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“In anticipation of her birthday on July 13th, the Empress, EVAEZI releases an unusual smash hit single which celebrates the thick and curvy ladies titled “OFILI GAN GAN”.

The ‘let loose’ dance track which was produced by fellow artist and producer ZDON PAPORRELLA is a comical and descriptive piece using the Yoruba language to accentuate the beauty of the curvy ladies like herself.

EVAEZI has been quite busy. Asides her music, she is fast becoming known in the Movie industry not just for her roles in movies and series like SHUGA by MTV, ALAN POZA by Charles Novia, 10:10 by Gbenga Salu, EASY ACCESS by Muyiwa Ojo, PRESIDENT FOR A DAY by Africa Magic and of course KNOCKING ON HEAVEN’S DOOR by Emem Isong & Ini Edo – A Musical where she not only played the role of a pastor’s wife BUT is responsible for composing 95% of the Soundtrack in the movie. Most people may not know that EVAEZI is also the singing voice for the female lead played by new comer; Adesua Etomi. EVAEZI currently scores big budget movies for the likes of Desmond Elliot and his International associates.”

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Not long after the successful release of her sizzling hot video, ‘No Girl like Me’… The beautiful and curvaceous EVAEZI hit the studio and partnered with award winning Singer/producer Zdon Paporrella to release this melodious dance love song called “WATA FEELING”. The song which is a fusion of Yoruba, Pidgin English and English forces one to feel the euphoria of love that’s in the air this Valentine season.

I like this tune. classy!!
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TO MARK HER MOTHER’S BIRTHDAY (JUNE 3RD) SULTRY SINGER, SONG WRITER AND ACTRESS EVAEZI OGORO RELEASES A FRESH NEW AND EXCITING NEW SINGLE TITLED “TIRINRIN”.

The Single includes 2 tracks, TIRINRIN which is the heading track, a witty love song that one can’t help but laugh, love and dance to every time one listens to it. The song is produced by singer-producer GEORGEE NATANIEL.

The second track titled THINK OF ME produced by BIGFOOT MICWORX is a deep and eerie ballad carefully crafted as a narration from a dead girl who was a victim of domestic violence.

EVAEZI’S vocal ability and creativity is unmatched as her delivery in the ballad is extremely theatrical and often reduces one to tears.

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Its the beautiful, very sultry, extremely talented, naughty soul diva Evaezi; stirring up some trouble  as she performs the much talked about & controversial “The Breakup Song”… Stellar Performance!

Something different during the month of love, for those who have recently broken up with their partners, who are single or just not feeling all the love right now.

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Brand new joint from Evaezi! This one features hot act, Morell and the final product is a pretty *clears throat*… exciting song. It’s not a love song, it’s a *** song.

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EVAEZI ( @I_AM_EVAEZI ) who is NOT the same as Eva Alordiah the rapper has been on her grind since 1996 back when she bore the name EVA (Da Diva). But of recent times, she seems to be in a re-inventing phase, having fun with music wherever she finds it. Her controversial ‘The Break Up song’ filled with wit and humor has put d spotlight on her again. Her feature in Boogey’s BURNING BUSH which many have described as ‘hauntingly beautiful’ has confirmed that she IS NOT your average singer and songwriter.

Her songs and vocal displays are more daring, more controversial than ever and she seems to be getting better while she’s having fun with it… I believe this sets her apart from any other female singer in Nigeria. Her versatility is off the hook.

Evaezi now has found her way to the studio of hot rising producer DHECADE ( @dhecade ) and has done a ‘steamy’, ‘sexy’ teaser track called COME CLOSER which features the smooth vocals of pretty boy MORELL ( @imorell ).

Be warned, THIS IS NOT A LOVE SONG.. We would definitely stamp the Parental advisory on this one.

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Alan Poza is movie I would definitely want to see. If not for anything but the laughs. The movie directed Charles Novia stars O.C Ukeje, Beverly Naya, Norbert Young,Yvonne ‘Vixen’ Ekwerre, Okey Uzoeshi, Terry tha Rapman, Mtrill, and Evaezi is scheduled to be released in February 2013.

