Tiwa Savage: Delivering medical supplies for my daddy, stay safe everyone

Tiwa Savage: Delivering medical supplies for my daddy, stay safe everyone. Tiwa Savage is a resilient force within Africa’s ever-growing entertainment industry. While conquering the charts in her home countries & becoming one of the most recognizable faces in the popular Afrobeats scene, she has also managed to carve a career as a reputable songwriter for some of today’s biggest and most successful musicians; all while balancing new roles as a wife and more recently, a mother.

Named one of the world’s top 100 inspirational women in fashion for US-style bible Vogue magazine, 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. “I tried to join the choir at my mother’s church but I was I too young so I used to go to rehearsals and just watch them.”

Undeterred, she continued to attend her church’s rehearsals until she relocated to London where she met a group of young Jazz & Gospel musicians who introduced her to new styles of music, many of whom would eventually help form the foundations of her inspirations; the likes of Kim Burrell, J Moss and The Clark Sisters soon became staples in her musical library.

“I was blown away by their instruments, their voices!” Further inspired to continue on the musical path that was beginning to be laid out for her, she joined the school’s orchestra and learned to play a rather unconventional instrument – the trombone.

She is however also caught up in this lockdown that is keeping everyone at home and like all citizens, she is complying with the law. She recently posted pictures on her Instagram as she gave clues to us that made us feel like his father is sick. Check the picture she posted below and the caption that followed it.

Tiwa Savage


Delivering medical supplies for my daddy ❤️🙏🏾 … stay safe everyone


She wrote: Who is in the garden?


The lil things we took for granted

Source – MbareTimes

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