21 March 2019

Nigeria: Singer, Mr Eazi Postpones March Tour Due to Visa Delay

Nigerian singer and songwriter, Oluwatosin Ajibade, popularly called Mr Eazi has postponed his US tour scheduled to hold in March due to a delay in his visa.

The award winning singer is the pioneer of Banku music, a fusion sound he described as a mixture of Ghanaian highlife and Nigerian chord progressions and patterns.

The "Leg Over" crooner disclosed that the issues he had been going through were out of his control, frustrating and disappointing.

He took to his Instagram, @mreazi to express his regrets about the postponement.

He said that fans would still use the tickets they had purchased when a new dates was rescheduled.

"You, the fans, have and always will be the most important people in my career as an artist. It is with you in mind that I make this frustrating and disappointing decision, to postpone and reschedule the March dates on my North American Tour.

"Whilst I anticipate my visa to be issued anytime now, I do not know for certain when this will happen.

"It is this uncertainty that has created so much frustration and led to this very last minute announcement. Some of you will be making travel arrangements, some of you may need a babysitter for the night, some of you may have taken time off work.

"It is these moments that I want to help you avoid, the unnecessary sacrifices that you will make as a fan, in the knowledge that I cannot be with you. Please know that my team and I have done all we can to avoid this, but we make the decision with your best interest at heart," he said.

He also added that a full refund would be available for fans who would not be comfortable with the new dates yet to be announced.

In April 2017, his hit song, "Skin Tight" was featured in an Ad for vodka brand, Ciroc.

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