Musician Of The Week

Hands down the best Afrobeat artist of the century. Tekno will be performing many of his hit songs, Pana, Yawa, Rara, Samanta, and a number of other popular melodious songs. TEKNO Performance, the leaders in Aftermarket performance for late model vehicles, are proud to deliver Australia’s first VFII Commodore with their full build pack. Based around TEKNO’s popular Stage 1 PowerPack which includes OTR Intake, Stainless steel exhaust system with 4 into 1 extractors, high flow cats and bi-modal rear mufflers, power is increased by over 30% to give 400kws at the flywheel.

This goes to show that for a long time, since Fela passed on and Eedris Abdulkareem kept mute, there hasn’t been a song with a message rocking the media space -talk more of one with a strong and clear message. Tekno has broken the jinx of message-less” and empty songs -and this makes it standout as a delectable hit song. The piece exudes a deja vu of the heydays when music championed a course and keeps you trapped in it as Tekno takes you through the plight of the nation and the brazen disappointments of the leaders.tekno

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Since September 2011, TEKNO decided to start producing music and collaborated with polish producer DJ T.H. on a progressive remix for Jack Ds, an italian artist whose productions were supported by Sander van Doorn and Claudia Cazacu and also got remixed by Evol Waves and Max Denoise.

In august 2013 the single-release of the Save Our Souls Anthem was finally released including a fantastic remix by Aerofoil. The Anthem consequently received amazing support by No.1 DJ Armin van Buuren (ASOT 624), Rank1, Lange, tyDi, Faruk Sabanci, Mark Sixma, Dennis Sheperd, Cold Blue, Skytech and even Coldharbour-founder Markus Schulz expressed Will support!”.

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida on or about August 1994 and was able to meet most of the above listed, it was a pleasure to have met some of those people and have them share their views of where the comic book company was headed. Unfortunately their timing was not conducive to their company performing well, as I recall it, Comic books were taking a backseat to sports collectibles at least in the State of Florida.