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My crush inspired my ‘Fantasy’-Tecknikal

Promising Columbus, Ohio based Ghanaian artist Tecknikal, born  Earl Owusu Ansah, says his latest and first single under Extrial Music label dubbed ‘Fantasy’ was inspired by his crush.

According to the young artiste who is signed unto Mugeez of R2BEES record label dubbed ‘Extrial Music’, “‘Fantasy’ was inspired by a crush I had on someone a while back. Funny enough, I chose the title based on how much I use to dream about her, she became the girl of my fantasies so it made sense to call the song that.”

In an interview on Livefm on a show dubbed ‘Livefromthecapital’ hosted by JKD, Tecknikal also disclosed that he is most likely to drop a new banger dubbed ‘Tuozafi’ a Ghanaian meal made from maize which is his favourite food. 

Tecknikal also says he best fits in the  group that supports 100% authentic music, especially to the class that is not limited by the music genres, he can be called a multi-genre artiste because he likes to experiment a lot  and is always  ready to showcase his versatility on different sounds.

The official Music video is out on YouTube via Extrial Music, “guarantee it’s worth the watch” he said.



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