Although Tekno hasn’t come close to replicating the huge success of “Pana” in recent times, he’s remained a fixture in mainstream Afropop, due to his prolific stream of singles and videos. Deviating from sociopolitical incline of his previous song, “Better”, he returns to making music suitable for dancefloor rotation on his newest release, “Skeletun”.
Reuniting with Phantom – who also produced the Zlatan-assisted “Agege” – , the production for “Skeletun” is a great accomplice to Tekno’s pandering set. With buzz phrases like “e don tey wey we dey shayo” and lyrics admiring the physique of a love interest, the song is clearly crafted to appeal to club-hopping folks, especially with peak flexing and concert season on the horizon.
Stream “Skeletun” here.
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