Teni Rane not only makes great music, but she also makes smart decisions. There was a time when the album ruled, and singles were merely the promotional tools, the teaser, and tester of the waters for the long-player release to follow. But the digital revolution happened, and the ease with which artists could release their music, coupled with the demand for songs released almost as they happen, meant that new strategies were needed. It is a strategy that Teni Rane has embraced to great effect….

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