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Nasim cherishes father in song

By: Foibe Shahepa

Prodigy guitarist Nasim Tekie has taken fans on a father-daughter journey of memories with her debut single Daddy’s Little Girl. The song produced by Kushim out pours a collection of memories shared by Nasim and her father, reciting the love she has for him.

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The rhythms of Daddy’s Little Girl adduce Nasim’s musical talent. Coming from a musical family the guitarist says both her parents including her grandmother played guitar and sang. She acknowledges the huge role her oved ones played in her music journey saying that her parents sparked the inner mini Beyoncé in her.

“I have been singing ever since I was in diapers, cheesy but true. I always loved singing and grew up singing in the Baha’i center,” she said.

However, it was only when Nasim got to university when she gained confidence to write music without fear of any judgement. “My music is written from emotions that result from certain experiences. I have written love and heart break songs as well as songs about humanity and loving each other,” said Nasim.

To date she has worked with Sir Ray, the Ellis, Mel Mwevi, Ashwyn, Mutsa and Treza.

Nasim says she has songs enough for at least three albums and plans on releasing more for her fans. For the meantime fans can enjoy Daddy’s Little Girl on all streaming platforms such as Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music and iTunes.
Fans can also listen to her cover songs on her YouTube channel ( Nasim T).

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