- A young African artist, Kareem Qudus, got many online users talking after he recreated Davido's A Better Time album with his skills
- The young man drew in pencil and he achieved realistic shadows that gave the replica a striking similarity to the actual album cover
- As people appreciated his work, they took to the comments to offer compliments to the artist on his talent
An African artist, Kareem Qudus, has churned out another great artwork as he remade Davido's A Better Time album cover page with just pencils.
The same skilled artist created a similar concept with another singer's cover art days ago and viewers were utterly impressed by his talent.
This time around, he drew in great detail the popular photo on the album which shows the Holy Ground crooner in a tight fatherly embrace with his son, Ifeanyi.
In a Twitter post on Wednesday, 16 December, the young artist tagged the singer, hoping it would come to his attention.
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has close to 5,000 likes with over 1,000 retweets from those who appreciate his skill.
Watch the video of the process below:
Some of the reactions below:
"Omo, I go like make you draw me too....chai! See finishing! This is what I am talking about, uniqueness!"
"You really need to be more confident about your creativity. Look into the camera with both eyes, smile cause You made a classic!"
"This is good.... don't mind what ppl think of u drawing wiz or dav."
"What did you get from wizzy, A repost? Davido must see this fine art."
"Wizzy own fine pass this one 100%."
In celebrity-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on Nhlanhla Nciza sharing a series of photos of herself and her son from an annual photo shoot.
Nhlanhla Nciza took to Instagram to post a series of pictures from a family photo shoot she had with her son. The annual picture-taking looks like such a beautiful way to commemorate childhood and special holiday times. The celeb and her little boy got dressed up and posed next to the festive, Christmas decor.
Nhlanhla's followers could not get enough of the photos and immediately took to the comments to share their thoughts and compliments.
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