The Ecclesiastic recorded that the race nor the battle lies not in the hands of the swift nor the strong but time and chance happen to them all. It’s similar in our showbiz industry around the world especially in Ghana perhaps as in the case for Songstress Eazzy.
But the truth is, it can be very difficult for a musician who was once an A-lister to come to the realisation that they are not as famous as before.
Many are, therefore, forced to do some crazy stuff just to get attention from showbiz enthusiasts especially their forgotten fans. But the hard truth is: they are just not going to make it like they used to!
On records, between 2009 and 2013, there was no female Hiplife artiste bigger than Eazzy. With hit songs like “Bɔ Wo Nsam Ma Me“ and “Wengeze”, a stint on Big Brother Africa and her romance with Keita.
Simply put, Eazzy was the icing on the cake between 2009 & 2013 and her presence can be linked to the slogan of telecommunication giant, MTN – Everywhere You Go.
But somewhere along the line, the unexpected in life took its course and the brand Eazzy started diminishing after she parted ways with Richie’s Lynx Entertainment. Fast forward, new crop of female acts like Kaakie and MzVee popped up and killed Eazzy’s music shine.
Nonetheless, the artist under discussion feels she got the vibe as in an interview with Amansan Krakye of Radio Central fame, she is still relevant in the game. To the best knowledge of Eazzy, if she’s still not relevant, the presenter wouldn’t have contacted her in the first place for a virtual interview.
Although she was quick to add that she entered into other ventures to make good money reason why she stopped low a bit, musically. She however didn’t accept that she misses her days at Lynx Entertainment. Remember that some feel parting ways with the label affected Eazzy’s music career.
Realistically, in the last three to four years, Eazzy has released a number of good songs but they have been drowned out especially as the late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng affectionately known as Ebony unexpectedly revolutionalised the music industry.