FreeQa, born Edosa Ogbeide, is a Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and record producer.
music is a fusion of many genres like pop, reggae, afro-dance, hip-hop and traditional rhythm and blues.
At an early age of thirteen FreeQa made his first guitar from scraps consisting of wood, bicycle
spokes for fret bars, and motorcycle clutch cables for the strings.
From then on he acquired the skill to
play many instruments, including the guitar, bass, piano and various percussion drums. He moved to the United States in December of 2012 with his
family to pursue “The American Dream” and settled in New Jersey, near the cultural and music mega-centers of
New York City and Newark, New Jersey.
He subsequently set up his own home recording studio to lay
down his own original tracks and to perfect his record production craft before graduating to work in
major recording studios.
His musical influence consists of a variety of the greats, including Bob Marley, Fela Kuti, Gregory
Isaac, Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur and many more musical pioneers. FreeQa’s unique sound is
conveyed through the array of his influences, creating tunes that will please the listener and vie for that
Music video for Jaburata performed by FreeQa. Grace is the only thing that’s brought us this far. Jaburata reminds us to appreciate the smallest things we have that we don’t seem to value.