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Tekno Ends 2019 with the Release of his New Single “Suru”


To mark his birthday, Tekno has dropped his biggest single of 2019, titled “Suru,” alongside a music video.

The video which was shot on the streets of Lagos Island and directed by TG Omori “Boy Director”, is a vibrant illustration of life, success, family, health, and growth.

Produced by Blaise, the song uses an upbeat tempo to communicate the artists’ emotions. It starts off with phrases like “dead body no dey gbese, zombie no dey zanku…” to highlight that only the living can enjoy the things of life. Also using phrases like “kilode ooo… you can’t kill yourself… dance makosa… you suppose to dey thank God oo,” Tekno emphasizes the importance of being grateful regardless of the situation.

The multi-talented singer, songwriter and producer who has had a difficult year, fighting personal battles uses this song to remind his fans that happiness is free and there is a need to constantly be thankful for life. 

With the new release, Tekno presents his fans with a message of love and hope, urging them to live life knowing that tomorrow will be better.




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