Tiwa Savage has provided some insightful commentary on the ongoing rivalry between the South African and Nigerian music industries.

Tiwa said in a recent interview that there is much reconciliation between South African and Nigerian musicians that has to happen.

The singer of “Loaded” also discussed the legacy she hopes to leave as a role model for the upcoming generation of female musicians.

, the prominent female Afrobeat artist from , has discussed the ongoing rivalry between the South African and Nigerian music industries.

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Tiwa emphasized that both parties need to do a lot of mending in order to rid each other of mistrust, while also pointing out that the actions of a few people shouldn’t be used to criticize everyone.

Tiwa Savage once said, “I want to be recognized as an African lady who didn’t take no for an answer.” The singer also discussed what she wants her legacy to be when she finally retires.

Tiwa stated that she wished to be recognized as a flag bearer and as an African lady who persisted despite being rejected.

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Tiwa Savage also provided some insight into why Nigerian musicians are more successful than other African artists on a worldwide scale, claiming that Nigerians are hardy and naturally diligent workers.

Source: Dklassgh.com

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