Mr Eazi has plans to hold global art exhibitions in conjunction with his upcoming album release.
The exhibitions will take place in prominent cities such as Lagos, Accra, New York, and London.
The Nigerian singer and pioneer of Banku music had previously revealed his collaboration with 13 African artists to create bespoke artworks for each track on his forthcoming studio album.
These artworks will be showcased as part of group exhibitions in the mentioned cities.
Mr Eazi’s rise in the music industry has been remarkable since his hit song “Skintight” in 2016.
He has since collaborated with notable artists like Bad Bunny and Beyoncé.
Over the past two years, he has dedicated his time to refining his musical craft by recording in various global locations, including Benin, Rwanda, Accra, Lagos, London, Los Angeles, and New York.
In preparation for the upcoming exhibitions, Mr Eazi worked with artists Elangwe Sesse from Cameroon and Sinalo Ngcaba from South Africa to create artworks that complement his latest single “Chop Time, No Friend.”
This creative endeavor is an expression of Mr Eazi’s passion for creativity and his desire to form deeper connections with artist friends.
He believes that these artworks visually capture the essence and emotions of his music.
Eazi’s album is set for release on October 27.