Mr Eazi at Coachella (Youtube).

Watch Mr Eazi Shout Out "the Whole of Africa" at Coachella

During his performance of "Let Me Live."

Two of our favorites artists, Mr Eazi and Burna Boy, made their debut at Coachella 2019 over the weekend.

If you didn't catch them on the live stream, we've got a treat for you from Eazi's decked-out Lagos to London live set at the festival.

Right before his performance of "Let Me Live," his collaboration with Major Lazer, Rudimental and Anne-Marie, Mr Eazi shouted out all of Africa.

From the stage he introduced the song by saying, "My name is Mr Eazi from Nigeria. Representing Ghana, Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, in fact, the whole of Africa, you know."

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Mr Eazi. Photo: Leon Williams for OkayAfrica.

Live Stream Burna Boy and Mr Eazi's Coachella 2019 Sets

Here's how you can watch online.

The Coachella Valley and Arts Music Festival is about to kick off its 2019 edition this weekend (April 12-14).

The plans and schedule for Youtube live stream of the sets has now been revealed as well. Artists like Tame Impala, Ariana Grande, Pusha-T, Blood Orange, Four Tet, Little Simz, Smino, YG, and many others' sets will be broadcast live on Coachella's Youtube channel. Childish Gambino and Rihanna's new film, Guava Island, will also be premiering on the stream.

Two of our favorite artists, Burna Boy and Mr Eazi,will be performing this year and, if you wont be there in person, we have the times for for you to tune in and watch this First Weekend.

Read: Why Burna Boy & Mr Eazi Are The Right Artists to Bring Afrobeats to the World

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Mr Eazi. Photo: Emily Nkanga.

The Music Business of Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi has independently built a music career for himself via smart business decisions. Now the Banku Music CEO wants to help others do the same through his new endeavor, emPawa.

Everyone says Mr Eazi is the smartest African musician alive. It's not hard to see why. Barely three years ago, he was in Computer Village, a tech market hub in Lagos, selling phones, and pushing a start-up. Today, he's swapped his products for music which he sells worldwide.

After switching the quiet of Accra for the bustle of Lagos in 2016, Eazi swept through the city with hit records. Introducing his style of 'Banku Music,' he shot up to become the poster boy for the dominant pop sound at the time—Pon pon.' That sound is gone, but Eazi is still here. Moving his business to London and striking deals across the US and other markets, the singer has strategically began to compete in these territories. He's also charted in the UK, a big accomplishment for a non-native without major label backing.

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