Justin Bieber, Burna Boy, Central Cee, Bruno Mars Feature On Teni’s Tears Of The Sun

BY JO Mensah November 15, 2023 12:47 PM EDT
Teni has a star-studded album coming up Photo source: Instagram/@tenientertainer

Nigerian singer Teni has announced a star-studded lineup for her upcoming album, “Tears of the Sun.”

The album features Justin Bieber, Burna Boy, Central Cee, Billie Eilish, and Bruno Mars. Pictures of the album’s tracklist have been making waves on social media, stirring up a frenzy of anticipation.

The collaboration between these international superstars and Teni, a beloved figure in the Nigerian music scene, is generating immense buzz and raising expectations for what promises to be a memorable musical experience.

The star-studded collaborators

Justin Bieber, known for his numerous hits and massive fan following, adds a global touch to the album.

Burna Boy, a Grammy Award-winning artist from Nigeria, brings his unique Afro-fusion style to the mix, ensuring a blend of diverse musical flavors.

Central Cee, a rising British rap sensation, is set to contribute his distinctive lyrical prowess, while Bruno Mars injects his signature charm into the musical ensemble.


Teni, whose energy and soulful voice have won hearts worldwide, has been praised by many fans for being able to collaborate with such esteemed artists.

The album, “Tears of the Sun,” is poised to showcase a fusion of genres, promising a musical journey that transcends borders and captivates audiences around the globe.

The tracklist, unveiled on social media, has become the talk of the town, with fans eagerly discussing the potential magic each collaboration could bring.

As Teni continues to carve her niche in the international music scene, this album is set to mark a significant milestone in her career.

Andre 3000 set to release solo album

Meanwhile, André ‘3000’ Benjamin has promised fans a rap-free debut solo LP, “New Blue Sun”, which he says would be marked by flute instrumentals. 

André ‘3000’ revealed that the solo LP, which would be released on Friday, November 17, 2023, is his first complete studio project in almost twenty years. 

In an interview with NPR, the musician explained that instruments such as a flute, contrabass, Mayan, bamboo, and other digital wind instruments would feature prominently in the upcoming 87-minute musical experience.