Last week, the Los Angeles Clippers hosted a Filipino Heritage Night at Crypto.com Arena with an explosive performance from EZ Mil. The multi-hyphenated artist performed 3 of his hits from “Up Down,” “Re Up,” and “Panalo” which put his music on the international map.
Performing with EZ is none other than his little sister Kiyoko who also appears in the “Re Up” music video. Alongside him on center court are the Clippers Spirit dancers along with Bailrok, Yahshuah, and DJ E-Rock. Catch all the action below and see him tear up the stage.
If you want to hear more music, check out his new album, DU4LI7Y out now!
Cover Photo Credit: EZ Mil Instagram
Ez Mil is in the Philippines gearing up for his 2022 Homecoming Tour ready to kick off later this month. Before taking his tour around the islands, he stopped by the Showtime stage for a dynamic performance of the track that made him go viral, “Panalo.” Fans can see how excited he’s to be back in the Philippines after staying Stateside for six years. Check out the full performance below!
The Pinoy rapper is taking his music back to his home country in the Ez Mil: Panalo Homecoming Tour 2022. He’s taking with him loads of other Pinoy rappers and artists like Gloc-9, Loonie, Darren Espanto, and other guests. Ez is making stops throughout the Luzon region, but also taking the show to Mindanao. Find out all the details here.
Want to catch up with Ez Mil and hear what he’s been up to, catch his MYXclusive with VJ Samm. He shares what he missed about the Philippines and the meal he looked forward to the most when he returned. Ez also talks about his latest single, “Dalawampu’t Dalawang Oo” which not only is an anthemic track, but also a tribute to his hometown of Olongapo.
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If you need a hype man EZ has got you covered! During this weekend’s WBO bantamweight title fight, EZ walked out with John Riel Casimero performing his hit “Panalo” as Casimero headed to the ring.
EZ also went live before the fight and gave the fans a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes as Casimero was getting wrapped and prepped for a win.
Later that night Casimero retained his WBO bantamweight belt in a split-decision win against Guillermo Rigondeaux. Showtime Boxing streamed the fight and recently posted some highlights below.
If you want to see even more of a behind-the-scenes look, EZ’s Father, Paul Sapiera was with him during the fight and vlogged the journey and rehearsals leading up to the big day.
Ez’s full episode of our MYX Original Series “Making it in America” is set to head to Youtube this Thursday at 7 pm PDT.
Featured Photo Courtesy of: Showtime Boxing Instagram
Ez Mil drops bars on his visit to Power 106 FM studios. He performed for their “On the 8th Floor” and raps about social justice and shout outs the late Nipsey Hussle, and L.A.s’ own YG. If you want to see more from his Power 106 visit, you have to check out this BTS look. Ez meets station program director DJ E-Man who’s also helped break out artists like Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez, and others.
Since moving to Las Vegas from Olangapo City, Subic City in the Philippines, Ez Mil has been grinding and putting in work on his craft. A talented lyricist, musician, and overall creative, he looks to represent his Filipino culture. His Wish Bus USA performance of Panalo has gathered 1.8 million views since its release with references like you can’t imagine.
The rapper historically also performed on ASAP (All-Star Sunday Afternoon Party) also now known as ASAP Natin To’, to mean ‘”This Is Our ASAP”‘). ASAP is the longest running Sunday noontime variety show and became the first live entertainment program in the Philippines to be broadcast in true high-definition picture. We get a glimpse of the how the performance was produced and see Ez’s first time in a recording studio.
While recording for Panalo Live in Vegas with the #1 hip hop band in the world, 1500 or Nothin, the legendary Apl.de.ap (from the GRAMMY award winning Black Eyed Peas) checked in with Ez Mil to congratulate him on all his success. Apl has been a long time philanthropist & advocate for Filipino artists since he released “The APL Song” and “Bebot” in 2004, the most internationally known Tag-lish songs of all time.
Apl congratulates him on his success so far and they chat about having Tagalog again hitting the mainstream waves. The only way is up for Ez and he’s taking us along on the ride.
Coming up, Ez’s first live virtual concert LIVE is on 4/17 at 8P PST /
4/18 12P PHT (Manila) & available for 24 hours for various timezones around the world, presented by MYX & FFP Records & Management. You can purchase your tickets at KTX.PH.
Check out some international reaction videos below:
Cover Photo Credit: Eric Smith