Mr Eazi Spotlights Nigeria's Neglected Genres in #LagostoLondon Documentary
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Mr Eazi Spotlights Nigeria’s Neglected Genres in #LagostoLondon Doccie

Nigerian Artist Mr Eazi has fast become an Afro-Beats Ambassador across the continent and more so in the United Kingdom. His playful lyrics, bass-heavy beats and signature drawl have made his music both catchy and well…easy to vibe to.

In honour of his new album, mans put together an accompanying documentary that channels different musical culture of Lagos, Nigeria. Proving that Naija music is more than just Afro-Beats, the doccie showcases the Lagos Alte (Alternative), Mainland and Dance movements.

Mr Eazi who has a BSc in Engineering left his job as a second-hand phone salesman to pursue music; and for this, we are grateful!  Mr Eazi’s quirky work continues spreading virally while he’s not leaving his fellow African Musos behind. This year he collaborated with the likes of Shekhinah and Ammara Brown and all the while sold out in the 02 Arena in the UK. 

Lagos to Nigeria the Documentary also highlights how closely knitted the musical urban culture in the UK is linked to that of Nigeria. Statistically speaking, Mr Eazi’s number one streaming location is the United Kingdom. 

Yup, they don’t call the man Uncle London for anything!  

If you’re in Harare on the 30th of November, catch Mr Eazi at Glamis Arena as he supports Ammara Brown for the Ammartia Ignite Concert.

Watch the 20 minute Lagos to London documentary below.



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