About Tiwa Savage
Tiwatope Savage (born February 5, 1980) is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and actress. Born in Isale Eko, she moved to London at the age of 11 to complete her secondary education. Five years later, she began singing and singing for artists like George Michael and Mary J. Blige. After enrolling in The X Factor in the UK and graduating from Berklee College of Music, Savage signed a publishing contract with Sony / ATV Music Publishing in 2009. Given the growth of the Nigerian music industry, Savage returns to Nigeria to sign with Mavin Rikodi in 2012. She debuted on Solar’s 2012 album compilation.
₦2.2 Billion Naria
|Date of birth:||February 5, 1980|
|Source of wealth:||Singer|
Tiwatope Savage, popularly known as Tiwa Savage, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and actress. The first studio album ever released sometime in 2013. Savage’s second studio album, R.E.D, was released in 2015. In 2017, he released his first EP Sugarcane. In November 2018, Savage won the African Footballer of the Year award at the 2018 European MTV Awards, becoming the first woman to win the competition.
Savage sings in English and Yoruba; his music is a mix of afrobeats, R&B, pop and hip-hop. Savage’s contribution to Nigerian music industry has led to many successes. She has been involved in youth empowerment and breast cancer research projects as well as raising funds to build schools in Nigeria.
Tiwatope Savage was born on February 5, 1980 in Isale Eko, Lagos, Nigeria. Her family moved to London when she was 11 years old. In high school, she was a trombonist of the school orchestra. Savage earned an accounting degree from the University of Kent and joined the Royal Bank of Scotland. At 16, she sang backing vocals for the English singer George Michael and lent vocals to other musicians such as Mary J. Blige, Chaka Khan, Blu Cantrell, Emma Bunton, Kelly Clarkson, Andrea Bocelli and Mrs. Dynamite. Savage enrolled at the Berklee College of Music and graduated in professional music in 2007. When recalling her experiences, she said that she was motivated by the passion and passion of younger students. She also said she needed a school atmosphere.
In 2006, Savage competed in the UK edition of The X Factor and qualified for the final 24, but was eventually kicked out as the 12th person. As she participated, she struggled to cope in the spotlight. She said, “You always have to be aware that people are watching. When I heard the bad news that I would not make it [to the finale, it was a really painful time. But you still need to learn to hold on. that until you get home. Because you don’t want all of this to hang out. People admire you and want to see that you are strong; they don’t want to see you burst. “