D’banj, Teni & Jaywon To Join Funmi Ayinke At Her Debut Album Launch

Engr. Dr. Mrs Funmilayo is popularly known as ‘Funmi Ayinke’ has unwrapped a festive special in the form of a music album launch. The multi-talented


Teni Demands ₦250k Show Of Love From Tiwa Savage, Tems, Yemi Alade, Ayra Starr

Singer Teni has called out her female pals to show her the same kind of money love being shown to Davido. She gladly demands for N250,000


Rhezy ft. Teni – Forever

‘Rhezy’ shines bright as he features ‘Teni’ on the single titled “Forever”. The song is off his latest debut six-track album titled “The Polygamous Bachelor”.


VIDEO: Teni – Hustle (A TG Omori Film)

Dr Dolor Entertainment presents TENI THE ENTERTAINER in the music video for ‘Hustle‘ off her WONDALAND album. Wondaland is a place of luxurious mind-blowing utopian reality. Unlike our world, WONDALAND


MUSIC: Laycon – I Want You Back ft. Teni

 Laycon – I Want You Back ft. Teni Laycon finally released his much anticipated album titled “Shall We Begin” The new album houses 12 tracks with


MUSIC: Teni – Wondaland [Full Album]

Nigerian songstress and singer, Teni  finally released her much-anticipated debut studio album titled “Wondaland” She dominated the Afrobeats scene. With many outstanding performance, achievements, Sugar


Music: Teni Ft. Davido – For You

Dr Dolor Entertainment present another brand new potential tune ”For You” by Teni featuring DMW chief Davido. Teni has been teasing the collaboration some days before now. Eventually,


P Priime – Come and See ft. Teni

Nigerian uber talented record producer P Prime returns with a brand new potential hit titled Come and See. P Prime is responsible for some of the


AUDIO & VIDEO: Cuppy feat. Teni – Litty Lit

Dj Cuppy has premiers the official video for her previously heard track “Litty Lit” featuring Teni, off her recently released debut album “Original Copy“. DOWNLOAD AUDIO


Burna Boy, Fireboy, Laycon, Plead With Uganda Govt To Release Omah Lay,Tems

Nigerian talented singers Burna Boy, Fireboy, Teni, Laycon and others have called for the release of their colleagues Omah Lay and Tems in Uganda, Igbere