Synopsis
Alan Poza is a hilarious youth comedy which exposes the emotional adventures of a young, enterprising music industry executive as he searches for his true inner feelings in a sector filled with temptations and emotional uncertainties. The movie is a nexus between Nollywood and the music industry as it brings players and stars of both arms together for an unforgettable experience.

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“My son David is Meant for Greatness”, words from Boogey’s Mother. It’s his birthday folks, and he decided to celebrate it in grand-style. Realeasing Burning Bush featuring EvaEzi.

Listen Up, Happy Birthday Boogey.

Skip the introductions, Boogey impressed critics and fans with his mixtape Art-ificial Intelligence some weeks ago and is rapidly rising to the top of the Nigerian Rap-chain. As Boogey celebrates his birthday today, we are proud to present to you his new single “Burning Bush” featuring the talented Evaezi and produced by Michael Excel.

Happy birthday Boogey.

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The much awaited and most exciting 3RD edition off the EVAEZI UNPLUGGED series holding on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 3RD is assured to be one awesome evening SPECIALLY pieced together for hardworking folks and music lovers from far and wide.

This Edition comes with a special theme; SOUL MEETS HIPHOP. This edition we celebrate soul and hiphop. The evening will feature some of the best soul singers and underground rappers in Nigeria. The list is quite impressive; from the elegant RUBY GYANG (first lady of Loopy Records – MI’s record label) to the gifted ESE PETERS, PITA, UCHE AGBAI, ADUKE, DEBBIE, THE STUPIDBOTS and more. On the side of Hiphop, we have DARK POET, MTRILL, CYRUS, BOOGEY, KANEBI, YOYE, DTRUCE and more. We cannot forget the intellectual Spoken wordsmiths EFE PAUL, DONA, TOPE MASCOW, DOLAPO and more.

For those of you who do not know, EVAEZI UNPLUGGED is a matured, intimate, witty, relaxed evening of live music, poetry and spoken word featuring EVAEZI (an award winning singer formerly known as EVA) who began a campaign to promote good, live music by the ‘Purists’ who greatly suffer a lack of proper exposure because they are a minority in the Entertainment industry. The evening is a time of laughter, philosophies, mingling and all round relaxation. THERE IS NEVER A DULL MOMENT… It is everything needed to calm and yet stimulate the growing mind.

EVAEZI UNPLUGGED (November) 2012 is proudly supported by BEYOND ENTERTAINMENT TV

The details for the upcoming UNPLUGGED edition are as follows:

VENUE: SWE BAR, CITY MALL Onikan (opposite MUSON centre)

TIME: 7PM

DATE: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD, 2012

GATE FEE: FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!!!!

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So this joint has been on my BB for a min and the evil spirit of leaking overcame me, and I’ve decided to go ahead and share. Evaezi will understand :).

She features Konga on this, and you can tell it’s a bit old, but it’s still hot!

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EVAEZI UNPLUGGED series IS BACK!!!!!

The 2nd edition off the EVAEZI UNPLUGGED series holding on SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd promises to be one awesome evening SPECIALLY pieced together for hardworking folks with a special guest performances featuring, the handsome, silver tongued RnB SINGER, PRAIZ, the beautiful AMAKA (of former THOROUGH BREDS), M’TRILL the Microphone Killer, EFE-PAUL the VERY deep political wordsmith and WANAWANA, the charming On Air Personality of Inspiration FM.

For those of you who do not know, EVAEZI UNPLUGGED is a matured, intimate, witty, relaxed evening of live music, poetry and spoken word featuring EVAEZI (the singer formerly known as EVA) and some of her extremely talented friends. It is a time of laughter, philosophies, mingling and all round relaxation. THERE IS NEVER A DULL MOMENT… everything needed to calm and yet stimulate the growing mind.

