Mr Eazi releases two singles ahead of world tour [Audios]

Banku Music boss, Mr Eazi has teamed up with Giggs, Mr Real and Slimcase for his latest singles.

Mr Eazi has been cementing his Uncle London status with UK charting hits (Decline, Bad, Bad Vibe) over the last few months and now the Happy Boy is ready to give us a sneak peek of his forthcoming EP ‘Life is Eazi, Vol. 2 – Lagos To London’ with the banger ‘London Town.’

Production duo Da Beatfreakz provide a hard beat that features a heavyweight verse from Giggs and sees Mr Eazi switch his style from laidback melodies to hard flows.

Mr Eazi’s second single, ‘Overload,’ which features Mr Real and Slimcase was produced by beat master E-Kelly.

E-Kelly worked his production magic to create a rhythmic beat that adopts the dark Southern African drum patterns with the warm bounce of original Nigerian melodies.

Naija’s hottest MC’s Mr Real, the man behind the street anthem ‘Legbegbe’ and official ‘shaku shaku (dance move) master’ Slimcase, bring a refreshing feel to the song.

This musical collective layer their bars and tag team between each other to create a catchy tune that you can’t help but press repeat on.

Catch Mr Eazi on tour dates across the world during his Happy Boy Tour 2018.

Click on Overload and London Town to listen to Mr Eazi’s two new singles.

By: Kwame Dadzie/citinewsroom.com/Ghana

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