African artists collaborating is increasingly becoming popular and despite the varying cultures and language differences, the artists have continuously produced music that resonates with and outside their countries of origin. The authenticity of this homogeneous sonic goal is seen in the friendships formed by the artists from the various countries, catering to their fans around the continent. Record labels have also joined in to strengthen the foundation by signing artists from all ends of the continent.
Nigeria record label, Aristokart records recently signed Cameroonian singer/songwriter T’neeya. The label announced this with the release of T’neeya’s first song under the label’s imprint and it’s titled “Low Battery”. The song also features production from Ghanaian producer, Paq who produces a mid-tempo beat for T’neeya’s melodic narration of how her patience with her lover is wearing thin. The video is set in a saloon where T’neeya gives a heartfelt performance, unnoticed by others who are at the saloon with her.
Watch the video for T’neeya’s “Battery Low” here:
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