Augustine Miles, Nigerian entertainer better known as Tekno, has released the visuals for his new song christened ‘Suru’.

The talented singer took to his social media page to announce the release of the video which was produced by Phantom and directed by TG Omori.

“Suru now out on all platforms! Link on me bio enjoy,” he wrote on his Instagram page.

The video comes weeks after the singer had put up a similar collaboration with semi-nude ladies on ‘Skeletun’ — shortly after the release of ‘Agege and ‘Better (Hope for Africa)’.

‘Suru’ means patience in Yoruba language. The song emphasis the need for people to make patience their watchword in everything they do.

In the visual, Tekno was surrounded by a group of semi-clad ladies, making sensual gestures and intermittently rubbing their hands on the singer.

Born on December 17, 1992 in Bauchi state, Tekno has become a household name in the music industry, since dropping his first single dubbed ‘Holiday’.

The video yet caps another interesting year for the singer after a tumultuous trouble with the Lagos state police in August for his controversial video shoot which involved semi-nude ladies dancing in a transparent truck in an evening traffic.

Although the singer had apologized to persons who had felt offended by the stunt, the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) vowed to make a “scapegoat” out of him to deter other persons who intend perpetrating such “immorality.



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