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E’zee Drops Fever Video


AbiolaSinger Gerald Osuji, otherwise called E’zee, has released his first music video titled Fever, which tells the story of love and the journey to finding happiness. Though the song was written in 2013, it took E’zee three years to produce the video, “because the music industry is someplace you really have to understand; if you really come in to stay, you have to do your planning properly.”

Signed on Donedeal studios, a record label he founded, E’zee who is well known for his ability to fuse Igbo language with English, began his music career with in 1993, at the Christ Holy church (Nation Builders) choir in Alaba, Lagos. With so much influence from his mum, who was also a chorister, young E’zee began writing his own songs a couple of years later.

Inspired by his father’s large collection of High life and contemporary African sounds, one isn’t surprised at how E’zee has developed himself into a force in contemporary highlife.

“Music is a passion and career for me, and has helped me stay put; I love to have people hear me out, it is not really about the money now,” he said.

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