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A-Ezy - Way Too Cool

In the sprawling metropolis of Melbourne, with its pulsating beats and electrifying underground music scene, A-Ezy, known to many as Andrew Cameron Evans, emerges not just as a dynamic hip-hop artist but as a force of nature.


His latest single, Way Too Cool, drawn from the vibrant canvas of his sixth studio release, Dead Man Walking, reinforces his indelible influence on the Australian and global hip-hop soundscape. A-Ezy’s initiation into the rap realm began as he soaked in the raw energy of rap titans like Wu-Tang, Eminem, and Jay-Z.


However, the pivotal moment that anchored his commitment to the genre was a bold reimagining of a Snoop Dogg classic during his impressionable teenage years. Yet, it’s his personal struggles and tales of resilience that underpin the gravitas of his lyrical narratives. Tackling the complexities of Bi-Polar disorder from an early age and navigating through the sterile hallways of psychiatric facilities, music became Andrew’s refuge. It shifted from being a mere interest to an essential tool for catharsis and self-expression.


‘‘ Way Too Cool is more than just a song. It’s an anthem that dives into the heart’s deepest chambers, echoing sentiments of unwavering love, challenges, highs, and lows.

Collaborating with the adept FreakBeats, (aka Vladimir Bogdanovic), Way Too Cool is more than just a song. It’s an anthem that dives into the heart’s deepest chambers, echoing sentiments of unwavering love, challenges, highs, and lows. A-Ezy elucidates, ‘Way Too Cool is not just about rhythms and words; it’s my tribute to the unshakeable bond I share with my fiancée. It chronicles the rollercoaster of life - the peaks of joy and the troughs of sorrow.’


Yet, what elevates A-Ezy from the masses is his unparalleled ability to combine introspection with broader societal issues. From taking on the heavyweights like poverty, battling mental health stigmas, to confronting the longstanding ghost of racism, his tracks are both reflective and revolutionary. His commitment to creating an impact resonates in his words, ‘Keep releasing music until I get some traction. I’m all about putting out music with a message to change the world.’

 

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