There’s a beautiful and poetic harmony in the union of two artists. It’s often a rare thing to behold, and such a momentous event deserves its own unique praise, especially when it results in powerful pieces of art blossoming from the very union that created it. Such is the case for the passionate musical duo known as teoemmy.
The musical duo consists of the happily married couple, Morgan Eva Morrison and Theophilus Onime. They wed in June 2020, five years after they met each other at Carnegie Mellon University as college students. It is a passionate romance that has been further strengthened by their love of music and singing.
Six months after they married, they created teoemmy, their own musical duo act which ties both of their initials together. As a married couple, their musical styles and sensibilities also cohesively create a musical union that’s a remarkably pure and blissful harmony. It’s a fascinating combination of the sick beats of hip-hop, the grooviness of dance-pop and EDM, mixed with the soulful rhythms of R&B. The cherry on top of this marriage of musical styles is its dash of Gospel music influence.
Both artists have poured their heart and soul into their beautiful lyricism making sure that they send the right message to their audience. Each of their songs greatly embodies both of their personal values, beliefs, and personalities. Their songs are rooted in life-altering topics involving the themes of life, growth, emotional love, and forgiveness as exemplified by Jesus Christ.
The musical duo has created amazing music in the course of its inception. Their first single “Win or Lose” embodies the different aspects of personal growth. As life has its ups and downs, the lyrics recount the thrill of dating, the days of being in a relationship, and eventually the life-altering journey of marriage. It is a raw retelling of something as universal as personal growth, which is where teoemmy’s strength lies.
Win or Lose is now available on all major streaming platforms. For astute listeners, the song genuinely portrays teoemmy’s journey from being friends to lovers and eventually becoming each other’s lifelong partners creating music in unison.
However, they are not to be mistaken for a band. In fact, there’s quite a large distinction between teoemmy and the typical band. “We are co-independent artists, not quite a band, but also not single artists. So our two brains and musical backgrounds give us a wider variety of musical space to work with,” they elaborate.
In the near future, teoemmy hopes to create more and more music establishing themselves as a household name all over the world. Morgan and Theophilus hope to make a living out of music someday dedicating a full-time career to creating music and even with the prospects of going on tour and connecting with their audience as real people. They hope to inspire their audience so that they may know that their dreams are within arm’s reach; possibly even through a dear person within that reach.