Mavin Records songstress Tiwa Savage is having a good year. The “Lova Lova” crooner has managed to remain in the consciousness of music lovers across the world, although harassed sporadically by negative publicity.
The songstress, who defeated Davido, Wizkid, and South Africa’s Distruction Boy to win the “Best African Act” at the MTV EMAs, has shown no sign of slowly down since she emerged on the music scene.
It should surprise no one, then, that she was recently featured on British Vogue Magazine. Tiwa Savage discussed several subjects, from her career to her person as an African. “In everything I do,” said Tiwa Savage, “whether whether it is using my native language or an African beat, something is going to let you know I am an African woman.”
Making the feature of British Vogue Magazine is a first for Tiwa Savage, and she used the opportunity to promote African culture. She made a fine representation of the continent. Black is beautiful.
Tiwa Savage, who D’Banj co-opted on “Shake It” only days ago, is marching on, the negative publicity surrounding her role as Wizkid’s love interest in the “Stew” video notwithstanding.
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