New Music: Tiwa Savage – ‘Sugarcane’ EP

Published: Friday 22nd Sep 2017 by Sam

Afrobeats queen Tiwa Savage serves up a taste of ‘Sugarcane’ on her brand new EP.

A huge star on the African continent with hits such as ‘Kele Kele’ and ‘Love Me,’ the Mavin Music wonder also attracted global attention after crafting tracks for the likes of Monica and Fantasia.

That multi-faceted appeal attracted JAY-Z’s Roc Nation, who signed a management deal with Nigeria’s “Doro Diva” last year.

Steadily building a name for herself on a global scale, Savage will be releasing a new album next year.

To whet appetites though, she’s released this project. Speaking on it, she said:

“I actually never planned to release anything before my official album drops next year so this is a surprise for my fans. I have been in such a great space in the studio and I’ve been creating so much music so it felt right to put out this project. The title is Sugar cane because the music sounded different and sweet to me. With Afrobeats music, I can’t explain it in words you just have to listen and experience the magic.”

Take a listen to the set, which also features Wiz Kid, below…

A decent slice of Afro-Spice.

That said, we’re eager to hear the truest fruits of her new situation over at the Roc.

With cuts such as ‘Without My Heart’ and ‘Kele,’ she had the right formula to stir up excitement on home-soil and beyond. Now it’s time to grow that into something compelling enough to catch the global audience.

We’re rooting for her. Are you?

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  1. DanYiel Iman September 22, 2017

    Actually sounds good!!

  2. ugo September 23, 2017

    Congrats Tiwa…

  3. Bleu September 24, 2017

    Beautiful woman, Her voice is earthy sensual (similar to Brandy yet, effortless a Neo-soulfulness awakening mother Africa vibrations within Us, its fresh to incorporate the african beats into main stream music, I like love the flow of “Me and You”
    Seriously insulted, to see the word Savage (whether its real or not ) any where near a Nubian Woman. Drop the last name , her talent and music might be but its subliminal connotation of (African(Blacks being referred to as Savages) Beautiful African Goddess TWIA should be one word title “TWIA” simply Talented!

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