Nigerian singer, Teniola Apata aka Teni is known to be one singer who often mention the names of prominent people in her songs.

Femi Otedola and Aliko Dangote are two business tycoons the singer has mentioned i her songs which made it more popular and acceptable.

In a conversation with Sunday Scoop, the award-winning singer explained why she often called people’s names in her music.

“I grew up being exposed to a lot of culture and one essential part of that is praise-singing people. I decided to incorporate that practice into my songs so that people could relate more with them,” she said.

Contrary to what many believe that Teni’s Billionaire EP is all about the brazen pursuit of money, the plump singer said the title song and EP were centred on encouraging people to live their best lives. She stated,

“This project basically encourages people to lead their best lives, achieve their dreams and generally enjoy what life has to offer. No doubt, life has its challenges, but sometimes, one just needs to take a break and enjoy it.”

On the misconceptions people have about her, the cheerful singer said,

“I don’t really know the misconceptions that people have about me but I try to be myself at all times. Being real is the best thing one can do in this world.”





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