Following the success of her last single ‘Zengeh’ featuring BET Hip Hop Award winner and Ghanaian superstar Sarkodie, East London singer and songwriter TEEAH is coming back with a brand new single titled COMPLETE featuring BET Award winning and MOBO Award nominated Nigerian rap star ICE PRINCE, extract from his much-anticipated debut EP, which should be out sometime later this year.
Teeah collaborate anew with London-based producer Delirious on her new single Complete, after they both worked together on Zengeh, as well as Teeah’s previous singles Save Me and So Good, and who has previously worked with the likes of Tinie Tempah, Lady Leshurr, and Stylo G. However this time, the Nigerian rap star Ice Prince comes along for the slow-burning R&B ride, with Teeah taking a completely different musical direction from the Afrobeats and Afrofusion vibe on Zengeh, while still showcasing her sultry soulful underpinnings.
Stepping into the forefront as a solo artist, Teeah has always been in and around the music, whether it was providing backing vocals for the likes of Amy Winehouse, Hugh Masekela, Mel B, and Fred Hammond, having begun singing at the tender age of 10, or championing talent through behind-the-scenes roles in radio, PR and events within the UK music landscape. The East London songstress of Bajan and Southern African heritage continues in 2020 her coming-out party with ‘Complete’, as we progress further towards her long-awaited and highly anticipated forthcoming untitled debut EP.
Teeah says, about where her inspiration comes from for her brand new single Complete, “we’ve all had that love for someone that makes you feel whole, and you’ll do almost anything to have that feeling around the clock, no matter where you are or what else is going on. They know that you complete them and you know that they complete you. Complete reflects the classic conflict in my mind, between finding real love and ‘industry’ love, and the fight to hold on to what’s real. The song is also about how you complete each other in far more ways than just sexually, how the intimacy isn’t just sex, it’s more ‘complete’ than that”.