Ghana-based Cameroonian songstress, T’neeya is out with a new single “Hype Means Nothing”. As planned, the single was released on her birthday, which falls in the month of August.
The Afro-fusion songstress has featured on the tunes of several other artists in Ghana including Enam, Sister Derby, and has additionally worked with Kidi, Kuami Eugene, and King Promise.
Additionally, T’neeya has taken a shot at exceptional Afropop covers, like Mr Eazi’s ‘Pour Me Water’ and R2bees and Wizkid’s ‘Tonight’, among others. The vocally talented songstress has amazing interfacing tunes like “Text Me”, “Low Battery” and “Joli”.
Her most recent tune “Hype Means Nothing” is no exemption to her number of hits produced beforehand. T’neeya is higly dependent on quality, in this way reflects in the entirety of her tunes.
Her latest single “Hype Means Nothing” is a tune that talks about being consistent with yourself. The tune goes far to inspire your ‘down spirit’ whenever you’re probably depressed. The tune is written and acted in French, English and Pidgin language.
T’neeya composed and recorded this song at a point in her life, when she felt dismissed and discouraged. Actually, her ‘world’ was slamming down, and could sit idle. The people she figured could rely on, disappointed her when she needed them the most.
According to her, at times, she awakens and consciously think of old good memories, and would imagine herself carrying on with her best life. All these experiences pushed her to compose her latest tune “Hype Means Nothing”. It is her new track which is relied upon to ‘travel’ over the world.
T’neeya is a Cameroonian vocalist and lyricist based in Ghana. She is born to a Cameroonian dad and a German mother and moved to Germany at 18 to seek after her music profession.
She is known for her Pan-African soul and Afrobeats impacts. One special thing about her is the means by which she can mix three languages in her music (French, English and a touch of Deutsch.
Beginning as a performer, T’neeya, whose real name is Jennifer Tania Takoh, was completely associated with her school’s ensemble, because music was everything for her. However, Classwork wasn’t her thing by any means. She just wanted to sing.
Between Berlin-Germany and London, she routinely performed at local bars and composed for artists to finance her fantasy about becoming an effective performer.
She moved to Ghana, because of what she depicts as “curiosity” to see a greater amount of Africa but Ghana happened to be her last stop.
On the other side, T’neeya is a free vivacious individual who is strong and passionate about the continent of Africa, culture and African music.
She is enlivened by listening to music in the genre of makossa, soul, zouk, Afrobeats and R&B. Her music motivations also comes from listening to Manu Dibango, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, Lauryn Hill, Aaliyah, and 2Baba.