Best Tiwa Savage songs: Since breaking out with “Kele Kele” in 2010 and her debut album “Once Upon a Time” in 2013, Tiwa Savage has repeatedly demonstrated why she is one of the most prominent voices in Nigerian music.
With her unique fusion of afrobeats, pop, hip-hop, R&B, and soul, the singer and songwriter has bravely allowed the public into her life despite its ups and downs. The singer has been in the business for nearly to ten years thanks to her dedication and perseverance, and she shows no signs of slowing down. Her songwriting talent has produced a number of lovely albums, both for herself and for other celebrities.
She has received both national and international recognition for her efforts to the business, including the MTV Europe Award for Best African Act (2018), The Headies Award for Best Collaboration (2018), the MTV Africa Music Award for Best Female Artist, and more.
Below are Top 5 best Tiwa Savage songs of all time;
Without My Heart ft. Don Jazzy
“Without My Heart” is timeless because to Tiwa’s beautiful harmonies, Don Jazzy’s help, and Warren Oak Felder’s masterful sampling of Lenky’s “Diwali Riddim.” The Mark Hofmeyr-directed music video matched the caliber of the song.
Eminado ft. Don Jazzy
Everyone was left wondering what “Eminado” meant after hearing the music. Despite this, the song continued to be played loudly on radio stations all around the country and abroad. In the end, Tiwa admitted that Eminado was a word she invented to imply “good luck charm.”
When it comes to debut singles from Nigeria, “Kele Kele” was a real “aha!” moment. The song, which was written and produced by Harmony Samuels, and the stunning video, which was directed by Jerry Chan, made it clear that Tiwa Savage had come to shake up the male-dominated industry in a way that was wholly original to her. The question “Kele Kele” left everyone with was, “Who is she?”
Girlie ‘O’ Remix with Patoranking
For the remix of his 2014 song “Girlie O,” which was produced by WizzyPro, Tiwa teamed up with Nigerian Dancehall musician Patoranking. The accompanying video, which was directed by Moe Musa, was released the next day.
There was no getting away from Tiwa Savage’s “All Over” in 2017. The song, which was created by Baby Fresh, and the Patrick Elis-directed music video that accompanied it immediately rose to the top of the summer of 2017’s memorable moments.