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I Won’t Go Back To Lynx Entertainment : Eazzy

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Eazzy, Ghanaian top-notch versatile female songstress who is humble, fun and hot was caught up in an exclusive interview with DJ Adviser of happy fm as they spoke about her career and how it’s going.

According to the forever hitmaker, her music is going smoothly and very well.

The host asked her about her time at her formal record label, Lynx Entertainment and according to her they are friends.

She was asked if she will ever go back if Lynx Entertainment comes in to sign her again with huge monies.

According to Eazzy, she won’t go back as they are ended their contract in mutual understanding and have no business deals as she won’t go back to Lynx Entertainment.

She also revealed actually, she isn’t under any record label as she has a management team and a distribution record label taking care of her music worldwide.

Eazzy also hints us on her new incoming EP which will have about 6 to 7 songs which won’t feature any artist at all as she wants to work on her voice, get feedbacks from her fans and Ghanaians based on her strength and weaknesses.

Eazzy is out with a new song – “Obaa Gbemi” as it’s receiving massive airplay.

Enjoy it below.

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How Can Ebony Die While Akuapem Poloo Is Still Alive : Sumsum Ahuofe Rants

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Kumawood actor Sumsum Ahuofe born Yaw Adu in a Live Video on Instagram revealed what he told late Ebony Reigns when they first met.

According to kumawood actor, he advised Ebony to be humble especially towards her fans because she was the hottest female singer at that time So she should just keep her head up and be humble, he said Ebony thanked him for his advice.

He went on to say that it always painful when he thinks of the fact that Ebony who was very talented and humble is no more and people like Akuapim Poloo are still alive.

The comic actor who’s currently on vacations in Dubai said it also pains him that important person like Ebony is dead while Akuapem Poloo who’s ‘good for nothing’ is still here making noise every day on social media.

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“I Am Not Arrogant” : E.L Reveals

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Ghanaian afrobeat musician, rapper, singer and producer Elom Adablah popularly known as E.L has refuted claims that he is arrogant.

The ‘Auntie Martha’ hitmaker is seen as a person who keeps to himself and does not relate to his colleagues in the music industry.

“I have been in a position where I have been let down so many times so it’s hard to merge with people. I am not arrogant”, he stated.

According to the award-winning musician, “If you know me, you would know I am the most basic human being you go meet. I just want to chill, make music and vibe”.

He also stated that he will be a new person come next year (2019) and would interact more with his fans.

“Next year, I am gonna let a little bit of Elorm go and the real E.L is gonna come out. I have a lot of friends in the industry. I know some people don’t like me because they think I dey rush”, he added.

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My Dad’s Death Inspired Me To Be A Nurse : Wendy Shay Reveals

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Rufftown Records signee, Wendy Shay has revealed that she was inspired by the untimely death of her father and the curiosity to know more about her late dad’s death to become a nurse.

In an interview with Lexis Bill on Behind the Fame on Drive Time on Joy FM, the “Uber Driver” hitmaker in her words stated that: “I wanted to be a nurse because of my dad because I lost my dad to a very weird sickness and my mum didn’t know it that well. So [it’s] because I wanted to know what killed him.”

The singer, who has lived in Germany since age 13 and became a nurse for a year and a half revealed what she loved most about being a nurse and also shared the most annoying moment she encountered.

According to her, the chance to meet new people, interact and get close to them was what she loved most.

“The worst part of being a nurse was getting racists comments like some patients telling me not to touch them because I’m black…”

“I tell them that if they don’t want my presence I will just leave at the end of the day you are the one in bed, you need help so if you are not nice to me and you want me to leave, I will just leave.”

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