The details for the upcoming UNPLUGGED edition are as follows:

VENUE: SWE BAR, CITY MALL Onikan (opposite MUSON centre)

TIME: 6PM

DATE: SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd, 2012

GATE FEE: FREE! FREE!! FREE!!!!!!

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EVAEZI in conjunction with BROWNS CAFE cordially invites you and your establishment to ‘EVAEZI UNPLUGGED‘ – an, adult classy and intimate evening of Live Music with a 3 man ensemble, Spoken Word, Poetry and excerpts from popular Movies by respectable Musicians, actors, actresses and poets in Nigeria on spicey topics that provokes the senses.

The show which is a prelude to EVAEZI’s main event: WHISPERS Season 2, taking place in JULY will feature phenomenal artistes like BEAZY, M’TRILL, Dr. FRABZ, WANAWANA (An On air personality of Inspiration fm), EFE-PAUL (the political poet), IBIYEMI, ZEAL, AMAKA, IJEOMA, THE BRIDGE and more.

It is an evening for the ‘MATURED’ mind who appreciates GREAT music and artistic DEPTH only.

EVAEZI who is becoming quite popular with her fiesty and controversial music and topics is not pulling any stops with this event as she blurts out philosophies, opinions and lessons about life in a comical and witty way.
DATE: (SUNDAY) JUNE 3RD, 2012

VENUE: THE BROWNS CAFE, 15b Sasegbon street off Oduduwa Crescent, Ikeja GRA.

TIME: 6PM

GATE FEE: N1, 500 (Payment will be made at the gate on the day of the event)

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If you’re not familiar with Evaezi then maybe you have been living under a rock for the past couple of years. In her “X” number of years in this life, and in this industry she has been through her fair share of ups and downs. From smashing her voice box in an accident to an extensive rebranding process which we all know is never easy in this industry.

In addition you can count multiple singles, and award nominations, the likes under her belt. Without revealing too much about the interview let’s get right into it.

Aribaba: For those who don’t know who you are, Please introduce yourself

Evaezi: My full name is Evaezihifue Ogoro, stage name Evaezi. I used to be called Eva D’ Diva. I was born July 13 198’none of your business lol. I am a graduate of University of Lagos where I studied English Language. I sing, I write, I’m trying out acting and production and I’m also into business management; I’m basically a Jill of all trades. I used to be in a family band, my dad used to literally force us to be a traditional band. It was horrible lol. I’m Isoko, from Delta state but my mum is Urhobo. Erm… what else? I’m not married and I don’t have kids.

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Aribaba: A lot of people up until the past few months have known you as a singer, how did you get into music and at what point did you say ‘I want to get into music?’

Evaezi: Well, I wasn’t thinking about it in secondary school but my mates would drag me to the seniors’ hostel telling them I could sing, then I’d sing a little something for them. But I’ve always wanted to sing, ever since I was a kid. I grew up watching Whitney Houston’s live performances. I was and I still am into live performances ever since I watched Whitney Houston perform the American National Anthem at a football game. It was a divine performance and since then I knew that that was exactly what I wanted to do. It wasn’t so much about the fame, it was the relevance. She was like the voice of America at that time, and I thought “This is the point I want to get to in my life”; whereby I would be relevant with my music and with my presence at a particular place. So I did a lot of lip syncing to the songs of famous musicians like: Mariah Carey, Tony Braxton, Mary J Blige and others. I always tried to sing it exactly as they did… adlibs and all. I didn’t go to any music school or have any voice training… that’s how I developed my voice.

Then in 1997, we were involved in an accident. Let’s just say after that accident was when this vocal texture I have now appeared. Because I crushed my voice box in the accident. We were speeding home after a performance, the tyre burst, the car somersaulted and unfortunately for me, the car landed on my side. The irony is; before the journey my sister and I were arguing on who would sit on THAT side of the car. The car was sliding into a gulley when it landed, (this happened on ore road) a vine was wrapped around my neck and it was pulling me as the car was sliding in the opposite direction. It was just a little tree that held the car from tumbling over into a very large gulley. I was kind of blacking in and out. We got to the hospital, the doctor examined me and out of everybody I sustained the most injuries. My sister had a scratch on her shoulder; my dad had an old wound reopen on his ankle and my brother a broken wrist. I was the one with a fractured spinal cord, a crushed voice box and a narrowing trachea. So I couldn’t walk, talk or do anything.

