Tony Tetuila Expresses His Desire To Have Burna Boy On “My Car” Remix

Popular old-school Nigerian singer, Tony Tetuila, has disclosed his intentions to work with Grammy Award winner, Burna Boy, on a remix of his 2001 hit song, “My Car.” Tetuila rose to fame after leaving The Remedies, the significant music group he co-founded with Eedris Abdulkareem and Eddy Montana (Eddy Remedy), thanks to his satirical take on Nigeria’s socioeconomic landscape.

On Wednesday, February 21, 2024, Tetuila spoke with Daddy Freeze exclusively about a number of subjects, including Eedris Abdulkareem’s most recent appearance on the Honest Bunch Podcast. Nevertheless, the focus of the discussion switched to Tetuila’s attempt to revitalize his timeless song.

Tetuila criticized Abdulkareem for his recent comments regarding Burna Boy while expressing support for the new generation of Nigerian musicians who are redefining the nation’s music scene. He made it clear that although veterans such as Abdulkareem may have been instrumental in the development of Nigerian music, they cannot take all the credit for opening doors for later generations.

Tetuila’s desire to work with Burna Boy demonstrates how the Nigerian music scene is changing, with more established musicians realizing and appreciating the abilities of the younger artists. If it becomes popular, the remix of My Car, which combines Burna Boy’s modern sound with Tetuila’s classic song, might act as a link between two periods of Nigerian music history.

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