Meeza Is Afrobeats' Latest Wonderkid
Meeza, whose real name is Toluwalashe Azeem Adumadeyin is a captivating force in the realm of music. At just 19 years old, he stands out with his latest wave of Afrobeats artists, showcasing his distinctive talent through elastic vocals and uplifting lyrics.
Earning recognitions with emotive tracks such as his recent release ‘Yawa’ Meeza with his anadromous name reflecting his cleverness, is poised to become a widely recognised figure in Afrobeats circles. While initially starting his career as an emcee, crafting rap songs around 2015, Meeza made a professional shift to singing in 2020 during the midst of the pandemic.
His journey to stardom includes a series of cover freestyles shared on social media and promising solo releases. Notably, Meeza solidified his potential with the well-recieved song ‘Gbona,’ featuring Zinoleesky, earlier this year. Wreaking stereotypes associated with street-pop, Meeza consistently displays refined musicality in each of his releases.
Acknowledging influences from artists like Wande Coal, Meeza envisions making a meaningful impact within the Afrobeats genre, expressing, “It feels like i am actually getting closer to my dreams.” Additionally, he has announced his upcoming project titled ‘Diffrent Breed,’ scheduled for release next year.
As the first child of his family and a student of Bells University, Meeza’s relentless pursuit of success underscores his determination to leave an indelible mark in the music industry, and only time will reveal the heights he can reach.