It is clearly a blessed holiday and as you nurse a hangover wherever you are, Kenyan gengetone is being elevated to the world. I woke up today to news that Joefes, a gengetone singer from Mbuzi gang had received a message from Mr Eazi on Instagram who admitted that he loved his music a lot. Do we smell a collaboration between the Nigerian singer and Joefes?
It is about time that gengetone diversified and grew tremendously into the world. Joefes has been a team player and a great rapper who is already soring higher and taking the process gradually.
Mr Eazi personally reached out to Joefes just to tell him how much he loved his music.
Mr Eazi is a worldwide known singer from Nigeria with hits like Nobody. He is better known for being the pioneer of Banku music, a fusion of sound he describes as a mixture of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian chord progressions and patterns. He is also a great song writer and enterprenuer.
Mr Eazi relocated to Kumasi, Ghana in 2008 and enrolled at a music institution where he began booking artists to perform at college parties. He showed interest in music after recording a guest verse on "My Life", a song that gained traction and became a popular. Mr Eazi released his debut mixtape About to Blow in July 2013. He gained an international audience and began being noticed whenever he released a song.
The collaboration could be exactly what the Kenyan gengetone music requires. Follow black Market Records Africa for more music updates.
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