Nearly a decade ago, Tiwa Savage’s sultry sounds graced our ears and changed the face of pop music in Nigeria. Since then, her sonic exploits have shot her up to superstardom heights and earned her numerous accolades. Finding love, raising a child and churning out good music while she’s at it too, the Number 1 African Bad Girl has done it all — and she’s far from ready to stick a fork in it & for the second episode of our BlackBox Interview series, Tiwa bares it all. In part one, she opens up on her early years, life as a young black girl in the UK, moving to the US and some thoughts on the recent #EndSARS protests.
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