KrizBeatz said the beat for Tekno's hit song was meant for someone else, but the person turned it down.
Since its release a few months ago, Tekno‘s ‘Pana’ has already gained massive reception in the country and even gone beyond the shores after being acknowledged by international artistes like Ludacris and Trey Songz.
And the brain behind the hit song, a budding producer named KrisBeatz, real name Chris Alvin Sunday, who labels his sound ‘king of the new waves’, gave insights on the production process in an interview with Thenetng.
‘I made the beat in thirty minutes.’ he said. ‘I already had the beat before Tekno jumped on it. The beat was for someone else, but the person said he didn’t like the beat that it’s not hard.’
‘Tekno came into the studio while I was making the beat, so he heard it and asked if I could talk to the guy so he could have it. I did and the guy said no problem that he could take it,’ he revealed, before adding that the singer ‘paid very well’ for it.
KrizBeatz, who also worked on Reminisce‘s ‘Angelina’ and Oladips‘ ‘Bounce’, went on to say he is working with Tekno on his forthcoming debut album.
‘I’m working on his album, we’ve worked on songs, our managements just need to agree terms,’ he said. ‘I’m working on big stuff.’
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