Subsequent to hitting the maiden show off his E.L Live Tour in Minnesota, rapper E.L flew over to New York for the city’s Fashion Week.
The Best African Rapper (B.A.R) excited some super models amidst the presentation. Studio 189 astonished participants with an blazing show, which got everyone moving to the cadence of E.L’s Afrobeat music. Indeed, even Dawson participated, busting a few moves with Paula Abdul.
The models at that point featured the line by standing in groups, while talking and hitting the dance floor with each other. The members included individuals of various age, ethnicities and race. “It’s about comprehensiveness”, Erwiah said toward the start of the occasion.
On-screen character, Rosario Dawson likewise debuted her most recent Studio 189 gathering at the Fashion Week with an extraordinary touch. After entering the occasion held at Metropolitan West, the attendants found that there were no traditional seats, i.e. stones replaced seats! – and staff individuals moved around, sampling pieces from the collection. Dawson started the show by requesting a moment of silence to respect to victims of 9/11. She followed in with a video about Studio 189’s social equity work and the effect it’s having in Africa.
The garments remained consistent with an African style with splendid colours, light textures, and local prints.
E.L who is now working on his new album without a doubt set the place burning with his Afrobeat tunes. The ‘Koko’ hitmaker is as of now on visit in the states to advance his up and coming collection “WAVs” (West African Vibes) which is expected for release not long from now.