Afropop sensation Tekno Miles, known for hits like ‘Rara,’ opens up about his self-perception in a recent interview with Franck Fun in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.
In a candid conversation, Tekno sheds light on why he proudly labels himself as ‘selfish’ and emphasizes the importance of enjoying life.
Tekno clarifies his self-ascribed label of being ‘selfish,’ attributing it to a deep-rooted love for himself and a priority on enjoying life.
Expressing his unapologetic stance, he highlights the uniqueness of each individual’s life journey, affirming that, in the end, everyone walks their path alone.
Identity and Roots:
In introducing himself as Kelechukwu Augustine, an Ebonyi State native from Ivo local government, Tekno underscores the significance of his roots.
Returning home, he expresses joy at the prospect of relishing local dishes, marking a departure from the international experiences that come with being an ‘American boy.’
Embracing Local Flavors:
Tekno’s visit to Ebonyi is not merely a homecoming but a culinary exploration.
The artist, having sampled diverse cuisines abroad, expresses enthusiasm about trying local dishes.
His connection to his Nigerian heritage is evident in this culinary journey, a reflection of his broader exploration of life’s offerings.
Words of Wisdom to the Youth:
Offering advice to the younger generation, Tekno emphasizes the paramount importance of enjoying life in every endeavor.
The artist’s philosophy encourages a balanced approach to life, urging individuals to find joy and fulfillment in their pursuits, echoing the sentiment that life is a journey to be relished.
Tekno’s self-proclaimed ‘selfish’ persona is a celebration of self-love and a conscious choice to prioritize the enjoyment of life.
As he embraces his identity, reconnects with his roots, and explores local flavors, Tekno’s journey becomes a testament to the richness of experience.
His advice to the youth resonates as a reminder to savor life’s moments, encapsulating the essence of his ‘selfish’ philosophy.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn