Formally known as ‘The Free’, Toronto based Eeshii The Free releases his Afro-fusion summer single “My Chargie Got Charges”. Funky basslines and syncopated percussion lay the foundation for Eeshii’s smooth and sultry vocal tones.
Speaking on the track, Eeshii The Free says: “My Chargie Got Charges”, a groovy new age Afro-Fusion sound dedicated to women that refuse to live under society’s norms and miss out on the freedom that comes with not belonging. It’s a true new-age female anthem.”
Born Hisham Abunuea, Eeshii The Free is an indie Sudanese immigrant now based in Toronto. Initiating an eclectic spectrum of Afro Fusion melodies that intertwine with influences from Reggae and Hip-Hop, Eeshii The Free has built a name for himself through his introspective lyrics encapsulating his journey as an African Immigrant in the West. Being exposed to a number of different cultures growing up, the artist’s worldly views continue to translate into his unique musical style.
After the international success of his hit single “Jack Harlow” released earlier this year, Eeshii The Free has received co-signs from some of the world’s biggest African and UK based artists as well as critical acclaim from HIP HOP CANADA and COMPLEX.
Readying himself for the release of his debut album “The Million Dollar Immigrant” set for release later this year, the innovator is on a fast-paced trajectory for the year ahead.
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