This article portend to serve as an expose to who Mr. Eazi really is, his age, marital life, his career and what he is currently worth in the music industry.
Nigeria's Mr. Eazi (real name, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade) is a Ghanian based performer notably known for his R & B afro-beat sound. He was born in Port Harcourt on 19 July, 1991, and grew up in Lagos, Nigeria. After his secondary education, he relocated to Kumasi in Ghana where he studied Mechanical Engineering at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Mr. Eazi launched his music career in 2012 with the hit single ''pipi Dance''. He collaborated with U.K based DJ Juls on the track ''Bankulize''. The single caught on and more high profile recordings followed suit, including ''Skin Tight'' in 2015. From there, he collaborated on tracks with Sarkodie, Lil Kesh, Burna Boy and others.
Despite Mr. Eazi record of success, he was denied participation in the 2016 Ghana Music Awards just because he was not a Ghanaian. However, the selfsame year 2016, he signed with the Starboy Worldwide Record Label. In 2017, he released the mixtape ''Life is Eazi, Volume1: Accra to Lagos'', featuring the likes of Big lean, Phyno, Teckno, DJ Cuppy, amongst others. Included on the album were the singles ''Leg Over'' and ''Tilapia''. The album which debuted at number four on the Billboard World Albums Chart. A string of singles appeared over the following year, including the hit ''Decline'' with British R&B singer Raye and the Lotto Boyzz and M.O collaboration ''Bad Vibe''.
Mr. Eazi grew up of enthusiastic parents, his father a pilot while his mother a business woman. While in primary school in Lagos, Mr. Eazi had a brief stint in the school choir. During his upbringing, he listened to records his Dad played for the family while they ate breakfast. At the age of 16, he relocated to Ghana to further his studies and enrolled at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi.
Mr. Eazi started recording music during his time at KNUST. He contributed guest vocals to the track ''My Life'', a song that gained traction and became a popular record at KNUST. He established a party and promotion company called Swagger Entertainment and used it as a platform to book shows and promote events on campus.
At age 23, he returned to Nigeria and opened his own e-commerce platform. Mr. Eazi is also known to be a business minded person and his league of business ventures include: importation of soft drinks, gold mining and food distribution.
Mr. Eazi is still single but not searching as he is caught in the web with his girl friend, Temi Otedola, daughter to Femi Otedola.
In 2016, Mr. Eazi won two awards at WatsUp TV Africa Music Video Awards. The awards he won are;
- Special Recognition Award Music Video Africa
- Best New Artiste
- Next Rated Award, The Headies
He is estimated to worth about $1 million.