Afro Njang artiste Vernyuy Tina has dropped a new single “Beno”. The song released on her birthday, is an energetic anthem that blends the AmaPiano and AfroNjang genres. On “Beno”, the 26-year-old shows her stunning qualities in songwriting and vocal range by glorifying God in English and five African languages – that is, in her native Lamnso, Lingala, Kikongo, Swahili and Yoruba.
“Beno” which means “You” in Lingala, is a personal growth appreciation song that fuses unique lyricism over a high-rapid beat to share personal and relatable anecdotes through an African lens. The song is produced by Dijay Cliff and the video by Nkoully Bally.
Vernyuy Tina is a musician and songwriter. She was born on 17 April 1996. Tina began her career as a poet, before embracing rap music as a teenager. Her professional music career gained recognition when she featured in Tzy Panchak’s “Naso”. She has released popular singles that include: “Música”, “Yùtí”, “Jéí”, “Wêh Wêh”, “La B.A.D”, “Silver” and “Ndani Ya”. Tina recently collaborated with Tanzanian musician, Wini on her single “Popote”.