Thanks to John Doni for the tip! The Brooklyn Museum collaborated with Spotify to create five select sculptures for their “Rap Caviar Pantheon” exhibit. One of the honorees is none other than the queen, SZA.
Love the rationale behind the project.
“Pantheon is our way of non-verbally communicating the breakthrough artists of 2017,” said Tuma Basa, Spotify’s Global Head of Hip Hop, and the brains behind RapCaviar. “We’re treating our artists with the importance that Ancient Rome treated its gods. Metro, SZA, and 21 all proved this year that they’re here to stay. Their music is forever so why not immortalize their likeness? Greco-Roman Respect Style!”