Mr Eazi, Anthony Joshua make new Hugo Boss campaign

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Nigerian singer, Oluwatosin Ajibade, popularly known as Mr Eazi, has joined a host of other American models and superstars for a  luxury fashion house campaign by Hugo Boss.

Mr Eazi was also joined by British-Nigerian boxer Anthony Joshua,  American model Gigi Hadid,  American disc jokey, DJ Khaled, and British model Naomi Campbell  alongside  Senegalese-Italian media personality, Khaby Lame, for the campaign themed #BeYourOwnBOSS.

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A statement signed by Mr Eazi said that the Nigerian singer was the only African artiste featured in the new star-studded Boss campaign.

“The advertising campaign for Spring/Summer 2023 features a star-studded lineup of celebrities including Nigerian artiste Mr Eazi.

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“He engaged in some nostalgia posing with an adorable picture taken when he was just a child wearing the new season sweater from Boss.

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“The aim is to illustrate Boss’s slogan “Be Your Own Boss” by telling the story of “the extraordinary path to a life of success” travelled by the celebrities featured in the campaign.

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“The brand also enlisted the likes of Colombian pop singer Maluma, US supermodel Gigi Hadid, British model Naomi Campbell, South Korean actor Lee Minho, Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini, Anthony Joshua and many others from across the world.

“The superstar singer continues his ascent in recent times following a slew of successful releases of songs like Legalize, Patek and the latest single; Werser, which is getting traction on Tiktok.

“He also tweeted that he will release a couple of projects this year,” the statement said. NAN

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