When you hear the name “Eze-lap”, you’ll probably think of someone who has it easy when it comes to the racetrack, coincidentally his flow is as fast as you would imagine him to be. A performer and an artist, he rose to prominence in 2009 when he featured on Mo’molemi’s well received sophomore album (a rebel without a pause: Motsamai). Since then his career has taken a remarkable turn and he’s never looked back. He’s been working with Mo’molemi ever since and they successfully developed a mentor/protégée relationship.
Currently with an ever-growing fan base, he’s had the opportunity to develop his own music style, which sets him apart from the rest of the pack. Eze-lap is something sort of a rhyme slayer, many are enticed and impressed by his ability to flow fast and rhyme thereon . With the little time spent on the scene, he’s performed at major shows such as the Maftown Heights, Kimberley Diamond Festival and has also performed alongside well known artists such as Khuli Chana, HHP and Towdee Mac. He has also showcased his talent in foreign countries like Mozambique at the Tambo Tambulani Arts Festival.
He cites his musical influences as Bone Thugs ‘n Harmony, Gym Class Heroes and Mo’molemi, as they all have their own approach when it comes to making music . He’s working on his Mix-tape titled “First Lap” and he is to feature in DJ Lemonka’s Motswako Tape Volume 2.