You most likely wouldn’t have had to guess for too long to arrive at a correct answer. I mean how many Afrobeats women artistes are currently setting the scene alight? 3? 4? Maybe more?
Perhaps it’s Yemi Alade, Niniola? Teni? DJ Cuppy? No, it’s none of those. Then, who? Don’t you worry, we’re not about going on a guessing game. So, we’re going straight to the point.
Making it to the prestigious New York Times Paper is none other than the rave of the moment, Tiwa Savage. Since her latest album Celia came out, it’s been wins after wins. And latest on the list is a critique from respected Musical personality, Jon Pareles.
Writing in the Arts and Music section of the Times, the opening comments of the seasoned journalist described Tiwa as a Nigerian superstar who is courting the American audience.
Out now in the New York Times is probably one of my most in-depth conversations with Jon Pareles pic.twitter.com/r9bpvidRvE
— Tiwa Savage ⚔️ (@TiwaSavage) September 7, 2020
Also read: Yemi Alade Set To Make Movie Debut
Here at Afrobeats 360, we say shine on, keep glowing Queen.
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