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Mr Eazi Comes Under Serious Attack For Saying Ghana’s Songs Have Deeper Influence On Naija Songs


Mr Eazi Comes Under Serious Attack For Saying Ghana’s Songs Have Deeper Influence On Naija Songs

Nigerian artiste who plys his trade in Ghana, Mr Eazi is currently under some scathing attacks for some comments he made on twitter yesterday.

The artiste who’s signed to Wizkid’s record label came under fire after his statement about the influence of Ghanaian music on Nigerian music.


Nigerians didn’t take this statement likely at all, as twitter exploded on him.

There has always been some sort of competition between Nigerians and their Ghanaian counterparts that is most evident in the #Jollofwars and English accent debates.

Twitter exploded, feeling betrayed by the singer, for having the opinion that the statement was undermining Nigerian music industry creatives.

Industry pundits such as DJ Spinall who had a hit song ‘Ohema’ with Mr eazi in 2016 went in on him subbed him writing “A fuck boy’s true colour will always show off sooner or later.”

Ghanaian Hip-Hop/Afro-Pop artiste Ko-Jo Cue sees otherwise however, says both Ghanaians and Nigerians should be happy they are complementing each other musically.


Mr Eazi made his breakthrough into the Nigerian music scene in 2016 with the song ‘Skin tight’ and continued to woo Nigerian music lovers with wavy songs back to back, many of which were as a result of the stellar production of Ghanaian DJ/producer Juls.

Here are fans twitter reactions to his comments ….

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  1. Bomi

    January 12, 2017 at 10:43 am

    The truth is a bitter pill…
    I totally agreed with @joeyakan, even though it’s the truth, Eazi should have been smart enough to keep shut on the matter. It’s so insensitive of him.
    I also feel Cool Dj spinall was totally out of order with his response, if he has a misunderstanding with Mr Eazi, he shouldn’t have address it such a way in public, he should have been matured enough to know better, Woni ti omode ban Se bi omode, Agba ase bi Agba, which means when they go low, you go high. so to me spinall is guilty of the same crime as Eazi boy…. pot calling kettle black.

    Come to think of it, I’ve watched Ghanaian performing Artiste Efya’s performance on stage (Efya features on Wizkid’s “Daddy Yo”) and it’s far better than most of Tiwa savages live performance that have seen. I remembered sometimes last year, I told my sister I will stop watching Tiwa’s live performance, because it’s so degrading, she sound awful when she sings with the CD. I will prefer if she uses the instrumental for performance not the sing along with CD style she adopt. Tic Tac performed Fefe ne fe live on stage and it sounds like a studio work, but when Tetuila performed his part, he was wiggly wiggly wack.
    Nigerian Artiste needs to step up their game, and learn the art of music from the basics, our artiste are so lazy, so used to CD performance that they lost all the creative identity.

    thank you….

    • Sola Ayeotan

      January 12, 2017 at 11:29 am

      I seriously agree with you on a lot of things you said. Nigerian artistes need to step up their games and quit churning disgraceful performances. Olamide and a lot more other artistes are culpable in this.

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