WILMA EP & Art Exhibition
Started out in New York and made his way to Sweden, once known as WAJU and now known as Harrison First, releases his first EP, "WILMA" featuring FOL, B1uan, Phlux, and Chemical Ghost on March 8th 2019. This EP features a different MOOD in order to communicate the feeling associated with WILMA . The idea of WILMA was inspired by conversations with Harrisons girlfriend during college. The concept of finding unique avenues to bridge the gap between music and art was appealing at the time. He thought a lot about creative ways for musicians to debut music and ways for consumers to experience music. He sought to enhance people’s emotions in order to create a deeper connection to art. WILMA (Wished I Lived Miles Away) is an art exhibition curated around Harrisons debut EP, called WILMA. Together with painter, Anni Tuikka, a multi-disciplinary creative, the exhibit brings together music and art, tapping into the emotion of the listener and viewer in a deep and vulnerable way. Each painting was originally created to each song, evoking a specific feeling or mood from the viewer. In this exhibition you get to go inside the mind of the painter, feeling what she felt when she listened to each song. With Harrison First success working with his current and past collaborators such as Teflon Sega, NBDY, NYNE, FOL, and many more reaching streams well past 10M, and collective streams of songs for 2018 past 20M, he looks to make a big impact with the music art exhibition for WILMA Past media support has come from MILK, Billboard, MTV, Spotify, Pigeons and Planes, DistroKid, and many more; His EP is set to debut in a special way.