Tiwa Savage is clearly a force to recon with, not just in Africa but globally. The ‘Queen of Afrobeats’ has today shared a new song titled ‘Dangerous Love‘ via Motown Records.
The new song serves as the first off her highly anticipated forthcoming fourth studio studio album titled ‘CELIA’, scheduled to arrive at a later date. The album will serve as the first since her 2015 ‘R.E.D’ project.
Tiwa was born in Lagos, Nigeria, where she lived until the age of 11 when her parents decided to move to London. In her early days, like most families, she would attend church with her parents and soon developed a love for performing and relocated to London.
At the age of 16, Tiwa found herself singing backing vocals for George Michael. As a result of that session, Tiwa quickly found further work over the years with the likes of Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Emma Bunton and Blu Cantrell.
Listen to Dangerous Love below.
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