- Emtee has turned to the people of Mzansi to recruit a lit graphics designer for his two new album covers
- Emtee is looking for the cover of both #DIY3 and #Logan to be made by a talented local designer
- Taking to social media, Emtee reached out to his followers and offered a R3k prize for the best design
Emtee has turned to the people of Mzansi to recruit a lit graphics designer who can create an awesome cover for his new album. Emtee is willing to pay a whopping R3000 for the work.
Knowing what it is like to start out at the bottom, a lot of Mzansi celebs try their best to help those starting out get a break. Making it is not easy and support is greatly ne eded, especially from those who have already made it.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Emtee has decided to find his own graphic designer to design the covers of his new albums rather than using those who everyone else uses. It is a nice way of giving talent a chance to shine.
Emtee is looking for the cover of both #DIY3 and #Logan to be made. Fans have been waiting some time for these drops and this is a hopeful sign that they will be dropping in the near future.
Taking to social media, Emtee reached out to his followers to find a graphic designer worthy of this opportunity. He is willing to pay R3 000 to the lucky contestant.
“Say gang. I’m running a competition. Attention all graphic designers! Some y’all may know I’m releasing #LOGAN and #DIY3 soon so I need album cover art for both Projects. Tweet us your designs and tag us. Emtee might choose your design and win yourself R3 000 cash.”
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Zakes Bantwini has taken to social media to ask Mzansi tweeps to protect rapper Emtee. The rapper who is known for not mincing his words on his timeline has gone AWOL on Twitter for some time now.
Zakes took to the micro-blogging app on Tuesday, 8 September to share that Emtee must be protected "at all costs". The award-winning musician did not mention why the Roll Up hitmaker must be protected. The singer wrote:
"SA, protect Emtee at all costs! What a respectful, humble young man. On top of that, the music is amazing!"
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