YouTube Features Teni As It’s Trending ‘Artist On The Rise’

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YouTube Features Teni As It's Trending 'Artist On The Rise'
Nigerian Musician, Teni

Teni is YouTube’s latest feature on its ‘Artist On The Rise’ platform dedicated to highlighting new music stars to watch out for.

2018 in many ways can be described as the year that Teni took the industry by storm. With hit singles after another, the singer emerged as the break out star of the year.

The singer who was awarded as Headies Rookie of the Year Award in 2017 has also won the Soundcity MVP Award for ‘Best New Artist’.

Her rise to fame has continued into the year aided by the release of her single, ‘Case’ which has over 4 Million views, that has earned her recognition from video streaming platform, YouTube, who announced her as its latest trending ‘Artist On The Rise.’

The ‘Artist On The Rise’ features were rolled out by YouTube last year as a platform where it spotlight new artists in the various Trending tabs.

By virtue of this recognition, the video streaming site will promote Teni’s videos on its US trending page, in social media ads and fan event appearances at YouTube Spaces.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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