Nigerian songstress, actress, and songwriter, Tiwa Savage, has exciting news for her fans.
The talented artist recently shared that she is bidding farewell to Afro Beats and returning to her first love, RnB, for her upcoming studio album.
In a recent media interview, Tiwa Savage expressed her desire to take her time with the project, emphasizing that it will be purely RnB, without any fusion of Afro Beats.
She revealed that the album will delve into deep emotions and personal experiences, capturing the essence of her journey.
Tiwa Savage’s musical journey began at a young age, singing in her church choir.
Her passion for music led her to pursue formal training at Berklee College of Music and the University of Kent in the United Kingdom.
During her time in the UK, she had the opportunity to work as a backup vocalist for acclaimed artists like Mary J. Blige and George Michael.
In 2010, Tiwa Savage signed with Mavin Records, a prominent Nigerian record label, and her debut single “Kele Kele Love” became an instant hit, propelling her to stardom and garnering widespread recognition.
Since then, she has released several successful singles and albums, establishing herself as one of the most sought-after Afrobeats artists.
Tiwa Savage’s music incorporates elements of Afrobeats, R&B, and pop.
She has collaborated with artists, including iconic figures like Wizkid, Beyoncé, and Coldplay’s Chris Martin.
Beyond her music career, Tiwa Savage ventured into acting, making her film debut in the Nollywood movie “Shuga” in 2015.
Additionally, she has been an advocate for women’s empowerment, utilizing her platform to support various charitable causes.