Nigerians love me even though they don’t understand my music – Tems

International Afrobeats singer, Temilade “Tems” Openiyi, has claimed that her music is largely not understood by people from her home country, Nigeria.

The Nigerian Grammy-winning said despite the lack of understanding, she still feels that they appreciate her as a person.

Nigerians love me even though they don’t understand my music - Tems

Tem stated this during an interview with YouTuber, Korty on the ‘Flow with Korty’ show, where she noted that she is unsure if her compatriots appreciate her music.

She said; “Nigerians don’t understand my music, I don’t know if they appreciate my music but I feel appreciated as a person by Nigerians. It is unheard of to do my type of music as a Nigerian in Nigeria.”

Tems also disclosed that she used to be insecure about her body, but she now know that she is attractive and does what she can not to distract her colleagues.

In her words; “I used to not always like my body. If my being attractive is disturbing you, I will help you. So I go to studios in baggy clothes and my alpha mode, I want you not to be seduced by me.”

In another news…

Hip Hop sensation, Panshak Zamani professionally known as Ice Prince, has said that he would never pull a stunt to promote his music.

CorrectNG recall that the 37-year-old rap star said his focus is on making good music. Ice Prince explained that his utmost desire is for God to keep him away from dvmb things like that as well as people with “desperate ideas.”

He wrote: “I can never do some dvmb sh*t so you can check out my music! My biggest prayer is that God keep us away from dvmb ish.

“May God keep us far away from people with desperate ideas… Nothing but Music on this side !! I dey Rap, I dey sing and I dey come mc.”