Tiwa Savage holds listening party under the bridge in Obalende for her album 49-99
Universal Music artiste, Tiwa Savage has held a listening party for her new album titled 49-99.
The singer did something extra-ordinary and far from the norm with the listening party by staging it under the bridge in Obalende, Lagos.
Explaining the concept behind the song 49-99 which the album is named after, Tiwa Savage said:
“The song encourages the young to put down the sense of inheritance and work for what they desire in life, for a better tomorrow. We can’t sit on our old glories and expect things to change for the better.
“‘49-99’ also addresses some political leaders who, instead of focusing on the growth of a nation, are there just for the money and having affairs with underage girls – while the citizenry is hustling hard to make a daily living.”
Before 49-99, Tiwa Savage had huge success with her previous albums which include Once Upon a Time (2013), R.E.D (2015), My World (2016) and Compilation albums and EPs : Solar Plexus (2012), Godless America Mixtape, Vol. 3 and Sugarcane EP (2017).