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TIWA SAVAGE – “CELIA”, THE ALBUM REVIEW

TIWA SAVAGE – “CELIA”, THE ALBUM REVIEW
TIWA SAVAGE – “CELIA”, THE ALBUM REVIEW

Tiwa Savage with real name Tiwatope Savage, a Multi-Award winning Nigerian singer and songwriter, recently dropped her new Album titled ‘’Celia’’, a body of work that validates her reign as the queen of Nigerian music. With Celia, Tiwa has climbed to the zenith of his career with her tag as the number “one” African bad girl who exudes nothing but the fine African songstress.

In all honesty, Tiwa’s ‘Celia’ is a solid project that is worthy to make it to a timeless Album shelf, taking into consideration the thought process that was implemented on the Album.

Tiwa Savage – “Celia”, The Album Review

This 13-track project titled: “Celia” tells a variety of stories and exudes Tiwa’s “mixed feeling in between them”. In 2020, she bounced back with impressive singles, ‘Dangerous Love’ and especially, ‘Koroba.’

Tiwa Savage has never lagged behind exotic vibes, her tunes specially dishes fine cuisine. She’s a very realistic one, does her music excellently at out-most originality which drives one mind blowing essence. She’s one of the Afro-queens precisely, “Long Live Queen Tiwa”.

The female singer who dished one of the best Afro projects lately, of course she’s leading Afro-culture obviously and it’s gaining global dominance from her shore, you can’t help it. She’s your Queen, and she’s brave. Worship her art, lavish her, her art with the love it deserves. Recognize the persona which she disposes through this project.“is it too much for you?”. Give her more accolades. She’s really wonderful.

“I feel like as a musician, I owe it to my listeners just to have that one song where they just want to cry or they want to just be in a room and know that everything will be all right,” Savage said.

Tiwa’s vibe is becoming mightier and you’ll just love her more this time. The fine construction of the project accordingly wasn’t awful, as American Sam Smith came through, delivered mind blowing and encapsulates one without remorse. It’s a “temptation” which leads a path of “addiction” unto Tiwa’s act. Sam Smith exudes lovely and surely I can’t witch hunt it’s strides of perfection.

 “I felt it deep sincerely”. While the New Yorker, Stefflon Don came through and kept it hottie. Bouncy and fitting. She filled her overwhelming presence with the popular Nigerian Dice Ailes, the difference was clear enough to keep one loving the project drastic. Nigerian Davido, also relished his thing for this project.

 “park well and balance well for me” he resounds colly and lovely, as Sproach beats did the magic rhythm. Creativity. It was complete “Abracadabra”, fully of rich artistry. Just chill, take a sip of iced coca-cola; balance well and receive the magic of this track. Don’t forget, “Park well and balance well”. Nigerian Naira Marley, also made the project what it was – Mixed feeling which passed strict messages. 

Tiwa Savage’s American debut album, “Celia,” is her fourth in Nigeria, where she’s an Afrobeats superstar.
Tiwa Savage’s American debut album, “Celia,” is her fourth in Nigeria, where she’s an Afrobeats superstar. Credit…Stephen Tayo for The New York Times

It’s quite definite as she mixes the vibe together, it was lovely. “Somebody see ole”, she choruses and Naira Marley follows her behind, as he calls back with “Somebody shout Ole, Ole, Ole, Ole”. Don Rexxie, the Nigerian record magician fueled magical elements through the sound and it was richly notable. “Ole” was remarkable, it seem to drive towards Nigerian corrupt leaders. She calls out relentless, and the project went ahead describing lots more. Cop dat. The project runs through; Life, enjoyment, love, feelings and money matter. 

“Don’t f**k with my mind” Tiwa sings with emotion , and “London” destroyed the sonic with smooth cogency. She choruses: “Oh baby, don’t f**k with mah mind, mah mind. You don’t want to f**k with mah mind”. Beautiful section to wander, she goes further to tell more stories through the project. It was a really mixed feeling, and it was absolutely gracious as she owns a spot as one act with the best female Afro project 2020. “Celia’s” glorious deal. Cop dat once more!

“Celia” is named after Savage’s mother, and the album ends with “Celia’s Song,”

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