These artists showed up royalty to see Black Panther this weekend (Photos)
The newest Marvel film Black Panther is already a pop culture phenomenon and was all everyone wanted to talk about on social media over the weekend. Some of your favorite artists we’ve featured on ArtSoul Radio have expressed their interest in the Black Panther film and showed out in theaters with African inspired fashion and more:
Artist Dee-1 said he was inspired by the film:
#BlackPanther i was there. i was inspired! And i don’t even watch Marvel movies. But go see this!
A post shared by Dee-1 (@dee1music) on Feb 15, 2018 at 11:23pm PST
Artist and Chicago’s own Jamaica West looked stunning in futuristic fashion for her visit to Wakanda:
Gospel artist and radio show host Erica Campbell brought her beautiful family with her to the movies for a family day including some African and Black Panther inspired looks:
TheCampbells ❤️ #BlackPanther was amazing!! @warryncampbell Happy Saturday
A post shared by Erica Campbell (@imericacampbell) on Feb 17, 2018 at 12:44pm PST
Artist Koryn Hawthorne took it up a notch with some African inspired face paint for her trip to see the film:
A post shared by Koryn Hawthorne? (@korynhawthorne) on Feb 18, 2018 at 4:45pm PST
Artist and speaker Sharona Drake couldn’t hold in her excitement to see Black Panther and started dancing!
Not to be outdone, poet and artist Ezekiel embraced his Nigerian culture and showed up for Black Panther in this regal look:
They gave me an excuse tonight #blackpanther
A post shared by Ezekiel Azonwu (@wordsbyezekiel) on Feb 16, 2018 at 7:24pm PST
If you showed up to the theaters this weekend in your best fashions we want to see it! Tag us on Twitter and Instagram with your posts at @ArtSoulRadio!