Mr Eazi returns with new track ahead of 02 Academy Brixton show

The new track entitled ‘Call Waiting’ also acts as a teaser to a potential EP Eazi will be releasing sometime in November


IT’S BEEN a little over two months since Mr Eazi released new music but with his previous single Doyin ft. Simi currently sitting on 6.8 Million views what better way to start a new month than to release a brand new single entitled Call Waiting.

Mr Eazi tones it down for this one as he’s confused as to why his lover won’t return his calls. He’s joined by his fellow ‘Empawa Africa’ distribution label mates – Ghanaian singer King Promise, who released his debut album over the summer As Promised and newcomer on the scene Ghanaian rapper Joey B, who released his single No Waste Time earlier this month.

The video takes place on the beautiful island of Ghana and is shot by a local director – Babs Direction. Call Waiting also acts as a teaser to a potential EP Eazi will be releasing sometime in November; following on from his previously acclaimed mixtape Life is Eazi, Vol. 2: Lagos To London.

Watch the video below:

Mr Eazi remains as one of the hottest independent Afrobeats artists in the music scene; since he began making waves within the music industry in 2016. He released his highly anticipated mixtape Life is Eazi, Vol. 2 – Lagos To London last year and has since cemented his status within the UK from teaming up with some of the countries most elite artists – Giggs (London Town), Sneakbo (Chicken Curry), Lotto Boyzz (Attention) and Maleek Berry (Dabebi). As well as becoming one of Africa’s highly coveted artists to work with, Eazi has also recognition for launching Empawa Africa; Africa’s first incubator programme designed to develop talents within the continent.

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