- A young talented Nigerian artist, Kareem Qudus, has got many talking after he honoured Davido's A Better Time album with his skills
- The young man drew the album cover with just pencils as he achieved relevant shadows that gave the replica a striking similarity to the real one
- As people appreciated him, there was a mild 'commotion' between Wizkid's and Davido's fans over who will reward Qudus best
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A Nigerian artist, Kareem Qudus, has churned out another great artwork as he remade Davido's A Better Time album cover page with just pencils.
Recall that the same skilled Nigerian fine artist did the same thing with Wizkid's Make in Lagos days ago as Nigerians were marvelled by his art.
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, December 16, the young artist tagged the singer, hoping it would come to his notice.
See his post below:
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 reactions were compiled 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%."
"Where you put head before, if davido sees this your life will never remain the same, I know it's hard to belive cus you've drew one stingy goat before."
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a young Nigerian artist, Fredrick Omoniyi, had every reason to celebrate after Music Boss Don Jazzy bought his artwork for N300,000.
It should be noted that the man had earlier hoped to sell his pencil drawing on his birthday many weeks ago.
In a Twitter post, he lamented not being able to sell the piece as he tagged Don Jazzy to it, asking if he would buy it.
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