Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade doesn't believe in hard lined musical boundaries. Born and raised in West Africa, Ajibade fell in love with both Ghanaian and Nigerian music. To the untrained ear, the two types of music might sound similar but upon further investigation, they're worlds apart. Finding a way to blend Ghanaian rhythms with Nigerian chord progressions and patterns, Ajibade, who adopts the musical moniker Mr Eazi, creates a style of music that is unlike anything on the West African music scene. Ajibade released his debut album as Mr Eazi in 2013 and since then he has kept busy, releasing additional material, touring and building an ever growing fan base in the process.
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