MR EAZI – SUFFER HEAD FT. 2BABA | "LIFE IS EAZI VOL.2 – LAGOS TO LONDON" OUT NOW

Mr Eazi returns to level out and one-up the playing field with a meaty collection of Bankufied magic on Life is Eazi Vol. 2 – Lagos

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