It’s a long story; at a point my trachea closed and I couldn’t breathe, the nurses didn’t notice I was going pale. I was trying to signal them but I finally got the attention of one, then they rushed me to the resuscitation room but the two oxygen tanks were empty. They got the suction machine to suck out what was blocking my airways, (which was dangerous). They were going to call the electrician which we learned had gone to the village to see his wife.

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Aribaba: I noticed you mentioned Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston & Tony Braxton. I guess those are your influences, what other artists influence/influenced you? Especially when you started getting active in music?

Evaezi: Yes they are. somewhere there along the line in terms of local content. My mum also influenced me. She’s a great singer in the bathroom (laugh). Well inside and outside. Also, She sings with so much heart and soul that she doesn’t care if she’s singing off tune. So when I sing, I remember how the music The late Whitney Houston is number 1. I guess Esse Agesse was causes her to transcend out of this mortal place. So I guess those are my major influences in.

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Aribaba: Being a woman in Nigeria professionally is tasking. And the entertainment industry (the music sector in particular) is dominated by men. So tell me how it has been, being a woman in the music industry; the struggles or the benefits if there are any.

Evaezi: I can’t say this enough; As much as I would like to play the weaker sex card, the truth of the matter is the men are hard working. They know what they want and they go for it. They are up 3am in the morning, working. We women spend most of our time shopping for the latest shoes, what is reigning now from Prada to Fendi, to Brazilian, Mexican, Nigerian weaves and all that crap. We are concentrating on looking good, and we don’t care about the art anymore.

We believe that our body parts ought to get us to where our male counterparts are. And I’m not going to throw that line and say the industry is difficult for women. Because the truth of the matter is in the days of Christy Essien Igbokwe and Onyeka Onwenu, these women practically ran the industry in their time. You could not mention music without mentioning Christy Essien Igbokwe or Onyeka Onwenu. We just need to work harder. Forget all that crap about we are all women and no one is giving us attention, WORK for goodness sake. I’m not there yet, I’m also struggling to be relevant with my music, and I’m also struggling to get that successful brand in

Nigeria and beyond. We don’t have internationally known female artists except Asa, Sade Adu and those people who have paid the price, who are willing to pay the price. We just need to work, it’s not that difficult. The industry doesn’t owe us any free entry ticket to fame and fortune; we just have to work like everyone else. It’s that simple.

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Aribaba: One of your most popular songs ‘God hand’, it has a very strong message. How did it come together?

Evaezi: ‘God hand’ was written at that point where I was frustrated. It just seemed like I was working and I wasn’t seeing the fruit of my labor. It seemed like I could see my destination but there were thick headed asses standing in the way of me and my destination and I couldn’t lash out at them because I had a manager who always said “In this industry you can’t afford to make enemies, just keep quiet and keep smiling”. So my way of escape was writing that song.

There is a particular industry folk, he’s quite popular (I can’t mention his name); he approached my manager that he was going to get me on some shows but he’s going to take 40% of whatever I make. And my manager said if he (the artist) takes 40% and he (my manager) takes 30%, what will I have left? And you won’t believe it, that guy shut down that show. He made sure I didn’t get it. Then there were some radio hosts, who whenever I approached them to play my songs, they would take my CD and ask for money. And money wasn’t growing on trees at that time. I mean, I believe in appreciating people but I didn’t have to give at that point. They literally threw my CD into the bin. I was too frustrated, and that was when I wrote that song.

