Idol Records’ new boy describes how he spiritually connected with Teni on his new single

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Idol Records’ latest signing, Ebenezer Adeboye, who prefers to be called Lese, is excited about his new single. He is confident that it would change the way music is viewed when it’s finally released.

The young artist’s musical career has been getting the desired attention. Recently, he seems to be patiently working his way into the hearts of his fans with his style, lyrics, and voice. Already, fans now see him as the NEXTGEN in the industry.

Much debate has been held on the pair to take after Wizkid and Davido’s domination, with Teni winning the first spot. With the style of Lese’s music, the entertainment gurus have begun to imagine if this young artiste is the messiah we have been waiting for. Or perhaps we should be expecting another one.

Recently, Lese got into the studio with the contemporary wave-making songstress, Teni Entertainer. Consequently, he has illustrated their collaboration as spiritual. The artiste said his biggest inspiration so far was meeting Teni for the duet. As it turned out, he had some incentives during the studio session. Lese narrated how Teni inspired him and encouraged him to put everything before God”.

“The vision is to keep working hard and searching for how to explore new opportunities that may arise. From my part, I strongly believe I am ready for the challenge and I have what it takes. But if my management could still organize new collaborations, I will be willing to jump at it”.

Lese has proven beyond reasonable doubts that he can send lukewarm musicians out of the industry with his style. All he needs to do is to plug into the heart of the fans and make them happy.

Speaking in an interaction with Vanguard correspondent, Lese claimed to have been born into a music family. He narrated his style of music as Afro-infusion; one that enables him to infuse his style into any sound that comes his way. Also, Lese talked about his humble beginnings, when there was no one to support in amplifying his voice.

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“Since I came in contact with Idol Records, the story has changed for good”. He concluded as he relished his new home where he feels he would be motivated to do more good music.

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