- Multiple award-winning Nigerian musician held a private album listening party for his new album The Evil Genius in Accra at Gallery 1957
- He made 16 art paintings for each of the 16 songs on the album and hung them on the wall, which beautified the venue and left many people in awe
- Disclosing when the album will be released, he said it will be out in October 2023
Nigerian singer and songwriter Mr Eazi held a private album listening party for his yet-to-be-released album The Evil Genius in Accra on September 13, 2023.
Mr Eazi holds private album listening party
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To heighten the suspense among his fervent fans concerning the album, The Evil Genius, each guest present at the event was given a Bluetooth-connected headphone.
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They listened to each song from the album, controlled by a main source that controlled when each song would be played.
Special artworks for each of the 16 songs on the album were printed, framed and hung at the gallery, which awed many people.
Below is a video highlighting how the private album listening party went.
Mr Eazi speaks about the album
Speaking about the album, the Ghanaian-based artiste hinted that it would be released in October 2023.
The By Force hitmaker noted that the album was very personal to him, and he drew inspiration from art, movies, and sports, among others.
Mr Eazi speaks on his upcoming album, The Evil Genius, below:
Below are pictures from the private listening party for Mr Eazi's album, The Evil Genius.
Mr Eazi spends N8.3m at a club
Legit.ng, in another story, reported that Mr Eazi flaunted how much money he splurged during an outing to a nightclub in Victoria Island, Lagos.
The music star took to his official page on Snapchat with a photo showing the receipt, which was issued to him after making payment for all that was consumed.
Mr Eazi splashed a whopping N8.3 million on food and three different brands of expensive alcoholic drinks.