Nigerian Radio Presenter bans songs by Mr. Eazi for disrespecting Nigerians

A Nigerian Radio Presenter has banned songs by Mr. Eazi on his show for being “disrespectful” to Nigerians. K Show Da Maestro’s decision was influenced by Eazi’s recent comment...

A Nigerian Radio Presenter has banned songs by Mr. Eazi on his show for being “disrespectful” to Nigerians.

K Show Da Maestro’s decision was influenced by Eazi’s recent comment lashing out at Nigerian artistes for using Ghanaian words or slangs to help them get a radio hit.

I have officially banned all Mr eazi’s songs on my show” reads a tweet by the City 105.1 FM Presenter to his Ten thousand plus followers on Monday, September 12.

Read his full statement below. 

I have officially banned all Mr eazi’s songs on my show,if you will be that disrespectful to all Nigerians you can seek the airplay in Ghana

Read our previous report below. 

Nigerian Afrobeats artiste, Mr. Eazi is not excited about Nigerian acts using the Ghanaian sound just for hits.

He lashed out at fellow artistes who have decided to use Ghanaian words or slangs in order for them to score a radio hit or street anthem.

Speaking to Capital Xtra, he questioned the originality of their compositions.

Watch interview below.


Early this year,  Eazi was at the receiving end of a vicious backlash from Nigerians where he tweeted: “Ghana’s influence on present day “Naija Sound” cannot be over emphasized!!!”

Some Nigerians accused him of betraying the people who have made him what he is today, and daring to say that Ghanaians influenced Nigerians in any field of endeavour.

Mr. Eazi is a Nigerian Afrobeats artiste born Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade.

He was born in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and received his elementary and secondary education in Lagos, Nigeria.

Eazi is a product of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Coventry University with a MSc degree in Engr/Management.

He gained mainstream attention in Ghana with his song ‘Bankulize produced by DJ Juls, and has collaborated with the likes of Sarkodie, Pappy Kojo and Efya.

His other hits include Skin TightAnointingHollUp and Shitor.

Eazi was excluded from the 2016 Ghana Music Awards even though he had a good year. Organizers of the award scheme claimed he could not be nominated he is not Ghanaian.

He was awarded the WAMVA Special Recognition Award by WatsUp TV in the same year, and currently signed to WizKid’s StarBoy Worldwide label.

Eazi won the Prestigious Next Rated Act at The 2016 Headies, and Best New Artiste of the Year at the Inaugural Soundcity MVP Awards/Festival 2016.

Bylivefmghana/Ghana/91.9FM/

RELATED