Music: Mo Eazy ft. Mystro – Balance Mp3 Audio Song Download
360NG Presents Mo Eazy ft. Mystro – Balance for downloads
Mo Eazy, Talented Nigerian singer releases his latest hits which he titled “Balance“.
“Balance” features Prolific music producer cum singer, Mystro to deliver an impressive Afrobeats number for your playlist.
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About Mo Eazy
Mo Eazy’s Biography/Profile
Who is Mo Eazy?
Moses Agboola, popularly known as Mo Eazy, was born in the ancient city of Kano, in northern Nigeria. His family eventually settled in South London, UK, where he spent years developing his unique brand of African influenced Hip Hop music.
Though he lived in the UK for the good part of his life, Mo Eazy is well grounded in his African heritage. By combining his native tongue and homegrown rhythms with Western musical influences, he has created a unique style and sound that’s increasingly gaining favouritism with fans across Africa and beyond.
The hard working multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer and performing artiste has had a passion for music for as long as he can remember. Mo Eazy honed his skills playing drums and singing in Church at an early age.
He attributes his intuitive musical sense to growing up listening to his Mother’s eclectic music collection, which consisted Nigerian artistes like Fela Kuti, Ebenezer Obey and Arewa, as well as international artistes such as Michael Jackson and soul infused Gospel music. This musical exposure at a very early age had a strong impact on his use of infectious melodies in his materials till date, giving him an edge that has made him one of the most sought after songwriters and producers in the industry.
In his early carrier, he travelled frequently across UK taking advantage of every opportunity to participate in studio sessions and perform before music fans. During a studio session, he met a fellow rapper named Hydro (now known as Da Truth) and they formed a group called Renegadez. The duo released their first mixtape in Marcé, France, to critical acclaim and commercial success, while also performing at the legendary club Papagayo in San Tropea.
Mo Eazy, who was at that time rapping under the name Young Mo started to create a buzz and was eventually called on to provide rap vocals for the remix of Nate James’s hit track “Universal” which received tons of airplay and was featured on top UK Charts. Eventually, he rebranded to his present stage name and began working with several other top UK artistes, including his brother King David; who was signed to an American Label.
His work as a solo artist quickly started to yield dividends in the form of several awards and nominations such as Nigerian Entertainment Award (NEA); Nigeria Arise; Black Entertainment, Fashion, Film, Television, Arts Award (BEFFTA); Best UK Male Act, Best Afro Caribbean Act, Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA), Most Popular Music Video in Europe and Nigerian U.K Based Achievers Award.
He also had the opportunity of performing at huge venues like the O2 arena, while working with industry heavy weights like Craig David, Nate James, Iwan, D-Black, Ray Lavinder (Konvict music), Salif (Konvict music) and Da Grout (Konvict music).
He eventually decided to unleash his arsenal of skills on the Nigerian market with the release of his hit single, “Red Carpet”, which was heavily streamed over the web, and enjoyed massive radio and video rotation, even charting in Nigeria and West Africa.
This reception and desire for self-fulfilment contributed to his decision to relocate to Nigeria to continue a better part of his life and career in 2011. Mo Eazy collaborated with major
Nigerian artistes such as Tuface, Darey and Modenine and also performed on some of the biggest stages, such as the Calabar Carnival, Rhythm Unplugged, Love Like A Movie, including corporate and presidential events sharing the stage with the likes of D’banj, P Square, Kelly Rowland and a host of others.
On relocating to Nigeria, Mo Eazy teamed up with “Soul Muzik” who also had Darey on the label and worked on materials for himself and also on Darey’s album “Double Dare”.
In the first quarter of 2012, Mo Eazy released his first official single in Africa “Kosoro” (self produced by him) under Soul Muzik, which received rotation on many radio stations with continuous requests from fans globally. The video for “Kosoro” was shot and directed by Mark Hofmeyer in late 2012. Following from the success of “Kosoro”, Mo Eazy was billed to perform at the end of that year Calabar Carnival Music concert which took place at Freedom Park.
On 17th February 2013, Mo Eazy performed hit single “Kosoro” and was part of the sound production team at the Love Like A Movie (LLAM) Musical concert in Nigeria, which saw Kim Kardashian in attendance.
On March 15th 2013, Mo Eazy, under Soul Muzik released another single “Smile”, which again was produced and written by him; the song “Smile”, with the video shot in Capetown South Africa and directed by Mark Hofmeyer, quickly positioned Mo Eazy as a diverse artist in the music industry. “Smile” received enormous appreciation both in Africa and Europe and gained Mo Eazy more attention and followership across his social media platforms.
“Never Going Down” featuring Darey was also released same day, written and produced by Mo Eazy.
In August 2013, Mo Eazy thrilled fans at the O2 Indigo, in the United Kingdom, as he performed his recent releases, supporting David O on his UK Tour for his album “OBO”.
On the 15th February 2014, Mo Eazy premiered his street anthem “Ragabomi”, produced by Pheelz. The song had everybody up on their feet at Love Like A Movie 2 (LLAM2) in Nigeria, which saw Kelly Rowland in attendance. The single was later released into the media on the
7th April 2014 and received generous airplays and several appearance bookings at various top
events. The video for “Ragabomi” shot by Clarence Peters and released on the 16th April 2014, topped the energy the audio already provided.
Mo Eazy later released “Na We” featuring Runtown, produced by Gospel On The Beatz, on
February 3rd 2015. The single recorded over 20,000 downloads in just under a week with heavy rotations on radio stations across Africa
In May 2015, Mo Eazy departed from the dissolved Soul Muzik and continued working toward his career independently.
Showing increasing commitment to continue multiplying his craft and growth into an iconic brand, Mo Eazy employed the services of top image consulting and business architecture firm BlondeDolly Image Consulting having earlier covered their internationally lauded newsletter – eikõn, which has regular contributions from Hollywood A’lister makeup artist Kendra Richards, and Lynne Marks, the renowned image consultant to top US politicians’ as well as a
CNN, Coca-Cola and AT & T.
Following from his journey as an independent artiste, Mo Eazy quickly bagged a deal with the leading men’s sartorial line – Taryor Gabriels Bespoke. TG Bespoke unreservedly and freely clothes Mo Eazy to all corporate events, shows, appearances, red carpet functions and any other event of worth. The Taryor Gabriel line also clothes Governors and other top federal and state officials.
On the 25th August 2015, Mo Eazy launched himself back into the music scene with the joyful street music “Kojabole” produced by Sagzy; it had over 32 thousand hits on sound cloud alone. The video was shot and directed by Femi Awojide, and featured cameo appearances from the beautiful Alex Nwokedi and Nigerian veteran musician, Jazzman Olofin. The music
video was released on the 25th December 2015.
2016 will only go on to be bigger for Mo Eazy as he teams up with eHorizon Management Company. The fast rising Talent Management Company behind the Pepsi brand ambassador Seyi Shay.