Phyno and Tekno were unique in 2016 because of these tunes, and the cover of their innovativeness is the emphasis on adhering to a predictable approach.
On the off chance that Nigeria was partitioned into two unmistakable districts, and two rulers were expected to climb to administration through well known vote, then they would need to be as solid and penetrative as “Pana” and ‘Fada’. These two melodies ruled 2016, one by its sheer mention of everything to God, the other with its topical love impact, and moderate generation.
Phyno and Tekno, two Eastern siblings furnished the nation with bona fide super hit tunes that will be held and recalled after some time as maybe, their best hit yet. From the parched terrains of the north, to the streaming waters that grasp the southern shores of Nigeria, these singles ruled with an iron clench hand, snatching standard and specialty radio in an unwavering strangle hold, while likewise brave whatever other single to approach. No single approached.
For ‘Fada’, Phyno and Olamide’s predictable approach could be laid hence: Grab a customary tune, with profound highlife cuts and Afrobeat leanings from an astonishing maker. The subject includes the procurement of riches, presentations of accomplishment, and appreciation to God. These are the components of what Nigerian term as genuine ‘satisfaction’. A nation which prides itself for sing the hustle as an ideals, the picking up of cash is gigantic main thrust for everybody.
The quest for it has turned into the sole motivation behind a nation that raises riches above everything else. Phyno struck that pervasive nerve in ‘Interface’, a melody about cash making through business. On ‘Fada’, he associates by means of the transport of getting a charge out of that riches, and offering appreciation to God. That struck another nerve. So with one leg in chapel, and the other in the clubs, ‘Fada’ straddles the isolated between restricting sides of the ethical exchange in Nigeria. The last tune to accomplish that is Korede Bello’s ‘Godwin’. It is championing, solidarity, making an extension amongst “great” and abhorrence.
“Pana” demonstrated that a steady strategy for making music, can pay more in the short term. Tekno’s second single “Pana” detonated as well and spread like fierce blaze. The melody got on in the East, the West are adored it, and in road corners and clubs, “Pana” made a surge through. The video, shot by Clarence Peters of Capital Dreams Pictures, is more than 13 million perspectives on Youtube.
Phyno and Tekno were unique in 2016 because of these tunes, and the cover of their imagination is the emphasis on adhering to a standard approach. Faultfinders would contend with artistes who tend to adhere to a specific way of generation and creation, however that is all goals. In this present reality, standards seldom do work. A recipe is a decent approach to your business, yet just in the event that it works and keeps on working.
Phyno and Tekno’s recipe worked in 2016 and that is the reason they won.