Reactions As Nigerian Singer, Tems Reveals Her Old Studio Where She Started Her Music Recording

Glamquad reports that Temilade Opaniyi, popularly known as Tems, is a Nigerian singer who recalls her humble beginnings.

 

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The singer recently took to Twitter to share photos of the makeshift studio-turned-bedroom where her new album, For Broken Ears, was recorded.

The singer, who recently won the BET Award for Best International Act, captioned the photo, Quote;

“Trenches is a real place.” “Where I created For Broken Ears.”

 

I made THIS FOR BROKEN EARS. pic.twitter.com/aaVIaHlKrA
TEMS (@temsbaby)

Tems’ debut album was released following the positive response to the release of her song, Try Me, which she also produced.

 

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The image of the studio elicited a strong reaction from fans, as expected.

 

Quote from Daniel Regha
“There’s nothing wrong with living in the trenches if it’s comfortable or inspiring.” Many people living in trenches are doing better than many people living in GRA. However, some low-level elites remain in the trenches, and Nigeria is literally a hellhole no matter where one lives.”

“That is the good thing about starting small with a vision and a dream,” Sike Ifeanyi said.

“Tems, that’s a MacBook and a window blind in your alleged trench, still properly ventilated,” Clinton Batholo2 wrote. You don’t have to appeal to any segment of your audience by (being) poor or (having) humble beginnings. “Enjoy your celebrity, dear.”

“Thank you for not giving up,” Ifunayachi25 wrote. Thank you for inspiring so many people around the world. Thank you for being such an inspiration, my wonder woman.

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