It is no longer news that reigning artiste of the moment, Teni Apata, popularly known as Teni the entertainer, often mentions the names of prominent people like Otedola, Dangote in her songs.
Well, the singer in this chat with Sunday Scoop, the award-winning singer explained why she often does that.
“I grew up being exposed to a lot of cultures 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.
Teni, who clinched four awards at the recently held Headies, stated that winning awards and touring 35 cities had been the high points of 2019 for her so far.
She added, “God has just been great. From the BET to MTV EMA, getting endorsements, and touring over 35 cities across the world and seeing thousands of beautiful people who came out to see me, it has been nothing but high points all through the year.”
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.”