Aluna, British singer and songwriter, has come through with ‘Don’t Hit My Line’, her latest project featuring Tekno, Nigerian musician.


The music star announced the release of the much-anticipated song and its video on Thursday.

The less than four-minute project sees the musicians crooning about the pain of a person who is unfortunate to be deeply in love with another who does not share a similar feeling.

Laced with infectious drum sounds and feel-good electric loops, the song also introduces music lovers to smooth vocals from Tekno, neatly tying together the hit while blending in touches of the irresistible Afrofusion sound.


“Not gonna lie. You alright. Not my type. But you make me feel my good. Take my bike. Makes me cry. Sometimes, yeah. When I got nothing better to do, I think of you. It doesn’t mean nothing more than an excuse, to keep me amused,” the song’s lyrics read.

“But I don’t waste my time. Wishing you would be mine. And don’t hit my line ’cause. It’s only when there’s nothing better to do, I think of you (you, you).”

The video also offers a powerfully visual representation of a ‘situationship’ between the lead


Commenting on the project, Aluna said: “Don’t Hit My Line’ is where I think the future of dance music is – where boundaries that have separated house music styles in Europe and Africa are being transcended to create a new sound – one that is welcoming and inclusive.”

Aluna has continued to pull the strings with several beautiful projects and collaborations with other music stars including Rema and Ladipoe.

The singer had earlier released Renaissance, her first solo album.



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