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Tems is a Nigerian Singer and upcoming producer, single-handedly redefining the Nigerian music scene one musical note at a time.
Tems brings an urban sound that is undeniably unique, embodying a fusion of alternative RnB and Neo soul genres.
Her connection to music isn’t just lip service, its pure passion fueled solely by her journey, environment, and a rich bank of past experiences and future aspirations.
Tems’ process involves exploring the reach of her core as a person to create audio-visual expressions of writing. This led to the success of her debut song “Mr Rebel”.
Temilade Openiyi is Tems. She writes, sings and produces her music by herself, and when her clutch on these three specialities, come together, it becomes a beautiful whole, as you’ll hear on “Mr Rebel”. Just as she engineers different chords for musical balance during production, “Mr Rebel” shows a young female persona navigating emotional balance, through anecdotes from her own life.
This fact is more evident when you listen to the brief opening conversation between her and Ladipoe on “Falling”.In person, she doesn’t go straight into what she thinks, but she picks her words, thinking and speaking at the same time —like we all do— but with stretched words and sentences that make it more obvious. On record, her thoughts spring from a more extroverted source, translating into keen-eyed lyricism that is marked by exactness and accuracy of expression: “Mr Rebel are you there? Are you in? Are you out? Finally gone, I’m the one with the winning prize, I’ll be the gun, on the run, I be shooting tag”.
As she narrates the story behind the composition of “Mr Rebel”,she validates that music is a means of reflection,“I was really frustrated about where I was, and I just thought about what was making me feel sad [and] depressed. I realised I was challenging [these] things…a series of event, a whole period in my life. I was basically standing up to my fears. And I just let it all out. When I freestyle, it just kinda comes out”.