Revolutionary rap music star, Adegbuyi Azeez, otherwise known as AZ-Flow, has hit the airwaves with two new singles entitled Doing It and Clappin respectively. The songs debuted on radio stations this week. Doing It, which featured the Koni-koni Love master, Klever Jay was produced by Fliptyce, while Clappin has the touch of Lahlah.
The songs were first launched online on Tuesday, 11 September, 2012 and recorded laudable number of downloads before hitting both local and foreign radio stations.A native Ijebu Igbo, Ogun State, Nigeria, AZ-Flow, who is currently being managed by Square Image Associates, described his style of rap as Trado-Pop (traditional hip hop), which is a blend of his Ijebu dialect and English language.
AZ-Flow attended St. Johns Catholic Primary School, Abusi Edumare Academy and Moshood Abiola Polytechnic,
Abeokuta where he studied Mass Communication.
“I started music in 2000. I was in a group called the Black Ghetto Busters (BBG), but I left the group a year later to pursue my solo career. I want to be unique, and that is what I stand for,” he stated.
Listen to Az-Flow ft. Klever J – Doing It