FloEazy To Change The Face Of Africa Music

Promising Ghanaian-Nigerian Afro-beat and Afro-pop artiste FloEazy born George Okaikwei Okaiteye Junior is geared up to change and influence the music industry with his craft.

According to the artiste, the passion of being the voice of the people, expressing life events “and human feelings is one major reason I'm in the music industry and yes of course making a good living out of it business wise.”

The young artiste who was inspired by his mother and her strength towards overcoming life challenges also takes inspiration from great African artistes like; Sarkodie, Patoranking and another great artiste, looking at how they started and their accomplishments so far. “I have always admired Sarkodie, Patoranking, R2Bees, Davido, Wizkid, Justin Beiber and a few because of their life stories and the manner in which they set their brand and uniqueness in what they do. They are game changers and I like that about them.”

In an interview with the artiste, his stage name "FloEazy" came as a result of, “my ability to easily jump on a beat with simple and easy lyrics for people to vibe and relate with. It was actually given to me by a music producer the first day I went into a music studio. He played one of his beat and I was freestyling on it with ease. He was like "Chale the way you flow on top this beat, you make am look easy papa". And that was how the name ‘FloEazy’ came about.”

The Abundant House Entertainment multi-talented signee, FloEazy, was born in Accra, Ghana to a Ghanaian and Nigerian parent but lived his early life in Lagos, Nigeria. He studied computer engineering in Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), Tesano, Accra.

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