Nigerian singer Tekno Miles, who is credited to have written Davido’s 2017 hit single ‘If’, has said that he does not have giver’s remorse whenever he gives out his music.
On the ‘Afrobeats Intelligence’ podcast, the ‘Diana’ singer said that he does not get attached to his music because music is infinite.
According to him, a piece of music that does not exist seconds ago can exist once it is created.
“Music that does not exist can exist in the next two seconds. Say Rodecaster Pro.
"There can be a beat that sounds mad and we are just singing Rodecaster Pro on that beat.
"Then we name it Rodecaster Pro and put it out.
“Two minutes ago that didn’t exist. Two minutes later it exists. Music is infinite.
“Someone that doesn’t have money can say ‘I don’t have money’ and he has to work to get money.
“With music, you just create it and put it out there and it is music,” he said.
Tekno added that there is no room for him to be attached to a song because no matter how big the song is, one will still be hungry for a bigger one.
According to him, he does not care if he gives out his songs because he is really good at making music.
“I cannot be too attached to any of this. It’s just a song.
"No matter how big the song is today, you still want another big song tomorrow. So it doesn’t end.
“The artiste with the biggest song right now is thinking about the next big song. That’s a fact.
“So it’s like getting attached to one song where like; I don’t care if I give this person. I’m good at this thing. So you just create.
“I’m not attached to any of it. There’s no room to feel like that when I know making music is beats and adding vocals to it.”