Mr Eazi’s ‘Fefe Ne Fefe’: A Harmonious Fusion of Musical Styles Celebrating African Culture

Mr Eazi’s ‘Fefe Ne Fefe’: A Harmonious Fusion of Musical Styles Celebrating African Culture

Fefe Ne Fefe ; “beauty is beautiful” – comes from an Akan proverb: Fefe ne fe, se obaa tu amirika ne oso ni nufumua, eye fe, enye se ebe ti ato ntia.

In English it means; When a woman is running, she holds her breasts not because they would fall but because she’s a woman.

Fefe Ne Fefe, which premiered today during Mr Eazi’s guest appearance on Apple Music’s The Zane Lowe Show, is one of several tracks from The Evil Genius that Mr Eazi recorded in the resort town of Kokrobite, Ghana, with producer Kel-P. The Don has always been known for his ability to seamlessly blend various musical influences, and Fefe Ne Fefe is no exception. With its cool highlife rhythm, smooth sax lead and palm-wine guitar sound, the uptempo yet easygoing track transports listeners to a retro vision of West Africa befitting the beachside locale where it was made.

“I have professed my love on ‘Jamboree,’ she told me what she wants on ‘Good Lovin,’ we’ve fought on ‘Lack of Communication,’” – Mr Eazi recaps. 

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