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Eazie Boi

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Eazie Boi, formerly know as Raymond Israel Ette, is a Nigerian songwriter, solo artist, hardcore rapper, music editor, and audio engineer. Born in Port-Harcourt, Nigeria, on May 5, 1995, Eazie Boi hails from the Nsit Ibom Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. He gained attention in 2011 and achieved early recognition with his debut hit single "Appreciation" in 2012.[1].

Early Life[edit]

From a young age, Eazie Boi displayed an interest in music, winning a choir competition at the age of 4. His musical journey continued to develop, earning him recognition as the Best Singer of the Year at 11 from the Brotherhood Of The Cross And Star of Port-Harcourt. He pursued formal education in computer programming at Interlink Polytechnic Ijebu-Ijesha.


In 2011, Eazie Boi officially began his musical career, recording his first singles "Nija Boi" and "Make Me Crazy." His growing reputation led to appearances on radio and television shows in Ibadan, Lagos, and Abuja. Notably, he received an award for Best Song of the Year on 91.9FM Ibadan in 2018 with "Plenty Money."

Renowned for his involvement in Pan-Africanism, Eazie Boi's music addresses social struggles, daily life issues, love, and disappointment. He contributed significantly to the One Map Africa (OMA) movement by creating its anthem, the "Unity Song"[2].

Notable Singles[edit]

- "Far Away" (2020): Collaborated on "Aje" originally by Diamond Jimma, Barry Jhay, Jaywon, and Lyta. - "EndSarz Symphony" (2020): Addressed police brutality, aligning with the ENdSars movement. - "Burning Bridge" (2020): Explored controversial envy and challenges in the music industry. - "Katingbelengbe" (2021): A lighthearted track with Jaykon Star, showcasing Eazie Boi's versatility. - "Oshey" (2022): Celebrated Yoruba culture and encouraged self-appreciation.

Awards and Recognition[edit]

Eazie Boi received nominations for Best Backup Singer in 2014 and 2016. He won the Artist of the Year award in 2019 for "Appreciation."

Influences and Style[edit]

Influenced by Fela Kuti, Myriam Makeba, Paul Robeson, Olamide, and Lil Wynne, Eazie Boi's genre spans Afrobeat, Pop, Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Hardcore Trap Rap, R&B, Local & International Rap[3]

Artistic Style and Activism[edit]

Eazie Boi's music reflects his commitment to social causes, evident in songs like "EndSarz Symphony," where he discussed societal issues in Nigeria. He has been a voice for the younger generation striving for positive change.

Events and Performances[edit]

Eazie Boi has participated in various events, including Independence Galore, Top One Garden - Carnaval, Season Merriment, and Santa Fest, organized by Born 2 Rule Entertainment in Ibadan.

Personal Life[edit]

Eazie Boi remains associated with One Map Africa (OMA) and the Democratic Socialist Movement of Nigeria, contributing to the promotion of Pan-Africanism and continental socialism.


  1. Buzenot, Laurence; Forkah, Luki (6 December 2023). "Eazie Boi, Panafricanist, singer and activist". Afro descendants de l'océan Indien. Hypothèses. Retrieved 6 December 2023.
  2. Admin. "Eazie Boi, the voice of a united continent/Eazie Boi, the voice of a socialist society". Glamourinsightng. Retrieved 13 December 2023.
  3. Dj Scratch Ibile (14 December 2023). "Eazie Boi's artictic style and influences". Disile. News and Entertainment Blog. Retrieved 14 December 2023.

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