Nigerian singer, Mr Eazi, on Tuesday said he is now charging £50,000 for any music collaboration with any artiste.
The ‘Akwabba’ singer, whose real name is Oluwatosin Ajibade, took to his social media accounts to say he’ll henceforth collaborate with artistes who are willing to part ways with a minimum of £50,000.
“Vacation is over. Don Eazi is back to work. Please make sure enquiries are £50k and above. Thanks & God Bless,” he wrote.
Mr Eazi has had collaboration with artists of divergent genres, both locally and internationally.
But in 2018, the singer had in an interview with PUNCH, said that he doesn’t charge for his collaborations.
Recently, he featured in Walshy Fire, Jamaican-American DJ’s 2019 romance-oriented single, ‘Call Me,’ alongside Kranium, a Jamaican reggae/dancehall crooner.
In May, the talented musician joined forces with GuiltBeatz, Ghanaian music producer; Rwandan Sherrie Silver; and the United Nations International Fund for agricultural development in ‘Freedom’, a collaborative single targeted at encouraging farming.