eze1Afro Fusion artiste, Jonathan Eze Nwadinobi also known as Eze says his love for music started early when he was a young boy however stating that being a successful musician requires more than talent and gift.

According to Eze, although his parents did not support him in his musical career, he has persevered despite the challenges disclosing that he has promoted artiste and helped in staging shows such as Loud in Lagos, Loud in Accra, kicking it in Kumasi and Bashing in Takoradi.

The afro fusion man also stated that he was instrumental in artistes such as P Square, 2 face, Abdul Idris Karim and D’banj coming to Ghana.

The ‘Uredia’ hit maker who has performed in countries such as Liberia, Cote D’ivoire, Gambia, Zambia and Nigeria noted that his love for music increased when he saw Tic Tac, Yoogi Doogy, Nana King and other hip-lifers rapping in local languages.

According to Eze, his latest album will be on the market soon stressing that fans will be pleasantly surprised.

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