Singer Eazzy has named Kuami Eugene and Patapaa as artistes she would not want to function with.
Speaking on At the rear of The Fame on Joy FM, the ‘Wengeze’ hitmaker stated her style of tunes differs from that of Patapaa and Kuami Eugene, therefore they can’t blend.
Eazzy described Patapaa’s type of music is way too quickly for what she does and she can not compete.
“I love his identity. He is a really lively man or woman, but tunes clever I no go fit. I know him as an up-tempo artiste, If you put me on any of his music, I go do yawa,” she explained to Lexis Invoice on Monday.
Eazzy mentioned she would take into consideration a collaboration when Patapaa decides to make a mid-tempo song “I think we can mix, then.”
The singer added she prefers a collaboration with KiDi than Kuami Eugene.
Eazzy stated she likes the texture of KiDi’s voice, his compositions and the tone he sings in.
“Knowing that there is a different player that can do a greater career for me, I would like to go for that,” she included.
The artiste claimed, she has very little against the character or manufacturer of Kuami Eugene and Patapaa but her motives are based mostly exclusively on the tunes they do.