Eazzy Explains Why She Hasn't Featured Any Lynx Entertainment Signee After Leaving The Label
The ”Duna” hitmaker, Mildred Ashong, popularly recognized by the showbiz name Eazzy, has made a disclosure in a radio interview monitored by HOTENT, on why she hasn’t featured any musician from the Lynx Entertainment record label, since she left the music label years ago.
In the interview, she made it clear she doesn't have any grudge with her former record label. She added that, those who watch MTN hitmaker can testify that she is very cool with the CEO of the label Richie Mensa.
She confessed and said it’s true she hasn't featured any Lynx signee yet.
In a further explanation, she indicated that when it comes to music it’s about what will suit the person you want to feature on the song.
She made it clear she is very cool with all the Lynx signees, so it’s not a personal decision not to feature them.
She stated that when you hear music vibes, you think of an artiste that can deliver on the tune for you, afterwards you are good to go, you move forward with releasing the tune.
Eazzy ended by saying she can’t say she will feature KiDi on a song like Duna, but when she writes a song that suits him perfectly, and she realizes KiDi will deliver on the song, she will feature him without hesitation.
Eazzy and Lynx Entertainment ended their music contract and mutually went their separate ways in the year 2012.
Eazzy's collaborative tune with Richie Mensa titled “One Gal”, gave her the opportunity to win an award for Best Story Line Video of the year, at the 2011 4Syte Music Video Awards ceremony.
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