Eazi finally admits only interning at Schlumberger, insists he brought Ghanaian sounds to Nigeria


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Despite being lambasted for claimed that the practice of infusing Ghanaian sounds and slangs into Nigerian music was started by him, Mr Eazi is standing by his words. .

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In a chat with Sunday Scoop, the singer said: “The interview that caused this uproar was just me speaking my mind and saying things the way I see it from my perspective. It wasn’t meant to be an insult to any Nigerian artiste. 

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You cannot deny that I brought a new vibe to the industry and I believe everybody can see that. Now, there are lots of Nigerian artistes who use Ghanaian words and melodies in their songs, but they’ve never been to Ghana. 

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So how did they get to know about those words? There are a lot more songs out now that have that Ghanaian influence, and with all due respect, I can boldly say that started after my songs started gaining popularity.” 

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Speaking on the $6,000 job he allegedly turned down for music, Mr Eazi said: “I turned down the job; I didn’t say I had started working there. I don’t think there is anything wrong with being an intern. 

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I don’t have anything to gain by lying about such a thing. The truth remains that I was offered a job by Schlumberger, but I decided not to take it, but rather concentrated on my career. And that is a decision I’ve never regretted till date.”

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