Kenyan Songstress Teslah Set To Release Turn Me On Remix

Kenyan Songstress Teslah Set To Release Turn Me On Remix

The Kenyan multi Award-winning singer and songwriter Teslah is relentless on her journey to the top and we are here for it. The songstress has dropped her latest video of her highly acclaimed song.

It’s undeniable that Teslah has gone global since the release of her song dubbed ‘Turn Me On’ featuring Chan Chan soaring through all the music outlets.

Teslah confirms that Turn me on Remix is set to be released on November 12th, 2021. It’s undeniable that Teslah has gone global since the release of her song dubbed ‘Turn Me On’ featuring Chan Chan soaring through all the music outlets.

What other music wave is bigger than Amapiano? You will have zero answers now that the sound has roared across Africa and beyond captivating music lovers. Her song has become a viral sensation on social media and she is propelling the song through soundtracking it for challenges that are leading to its massive prominence.

In the original song, we only see Chan Chan on the feature and with the remix, they put on Brandy Maina, a talented singer and music performer. Am starting to get a feeling that the remix is going to give the fans a lot of goosebumps with the blending flavor.

Teslah has always distinguished herself with her new school vocals, trademarked by her fluid afro-fusion melodies. For her, music is a personal journey of self-expression, whether they are a direct or indirect experience.

She opens up during her latest interview with us, on starting a singing career at an early age, getting an unforeseen deal with Black Market Records, and leaving a legacy in the Kenyan music industry.

Tesla is a fast-rising music artist And Tv Star, Famous, Talanta Mtaani trophy holder, a singer, and a great songwriter.

She has interacted and worked with organizations like PPMC, Ngomma, Triple T in relation to brands like Antoneosoul, Ala C, Aggie the dance queen, and Dj Euphoric. Check out her Instagram and all socials at Teslah Kenya.

She recently signed up with Black Market Records, an international-based music company, as a New artist. Black Market Records are here to expand her fan base and assist her to achieve her dreams of becoming a great singer and performer.

Chan Chan has worked on great projects with producer and director Vic west. Manzi wa Donholm is a great song by both of these artists, the video even great. The video shoot happened at Nairobi Street Kitchen, the very place where Rhumba Japani was shot.

She has worked With Exray on recent releases and has since dropped songs like Natamani, Zuzu plus many more and is currently signed under Black Market Records, the biggest music recording label in Africa.

As an accomplished artist, Teslah is also a student pursuing a degree in business management while practicing a role in sales and marketing management at Awali Shea butter. Together with the Talanta Mtaani stars, they are working on a song that’s interesting.