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Nigerian Afropop Singer Teni Shares Brand-new Single titled “Jo”

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Nigerian Afropop singer and songwriter Teni, AKA Teni The Entertainer, has revealed her brand-new single Jo, out now via artist services company Platoon.

The new single is the first music to be released from her upcoming new album set to drop in 2021.

Speaking about Jo, Teni shares: “Jo is a feel-good song, it means to dance. It makes me feel good. It has been a crazy year and I hope it makes you feel happy, I hope it makes you dance, and I hope it brings you closer to your loved ones.”

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Jo is the follow up to 2019’s full length EP Billionaire, a release that has been streamed over 15 Million times to date.

A graduate in Business Administration from the American Intercontinental University in Atlanta, Teni is an incredibly diverse artist, who is as comfortable making Afropop, or RnB music as she is acting, as she displayed in her ‘Nollywood’ debut film Dear Affy earlier this year.

Teni has won a number of awards across her career to date, including ‘Best Female’ at this year’s Soundcity MVP Awards in Lagos, as well as 5 Headie Awards, which are awarded for outstanding achievements in the Nigerian music industry. She was also nominated for ‘Best African Act’ at the 2019 MTV Europe Music Awards.

Listen to Teni’s JO below:

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