LISTEN: Tiwa Savage Releases Much Anticipated EP 'WATER & GARRI'; Includes Features From NAS & Brandy

LISTEN: Tiwa Savage Releases Much Anticipated EP ‘WATER & GARRI’; Includes Features From NAS & Brandy

Nigerian music export and MTV Europe Music Award’s Best African Artist TIWA SAVAGE has today officially released her eagerly anticipated EP “WATER & GARRI” on Motown Records / Universal Music South Africa.

Tiwa describes the 5-track EP as her “most spiritual journey through music so far” and sees her blend her unique ‘Afro’ sound with soulful R&B and brings the two musical worlds together in her heartfelt signature style. “WATER & GARRI” is available on all streaming services. LISTEN HERE

LISTEN: Tiwa Savage Releases Much Anticipated EP 'WATER & GARRI'; Includes Features From NAS & Brandy
Tiwa Savage 
Credit: Daniel Obasi

Fresh from her critically acclaimed fourth studio album ‘Celia’ – named one of the 10 Best Albums of 2020 by Time Magazine, “WATER & GARRI” sees Tiwa collaborate with musical heavyweights from across the United States and Africa.

The EP opens with “WORK FADA” – a 6:26 minute musical experience featuring rap legend NAS with songwriter and producer RICH KINGwho also produced the record. Other features include Grammy Award singing sensation BRANDY, Nigerian singer-songwriter TAY IWAR, Ghanaian-American artist AMARAAE

TRACKLIST 

  1. WORK FADA FT. NAS & RICH KING 
  2. ADE ORI  
  3. TALES BY MOONLIGHT FT. AMAARAE
  4. SOMEBODY’S SON FT. BRANDY  
  5. SPECIAL KINDA FT. TAY IWAR  

‘Water & Garri’ is available to stream NOW on all platforms 

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