My Seven Years In University Inspired ‘Uyo Meyo’ – Teni Makanaki

Teni Apata, but popularly known as Teni Makanaki, in a recent interview, opened up on her world as a singer and her dream of winning a Grammy award.

The talented Nigerian artist opened up on how her seven years in the university inspired her hit single ‘Uyo Meyo’.

According to Teni, “I believe I will win the Grammys, I know I will win the Grammys, I will win the Grammys and I will sell out stadiums around the world. It’s just in my soul,” Teni stated.

Teni Makanaki. Photo: Soundblaz
Teni Makanaki. Photo: Soundblaz

In the early part of the interview with newsmen, she revealed how she prophesied greatness to herself and how it has manifestd in her life.

”I told someone, you better take my picture and my number because I will be a superstar. I was just saying it, do I even know what I was saying? I was just saying my own, but I just spoke it to the universe,” she reminisced.

The BET awards nominee says her hit single ‘Uyo Meyo’ is a good music. She made it known that governors had to call her because of the song and she had actually met with Dangote because of another hit single ‘Case’.

According to her, ‘Uyo Meyo’ was a song that came from the bottom of her heart, she sees it as spiritual.

“I was just in my car driving to my graduation and on my way, I was listening to a song I had in my car and I called the producer to send me the beat because it was so spiritual and I just started freestyling in my car and that was how ‘Uyo Meyo’ came out.

“It came out from me being grateful to God for everything so far. For me, even being able to complete the programme, it took me seven years to graduate from the university,” Teni stated.

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