It is just the beginning of a new year and female rapper and singer, Eazzy is already warming herself up for great shows to last the period. Her first call of duty was the shoot of her new single, Back to the bone which featured Edem.
The video which was shot yesterday at various locations in Accra brought out Eazzy’s versatility in languages as she rapped in Ga, Ewe and patois.
In an interaction with Showbiz earlier this week, the Wengeze singer who declared the year 2014 as her “Year of goodies” said, production of music videos have become another avenue for artistes to impress the public with their looks and moves apart from their vocal abilities.
She said the shoot of Bad to the bone is just one of the many activities that her management has put in place as part of the package expected to see her brand soar high to the international level.
“Every artiste has an ambition and a dream to reach the international stage and that is what my team and I will be working on for the year. This year will see me collaborating with many artistes and I am hopeful our efforts will yield fruits” she stated.
She said that even though last year was quite an eventful year considering the number of shows she participated in and the success that her single, Scream, chalked she was hopeful for an exposure on the international platform.
“I am looking forward to a Channel O Awards and that means that I would need to put in extra effort on my works. Back home, I am also expecting some nominations and probably awards at this year’s Ghana Music Awards” she said.
After her debut album, Twinkle, launched in 2010, which contained songs like Wengeze and Bo Wo Nsem Ma Me, Eazzy has had over 15 nominations in a variety of awards schemes.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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