Tiwa Savage: The Queen Of Good Music

The Queen Of Good Music – December 2019

Most of you right now are wondering, how Tiwa savage became the best singer with GOOD MUSIC. Actually, Tiwa Savage is bringing the sound of Afrobeat music out of the motherland to the world. The breaking of Afrobeat singer speaks mostly about her relationship with label boss Don Jazzy and she opens up about her difficult balancing motherhood and music.


Brief History of TIWA SAVAGE

Tiwa Savage is born in Lagos, Nigeria, who moved later to London with her family when she was 11 years old. There, she discovered her amazing voice as a singer. At 16, she launched her career as a background singer and ultimately found herself singing with such artists as George Michael, Kelly Clarkson, and Blu Cantrell. She earned an accounting degree from the University of Kent at the urging of her parents.

Then she returned to music. After relocating to Lagos, Savage wrote songs fusing musical styles and lyrics predominantly in English but peppered with phrases from native Nigerian tongues Yoruba and Igbo. She formed the label, 323 Entertainment, and began releasing singles and videos. In 2012, she signed with Nigerian producer Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records, and released her debut album Once Upon a Time in 2013..

She has collaborated with top Nigerian stars including Wizkid, Dr. Sid, DJ Kaywise, and many more.  All thanks to DON JAZZY for revealing and showing her the right part in the music industry. Savage became the first African artist signed to Jay Z’s Roc Nation entertainment company in 2016 for her “Good Music”.


Tiwa savage is a hard working artiste and a mother. According to HONK Interview with Tiwa savage, she talked about how difficult it is for her to care for only Son alone. ‘It’s not easy to be sincere with you anyways I thank God for everything those who believe in me and Wizkid especially, he’s a sweetheart’.

Read: Wizkid Reveal His Plans to Wed Tiwa Savage Officially






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