Mr. Eazi Shares The Video For His Infectious Summer Tune 'Bankulize' Featuring DJ Juls & Pappy Kojo

Nigerian singer Mr. Eazi shares the music video for his summer smash "Bankulize" featuring Ghanaian artists DJ Juls and Pappy Kojo.

Budding Nigerian afro-pop artist Mr. Eazi drops the music video for his infectious summer smash "Bankulize." The melodic track features seamless production from the UK-based Ghanaian beatmaker DJ Juls and a rhythmic verse from Ghanaian MC Pappy Kojo. The 4-minute visual shows Mr. Eazi passionately belting out the lyrics of the emotive song, while DJ Juls and a pair of dancers grace the screen. Pappy Kojo joins in and smoothly delivers his verse as the camera moves to a young woman preparing, what looks like, pounded yam. The Prince Dovlo-produced video flawlessly captures the track's mellow vibe. Watch the video for "Bankulize" below. For more from DJ Juls and Pappy Kojo, revisit their previous collaboration "Gidigidi."

Photo by Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez

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