Afro-Pop Artist Cadáze Hits the Jackpot with “Easy Love” single
By Ann Swinderman
BOWIE, MD - Taking inspiration from hip hop, Afrobeat, and reggae, Cadáze blends her African heritage and American influences to create a signature vibe in her latest single, “Easy Love.”
“Music to me is art, and I believe art is the best way that I can express myself. I like to think that my music is unique and I also believes it shows my personality, my upbringing, my history and my ambitions.”
Born in Cameroon, Cadáze arrived in America at age 11, settled in Maryland, and began absorbing the American culture. After two years of building her discography, Cadáze’s music is synonymous with mixing cultures and genres. Taking inspiration from American artists, Cameroon and Nigerian trailblazers like Daphne, 2Face and P-Square, Cadáze creates her vibe with her music. “Afrobeat is taking over and I would love to be a part of that representation. You will hear everything in me,” she said. “I’m an afrobeat artist with two different cultures and influences by many people.”
Dropping on June 3rd, on Spotify and other streaming platforms, “Easy Love” is Cadáze’s next hit which is a single from her soon to be released EP Skin. The EP has everything from singing to freestyling, to a beat that does not stop and a mystical ambiance-like vibe. “Easy love is about how an ideal love should be, lol. I want people to feel me, hear me, and experience what Cadáze is feeling,” she stated.
Paying tribute and honoring single mothers and women who struggle to survive in the U.S. and across the globe, the EP’s title song, “Skin,” is dedicated to her mother and grandmother who have been through many difficult times but still choose to do great things in their communities and families as single parents. “Many African Black women go through a lot, and I saw a lot of tough African Black women while growing up. ‘Skin’ celebrates Black women. I want African women to know they are unique and tough,” she said. With a relaxing beat and lyrics like “never play with the dark skin,” the track promises to mix Afrobeat with melodic vocals like nothing ever has.
In addition to her musical artistry, Cadáze’s resume includes a master’s degree and entrepreneur. She is working on launching a fitness apparel store that aids her fitness and exercise obsessions. Cadáze strives to empower women by encouraging them to achieve their full potential without letting society stomp on their dreams.
“As an artist, I’m always evolving,” said Cadáze. “My music is not just me signing; it’s a whole package of what I represent and who I am.”
Make sure to stay connected to Cadáze on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.