Afropop female singer and songwriter Tiwa Savage have been recognized for the great work she put in her hit single, ‘Koroba’ as it’s ranked 8th best song of 2020 by the New York Times.
Often regarded as one of the best singers to have ever graced the music industry,
Tiwa Savage has not been relenting when it comes to dishing out the very best of music,
and 2020 will always be remembered as one of her best years.
The beautiful screen diva released her much-anticipated album ‘Celia’ but dropped ‘Koroba,’
a single off the album before she released the full project.
‘Koroba’ was well accepted by fans and lovers of good music on all streaming platforms,
and the New York Times has now given it the global recognition it deserves.
In a list that comprises the best music released by top artists in 2020, Tiwa Savage was ranked number 8 with ‘Koroba’, and it’s an achievement she would be proud of.
Giving reasons why the music has been chosen, the New York Times wrote:
Tiwa Savage, ‘Koroba’
Over a crisp Afrobeats groove with hints of Middle Eastern modes, besieged by sudden salvos of percussion, the Nigerian songwriter Tiwa Savage suavely mocks corrupt, immoral politicians.
The mother of one will be proud of what she has achieved with her album ‘Celia’ as it has also seen her nominated for the upcoming Headies Award show.