Music Fri, 8 Jul 2011

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Eazzy Looking For Love

At 24 Ghana’s hottest hi-hop and R&B female artiste, Eazzy Baby is yet to grab a lover and she has told news-one she has now decided to look for a man to warm her bed at night.

Eazzy, popular for her two hit songs-‘Wengeze’ and ‘Bo Wonsem Ma Me’-said she has remained lonely for the past two years and concentrated on her music career. She said though she ahs dated before, she decided to take a long break to build her career before having another relationship.

She however fell short of explaining if not having a man in her life for the past two years meant that she had abstained from sex during the period. “Very soon, I will be two years in the industry. That would be this July. So hopefully after my second year, I can give a chance to someone to start a relationship with me and possibly get married….I am single for now, Ha..Ha. I am not married, and not going out,” Eazzy revealed.

This is July, the month Eazzy set as a deadline to start looking for love, so he should have either started searching for her dream man or has already grabbed one. The artiste’s love life has attracted a lot of media reports as Ghanaian paparazzi speculated endlessly on who she might be dating. There was a time she had to publicly deny that she was in a love relationship with Black Stars player Dede Ayew. She admitted they were the best of friends but denied they were having a love affair or romantic relationship.

“Oh Dede is one of my celebrity friends just like Tinny, Tic Tac or others,” Eazzy explained. There were reports that she got married to record label mate Richie, after pictures of their supposed wedding were released on the internet a couple of months ago. However, it turned to be photos of a music video the two were shooting together.

Speaking on her career, Eazzy said: “there is a new album coming up called ‘Zero’. We featured almost every artiste you can find in Ghana…Zero means Ziggy, Eazzy, Richie and O.J Blaq. We are the main squad for Lynx Entertainment, so we take our first initials to mean back to Zero meaning back to Ziggy, Eazzy, Richie and O.J”

She also added she was unhappy about losing label mates Asem, Irene and others: “Of course, I am not happy about it. I wish things had gone the other way round but then again we are trying very hard to cope. I like the fact that apart from the fact that they are not on the label anymore, they are still friends. We still talk to each other. We still keep in touch and together on BB and when we see each other we are like a family. Yes working relationship is not going on anymore but we are still a family.”

Aside the Zero project coming from Lynx, Eazzy said she was personally coming out with a single and it would drop by December this year. She is also working on a collaboration project with Nigerian hip hop princess Mo’cheddah. “Hopefully this is going to be a stepping stone to invade Nigeria’s make dominated industry just like we have here in Ghana,” she said.

Eazzy wasn’t too happy about Ghana’s music industry. She said it wasn’t easy at all. “Trust me; it is when you are outside that you think everything is rosy and smooth. But there are a lot of ups and downs. The system is funny and there is a lot shady stuff going on in it but somehow, one way or the other, with good management, it can get better. We are getting three but it is not easy,” she added. Eazzy is a Ga from Accra. She comes from a family of four-her younger brother, mother, dad and herself. She describes herself as a fun loving person.

“I am down to earth person. I have my own fun. I enjoy my own privacy and I also have passion for music,” she told News-one. One advantage Eazzy has over her contemporaries is her extraordinary ability to dance I addition to rapping and singing at the same time. News-one’s checks revealed that after Mfantiman, Eazzy attended the Institute of Professional Studies in Ghana, before going to the Chartered Institute of Marketing in England.

Source: News-One

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