Gbenga Salu who shot the video was shooting a video for ‘NA SO’ at the time. When they paused to get the lighting right, the DJ played the song (God Hand) by mistake. He (Gbenga Salu) looked at me, ran up to me and said “I’m begging you I want to shoot the video for this song. As a matter of fact, I’ll shoot it for free”. I was like “Really?” He was like “Yes, the message of this song applies to so many Nigerians and so many working class people who are trying to make their way in the world and they see some very arrogant people that just don’t want others to succeed”. So I guess that’s how the song came about.

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Aribaba: So, you mentioned you’re getting into movies. And I have to ask, what’s the inspiration behind that series ‘ODIRI’?

Evaezi: I’ve always had a very wild imagination and in school, my lecturers told me that as well. So I used to date this particular guy who always told me I needed to write a book. Truth is once I hear ‘a book’, I just fall asleep. (laughs) I’m not a reader, people don’t know that! I thought writing a book was too tedious, so for some reason – I want to believe it was God – I got the idea to break it down into series instead of writing a whole book. So I decided to write about stuff that people don’t talk about. Being a very open person, I believe if I can do something, I should be able to talk about it. I didn’t want to write a normal boring book that just had to do with juju; you know the normal Nollywood scenario. I wanted something that was quite real and captivating, interesting, different, something part of Nigeria that was also not really Nigerian. I chose to write about sex, incest, rape, arranged marriages… everything! I never know what the next episode will be about, I just sit down with my laptop and it starts to flow. It’s not like I know the end of the series myself; it’s not pre-meditated.

The name ODIRI is my aunt’s name (my favorite aunt). It means Patience. I’m rubbish at naming things, I hate naming things, so when I started writing I was thinking “What am I going to call this?” And then I realized I was writing about a particular person; a girl who was going through a lot of crap and of course if you’re going to go through tough times, you’re going to need a lot of patience and courage. So I decided on ODIRI, I love the name.

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Aribaba: You have a good number of hits under your belt, of recent ‘Tonight ft Goldie’ which is also very interesting. So what’s next for you?

Evaezi: I guess I’m just pacing myself. I don’t want to get swamped or overwhelmed in all I’m trying to do. But this is the major project I’m working on (I’m not yet sure on a lot of things like the timing though); Odiri is going to come out as a book. Hopefully if I get a very good producer and Director, it MIGHT come out as a film as well. Of course I’m working on a double CD album which will present my Old and New styles; a sequel to my recent EP called ‘WHISPERS’. I’m also in touch with a particular Tv channel to get my own show called ‘EVAEZI’S LOUNGE’. I have my events and Management Company as well. But my music remains paramount. SO once the album is out I’ll probably be able to relax and focus on the other things I have on my plate.

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Aribaba: What would you say is the sexiest thing about a man to you?

Evaezi: LOVE YOU IDRIS ELBA!!!!! (screaming) lmao A great smile and that James Bond kinda look (laugh). I’m an eyes and lips person.

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Aribaba: If you weren’t into music and entertainment, what else would have been doing?

Evaezi:  I probably would have been a school teacher. Yea, I love kids and I think we have a problem with education all over the world. I’m not just talking about academics; I’m talking about morals, etiquette. The men today are becoming angrier and the women are becoming more artificial. There is something wrong somewhere. So yea, I probably would have been a school teacher. We need to start teaching them at a tender age.

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Aribaba: What will you say is your favorite past time?

Evaezi: MOVIES!!!!!!!! I could sit down and watch movies ALL DAY EVERYDAY. If you left me in my room with a bunch of movies for a week, you would come back and meet me there. I wouldn’t come out or do anything else. It’s that bad. People who go to watch movies with me at the cinema come out crying because when we come out from one movie, I’m going back to watch another one.

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Aribaba: Give the top 5 songs, besides yours that you like.

Evaezi: Bumpy ride by Mumbai, that boy is sexy (laugh). Tuface – Raindrop. That’s 2 right? Whitney Houston – I look to you. Jamie Foxx- your kind. And of course; my baby Tyrese – why you gonna act like that. That’s a baby making song (laugh)

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Aribaba: What would you like to be remembered for in the industry?

