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    #Zagadat! Mr Eazi Signs Licensing Deal With Columbia Records, UK


    DJ SemTex, Mr Eazi and Ferdy Unger-Hamilton

    Banku Music boss, Mr Eazi is going from one international deal to another as he announces a new deal with the mother of all labels, Columbia records.

    This announcement was made on Instagram in the early hours of 15th of May where the artiste posted a photo of himself and Ferdy Unger-Hamilton which was his way of informing us that he has made another major move by signing with Columbia Records.

    He went on to say that;

    Yesterday in my New Vehicle! As CEO of my Label #BankuMusic i signed a licensing deal with @ColumbiaUK as part of our structural release for the coming music! Everything is almost in place & new single from my upcoming project #LagosToLondon drops 23rd May Jah willing! Thanks for your support!! Together (my fans, my Team & i) will make History #happyBoy

    Mr Eazi had recently signed a record deal with Mad Decent, a record label owned by DJ Diplo of Major Lazer and also a licensing deal with Universal Africa.  All these are coming forth after his announcement of his new project Lagos to London which will obviously be an extension of his Accra to Lagos EP.

    Columbia Records is a house to many international music stars such as Beyonce, Adele, Katy Perry, Bob Dylan, Mariah Carey, Zayn Malik and many more.

    As part of their way to welcome the Nigerian artiste to their label, Columbia Records posted “Welcome to the family…” on their Instagram page.

    Welcome to the family, @MrEazi! 🙌🖊

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    Very historic. Zagadat.

    A post shared by djsemtex (@djsemtex) on

    Welcome to @columbiauk @mreazi @djsemtex

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    Mr Eazi’s Lagos to London according to Mr Eazi is set to drop on the 23rd of May 2018.

    Congrats on these major moves!

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