on Capital Xtra where he discussed his rise, working with Wizkid, Afrobeat and more with Ras Kwame.
Then he talked about Nigerian artistes using Ghanaian sounds saying
As at last december, almost 60% of Nigerian artistes were in Ghana playing shows. Now everybody is using what’s like banku.
You can watch what the excerpt where he speaks about that here
Mr. Eazi is over other Nigerian artists using the Ghanaian sound for quick hits. 😂 pic.twitter.com/z112Rzw2Y0
— zaga dat ⚡️ (@fxntney) September 6, 2017
“Know say you sabi cook waakye”
But we have one question though: is the banku music trademarked?
Because assuming it’s true, it only means that they’re trying to move with the current flow you know?
On the other hand, it lends credence to what he said last year about Ghanaian music influencing in a way