Evaezi: I entered music because I want to change the world and that’s the truth. I just believed that with my music I was going to be relevant, I was going to be like the musical Mother Theresa or Ghandi… so I want to be remembered that way. Not winning the Grammys (even though it will be nice), that’s not the ultimate price but I want to be remembered as someone who changed the world with her music.

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*** Check out some of Evaezi’s Songs

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*** The Break Up Song

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I feel like I just took a nice shower. I feel very refreshed. That’s what this song has done. Super-refreshing sound from Evaezi as she gives us The Break Up Song.

Evaezi is a story teller and it’s no surprise she gives us the details in this new tune from her. We like it, and we’re sure you will too.

Produced by BigFoot for Micworx

EVAEZI IS BACK!!!!!! And she is spotting a new sound off her newly released EP ‘WHISPERS – Love & Other Things’. The ‘Break Up Song’ is not your typical love song gone wrong but is actually a deep yet comical piece portraying pain and yet confidence during break ups.

The 7 track EP which got released on February 11th, 2012 following a successful pre-valentine’s Day mini concert bearing the same title as the EP features 5 songs and 2 Spoken word pieces read by super talented poet Wana ( OAP of Inspiration fm).

The event had the likes of Yinka Davies, Ese Peters, Ibiyemi, kefee, Gbolahan Odukoya, Wana, Donah and more belting out love songs to the amazement of the audience.

The EP which has controversial songs like ‘One Night’, ‘Your Mama’, ‘Somebody Shoulda’, ‘Weight loss’ and Evaezi’s playful and interactive persona shines brightly in this EP and promises to be the start of something fresh and ‘jaw dropping’ in Music.

‘WHISPERS – Love and Other Things’ also happens to be the first out of the WHISPERS series which will run through the year. 

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As the Valentine season draws closer, Evaezi – the contemporary afro soul singer formerly known as Eva (D’Diva) and her team have been vigorously working round the clock putting together an intimate, exclusive and uncensored evening for young adults and above called WHISPERS: Love and Other Things with Evaezi.

The 18+ event which is poised to hold at TERRA KULTURE located at Tiamiyu Savage, VI on the 11th of February, 2012 will begin by 6pm and features Live music, Poetry, Spoken Word, classical dance, Excerpt Scenes and more from the likes of Alibaba, Yinka Davies, Ego Obaro, Ibiyemi, Ese Peters, M’trill, Rraz, Gbolahan, Ini D’ Minstrel, Nene the Soul diva, Wana (Inspiration fm), OC Ukeje, Lala Akindoju and more. Tickets go for N5000.

One of the major highlights of the event is the premiering of Evaezi’s long awaited EP which bares the same title as the event; WHISPERS: Love and Other Things; a 7 track mix of music and spoken word with an ‘adult’ intellectual and comical perspective of love and the baggage that comes with it. The EP was produced by chartered accountant by day and producer and engineer by night – Bigfoot for Micworx Music. This combination promises a new and exciting addition to the music industry in Nigeria. Evaezi proudly bares all in this one. The Valentine event is the first off the WHISPERS series which is scheduled to run throughout the year, with EVAEZI and a number of Nigerian celebrities
treating sensitive and blanket topics that affect us as individuals and as a people. Evaezi also plans to start a campaign and tour within secondary schools educating and sensitizing young female adults on the ‘hushed’ issues that affect the female gender like Rape, AIDS, Cancer, Genital Mutilation, Sex, Teenage Pregnancy and more.

Evaezi partners with the likes of SIGNATURES AND SCENTS, GOZEL GREEN DESIGNERS, EVERGREEN EVENTS, BIMBEADS CONCEPT and a list of media partners like Nigezie, SWITCH on Infinity TV, Music Africa, TVC,

The Bisi Olatilo show and more to contribute to the spice of the event.

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The artists formerly known as Eva, and Eva D’Diva has completely rebranded and is now known as Evaezi. With that rebranding comes the Rebirth, a package which features 2 new singles Evaezi & I Don’t Give A F***. I Don’t Give A F*** has 3 versions and features in all Blaise, Mode 9, Cyrus Tha Virus & M’Trill.

