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Rapper EZ Mil to stage digital concert

Rapper EZ Mil, whose performance of his original composition ‘Panalo’ made waves online, is set to hold a digital concert in April.

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02/18/2021 02:40 PM
Rapper EZ Mil to stage digital concert
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Rapper EZ Mil, whose performance of his original composition "Panalo" made waves online, is set to hold a digital concert in April.

 

 

The concert titled EZ Mil: Live Virtual Concert is scheduled on April 18, Manila time, at 12 noon. It will premiere exclusively on livestreaming platform KTX.ph.

The show, which is co-produced by ABS-CBN's MYX, will include guest performances from Blade, Dimpztuh, Tynolyfe, Sauceboss, Raining Sorrow, and Hbom.

Born Ezekiel Miller, EZ Mil shot to fame after his performance of his song "Panalo" on the Wish USA bus went viral.

Since it went live on YouTube last January 29, the video of his performance has been viewed for more than 40 million times. 

"It’s more that I imagine I can dream of. Thank God Jesus for giving me this opportunity, maraming maraming salamat!" said EZ Mil during a virtual conference, as he reacted to his sudden rise to fame.

READ: ‘More than I imagined’: EZ Mil reacts to success of ‘Panalo’

On being compared to legendary rappers Gloc 9 and Francis M, the 22-year-old rapper said: "Sa tingin ko po it’s an honor, it’s awesome to be put with people with such heavy names who made their own impact but ultimately I want to be in my own lane because I have something different!

"It’s great to breathe the same air in their hemisphere of greatness. But I want to be me! I will continue to forge my way through my music," he added.

Asked what's next for his music, EZ Mil said he hopes to collaborate with many Pinoy artists.

“Competition is always there but we should all be coming together. I feel that competition can be turned into us against the world, not us against us. Let’s bring everyone up not down!” he said.