Violinist Ezinma, aka Classical Bae, provides sweet symphonies through her four-stringed instrument. In 2016, a friend from Juilliard connected her with late rapper Mac Miller, allowing her to provide some chords for his fourth studio album, The Divine Feminine. However, her popularity skyrocketed in 2017 after sharing a cover of Future's "Mask Off." The following year, the one and only Beyoncé invited Ezinma to join her on stage at Coachella.
The classically trained musician often plays violin renditions of hip-hop hits, such as Cardi B's "Money" and Da Baby's "Suge." But she also performs various other genres, as evidenced by her renderings of H.E.R.'s "Hard Place," Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Loved," and Mozart's Symphony No. 40.