All in all The Rebirth contains 4 solid joints that should please her fans and the hip-hop heads.

EVAEZI : THE REBIRTH

EVAEZI is not a newcomer to the music industry, with about 5 years of hustle going on and piles and piles of award nominations EVAEZI keeps getting better like fine wine.

EVAEZI, the singer who was formerly known as EVA D’DIVA recently did a whole rebrand and change of stage name from EVA to EVAEZI has stepped out with a follow up she titles THE REBIRTH!!!

The single consists of 2 tracks, one of which has 3 versions.

The song “EVAEZI” which shows us a hardened Evaezi with a much thicker skin, ready to face the industry squarely and to take her ‘rightful’ place is a nice contrast to the soul diva and songstress in “I DON’T GIVE A FUCK” which she features 4 phenomenal Lyricists. After listening to her vocal delivery in this song, it is almost impossible to believe that Evaezi once crushed her voice box and damaged her spine in an accident in 1997.

Most already know MODENINE and BLAISE… so here is a little info on the other two

BLAISE

Blaise like her name has been blazing through the industry since she first arrived. Her recent appearance in the BET cipher has done nothing more than re-establish her as the best of the best. She is currently working and re-working on her highly anticipated album… tightening up loose ends while balancing tons and tons of feature requests and compeering gigs.

M’TRILL

Channel O winner, M’trill is a Delta boy who started his career in PORT HARCOURT city as a renowned rapper/lyricist creating a huge fan base there. He is known for his tiny voice, fiery flows and his suave with the ladies. He is currently working on his 2nd album (Untitled for now). He recently released his first video single “TRILLA” which is currently running up the charts on major music channels; MTV, SOUNDCITY and so on

CYRUS THA VIRUS

This hunky rapper/lyricists, well known for his well chiselled physique, never ending energy and grimey voice is South-south’s finest, often called THE KING OF BENIN. After successfully dropping his singles ‘Busy Body ft Locci’, ‘Carnival Queen’ and ‘We dey Come’, Cyrus tha Virus released his much anticipated sophomore album titled REBELLION on the 17th of September 2011. The multi-talented rapper/lyricist was the first runner up for the 2nd Season of AMSTEL MALTA BOX OFFICE, a Nominee of THE HIPHOP WORLD AWARDS in the NEXT RATED category, which he controversially lost to Wande Coal amongst other accolades. He is currently working on the video for CARNIVAL QUEEN. He is the CEO of ARROW (Alliance of Real Rap and Orthodox Wordplay) GANG made up og Mo’fame, Locci, Boyd Africa and Joe Black. He is definitely someone to keep an eye on in the industry

MODENINE

He has been called HIPHOP, THE LEGEND and more. Modenine, the tall, extra dark Veteran Emcee has been quite silent but not stagnant in his affairs. His recent appearance in the BET Cypher has paved the way for him to return and take his throne as the King of HipHop in Naija. He is currently working on a remix album before OPTIMUS NINE drops next year 2012

Before the release of her album, EVAEZI will release her mixtape she calls ‘WHISPERS’ , a 7 tracker of some of her comic and outrageous stories on sex and relationship. She will be working with Teekay Witty, the producer who produces most of her tracks including this current single. She is currently featuring a romantic comedy by Charles Novia titled ALAN POZA.

 

TrackList:

TRACK 1 – EVAEZI

TRACK 2 – I DONT GIVE A **** ft M’TRILL and CYRUS THA VIRUS

TRACK 3 – I DONT GIVE A **** ft BLAISE and MODENINE

TRACK 4 – I DONT GIVE A **** ft BLAISE, M’TRILL, CYRUS THA VIRUS and MODENINE.

Top: Mode 9, M'Trill; Bottom: Blaise, Cyrus Tha Virus

*** Evaezi

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*** I Dont Give A F*** ft. Blaise, M’Trill, Cyrus Tha Virus & Mode9

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