Tyla credits Tems for opening doors of international recognition for African Women in music


Grammy Award winner Tyla has credited Tems for pioneering the path for of international recognition for African female artists.

The South African songstress attributes the global recognition of young African female artists to her Nigerian counterpart, Tems. She praised Tems' exceptional talent and expressed delight in collaborating with her on her self-titled debut album, as revealed in a recent interview with Kiss Fresh, UK. Their collaboration Jump now has gained 30 million streams on Spotify.

During her interview with Henrie Kwushue she said, “Working with Tems is amazing. She is so talented. She is literally a force. I’m so honoured to have worked with her. She has opened so many doors for us [young African female artists]. We made such a beautiful song with such a beautiful message. It is a song for the girls and it is made by the girls”.

Tems also announced the release of her upcoming track Love me Jeje. This track comes off her up coming album, Born in the Wild. After her sensational performance at Coachella she shared the snippet of Born in Wild which will be released in May 2024.