Nigerian Man Honours Asake, Draws His Portrait With Sugar Meant for Drinking Tea, Video Goes Viral

Nigerian Man Honours Asake, Draws His Portrait With Sugar Meant for Drinking Tea, Video Goes Viral

  • Nigerian visual artiste, Okechukwu Meshack, has caught the attention of many in the online community with his amazing talent
  • Honouring fast-rising music sensation, Asake, the visual artist used grains of sugar to draw an impressive portrait of the singer
  • Many social media users who came across the video of the talented young man doing his thing heaped accolades on him

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YBNL music star, Asake, continues to warm his way into the hearts of thousands with his music. This explains why he is building his own strong fan base.

Recently, a Nigerian visual artist identified as Okechukwu Meshack went the extra mile to show his love for the Terminator hitmaker.

Man draws Asake with sugar. Photo: @asakemusic/@emotoned
Source: Instagram

Meshack left many people impressed after sharing a video that captured how he drew a portrait of the sensational musician with granulated sugar.

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Check out the video as sighted online below:

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Read what Nigerians are saying on social media

madubukoceci said:

"E reach to draw with sugar because e music too dey sweet ."

madubukoceci said:

"God really blessed people with talent."

oluwa_seni said:

"Pure talent... Asake get sugar it is understandable."

d3br4.j said:

"Okay no this is actually coool.."

dr.chubbygideon said:

"Talents dey this country. But Nigeria government can't even help ."

_gwen24 said:

"Who Dey discover person talent, I wan discover my own talent too ."

demi.ache said:

"Wow make the guy send me his account make I bless am on behalf of my Man ."

boo_thungs said:

"God I don’t want to be a mechanic, I want to be a baller when they where sharing talent where was I ??"

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"The sweetness of his sound inspired me to use sugar" - Okechukwu Meshack

Speaking briefly with, Meshack said he had always been a fan of Asake but became completely after falling in love with, Dupe, a track off his debut album, Mr Money With The Vibes.

"Personally, I would say that I am a huge fan of his sound...the groove, the flows, the emotion! I would say that the sound 'DUPE' in his latest album sealed everything !! While making this portrait I mostly listened to it and 'Organise' on a repeat. It kind of reminds me to my orderly, disciplined with your work and steadfastly grateful to God in everything.

The visual artist equally disclosed that he uses salt most of the time but was moved to use sugar for Asake due to the 'sweetness' of his sound.

"On a norm, I draw mostly with SALT but the sweetness I derived from the sound inspired the use of SUGAR for the very first time in my life!!! I can sure say that it turned out beautiful!

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Although his Instagram process video is barely a minute long, the artist said such portraits gulp nothing less than four-five hours of his time.

"The duration of the making of these types of portraits is usually dependent on the intensity of detail involved in the work! But on average, it should take about 4 to 5 hours!

Yet to be acknowledged by most of the famous artistes he has drawn, Meshack disclosed that some influential TikTokers have recognized his work.

"I have not yet been acknowledged by any of these artists per se, but a few influential Tiktokers I drew have gotten to see and comment on their works via my TikTok handle while Softmadeit and John Merry are the only ones that have supported by reposting on their stories. Regardless of all these, my supporters on my various handles mean a lot as they keep me going!"

Meshack charges as much as N4.3 million for his drawings.

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Don Jazzy hails Asake's new album

Meanwhile, reported that veteran Nigerian music producer Don Jazzy couldn't contain his excitement for Asake's new album as he took to his social media page to hail the street music sensation.

Don Baba J wrote on his page that the singer should just be given the award of the artist of the year already.

The Peace Be Unto you singer, who recently dropped his first official album titled Mr Money With The Vibe, is probably the biggest breakout star in the music industry in 2022.


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