The Nigerian singer who is also nicknamed ‘ Calebin, ‘ has called famous singer and music producer Tekno for insulting him for a recent song they’ve teamed on, Vanguard confirms.
Calebin, a singer and songwriter who hosted well-known shows in Nigeria and abroad, said he made a song with the former Triple MG artist, Tekno, but when it was time to shoot the music video for the track ‘ Parole, ‘ he was mute on him.
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Outlining why he approached Tekno to record the song, Calebin said he met the ‘ Pana ‘ crooner in the Czech Republic as he went on a European tour in 2016.
“We recorded the song titled ‘Parole’, it was produced by me, Calebin and Co-produced by DJ Coublon, guitar by Fiokee, mixed and mastered by Swaps,” he said.
Calebin also clarified that before the song was released, Tekno agreed to support campaigns by promoting the track on his social media pages and creating hype around the song online, but when the song was released, the singer failed to fulfill his pledge.
The incredible talent said he felt insulted when Tekno squandered his attempts to film the music video for the joint ‘ Parole. ‘
The extraordinary talent said he felt insulted when Tekno squandered his attempts to film the music video for the partnering ‘ Parole. ‘ He said, “We were supposed to shoot a video in the Czech Republic, but Tekno resisted and asked me to come back to Nigeria for a shot.
“I booked flight down to Nigeria and called Tekno, but what he did was unexpected and very disrespectful to my personality; he blocked me and didn’t show up for the video, this is someone I don’t have any misunderstanding or agreement with,” he concluded.
As was the case at the time of this study, Tekno did not offer any clarity of Calabin’s claims. Calebin is expected to host the One Africa Music Fest in Dubai on November 15, 2019.