Mr Eazi want to sell shares of his yet-to-be-released music to fans.


Nigerian music superstar and entrepreneur, Mr Eazi want to sell shares to fans on his yet to be released songs.

The Banku music pioneer in his quest to create funding model for music business on the African continent established Africa Music Fund (AMF) a $20 million dollar worth of investment.
Now the superstar has turned a new leaf and this time it is the first of it kind in Africa. 
Now read this part carefully,  Mr Eazi want you and me to buy shares on his yet to be released songs so that we can make money as he makes money.
I don’t know if you understand me, let say Mr Eazi drops a new song of which you already purchased like 10% shares of the song before release after the song is released,  as people stream the song in huge numbers Mr Eazi make fortune and you get a share in that fortune by getting the equivalent of your 10% purchased.
That sound like a good investment, right?
Just a few hours ago, Mr Eazi announce on his Twitter account that he would like to experiment this new idea with his next release.
See tweets

Gonna try an experiment on my next release where you guys the fans will be able to buy shares on My song! Meaning you will own an equity % on the song! As u stream & give me $ some goes back to You!!!

— Uncle Njobvu (@mreazi) December 9, 2020

Imagine you had a % of my last song with Nicki or my new single “LENTO “ with Jbalvin!!! As u stream u make it a hit, some of the $ comes to you! But most importantly you are a true part of the Global Smash Hit you helped create

— Uncle Njobvu (@mreazi) December 9, 2020

Ok guys

Hit this Link to Register your interest in Getting Equity in my next Release.

By doing this you will be 1st in line to sign up once we launch. Let’s get it!!

The growth of African Music must benefit us all, from the creators to the Fans!!

— Uncle Njobvu (@mreazi) December 9, 2020

Now imagine Davido, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage and Burna Boy and Yemi Alade decides to sell shares on their next release. Hmm… That sounds like the kind of investment I want to do.

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