Azuki NFT Collection has partnered with Korean hip-hop staff, Epik High, to design authentic visible artwork for his or her upcoming Coachella display. Azuki also shared a surprise poster with Epik High contributors Tablo, Mithra Jin and DJ Tukutz. In the performance, while Tablo maintains his center, Mithra Jin and DJ Tukutz maintain an awl and a case, respectively.
Azuki x Epik High: what we all know so far
“We are excited to announce our collaboration with legendary Korean hip-hop trio, Epik High, to create original visual art for their upcoming Coachella performance,” Azuki introduced the day before, April 10.
Epik High is without a doubt one of the most influential hip-hop teams from South Korean Seoul. Actually, Tablo, Mithra Jin and DJ Tukutz formed the band in 2001. Back then, hip-hop wasn’t as trendy in South Korea as it is now.
“Epik High has long been pioneers in Asian culture and was the first Korean act to ever perform at Coachella in 2016,” Azuki wrote. “They will be the first Korean act to return to the festival and we are excited to celebrate this moment in Asian excellence through this collaboration.”
In the run-up to the parade, the public also dropped a brand new album. Their tenth studio album, Epik High Is Here (Part 2), also centers on topics such as “self love, loneliness and self confidence†
Meanwhile, Azuki NFT has been making waves in the NFT area for the past few weeks. after a miracle NFT airdrop, the land value of the project has soared (recently at 22 ETH). This even led a number of blue-chip NFT holders to specify their unhappiness, as the field of their duties was never closed anywhere. The collaboration with Epik High simply added another feather to Azuki’s cap!