Fans hail Tiwa Savage For Newly Released EP Titled ‘Water and Garri’

Tiwa Savage has called for attention and the gratitude of her fans by her just released Water and Garri as an EP on Friday and featured international artistes like Brandy and Nas.

The EP consists of five songs which are: Work Fada ft. Nas and Rich King, Ade Ori, Tales by Moonlight ft. Amaarae, Somebody’s son ft. Brandy, and Special Kinda ft. Tay Iwar.


Speaking of the release, Tiwa Savage wrote on her Twitter handle, “I took a chance, I broke free, I put the music first, I created without fear.

“I didn’t know what to expect when I dropped this, but you all feeling this EP means I can never go wrong if I truly listen to my heart.”

Fans have taken to Twitter to hail her for the work and some even talked about their best tracks.

A fan, @luckymahloane, said, Thank you for such beautiful music. You definitely can never go wrong.”

Another fan, @allibee5, wrote, “When something is beautiful, lovely and dope, let’s always say it! @TiwaSavage you finish work here biko! #WAG is the bomb! You’ve got nothing more to prove!”

Tiwa Savage, thank you for dropping something for my ears,” @its_laliga tweeted.

Picking a favorite, @agu_obinna tweeted, “Tiwa Savage – Somebody Son. This song has kept me from listening to other new music released. Love it!”

“It’s the first track ‘Work Fada’ for me in the Water & Garri E.P by Tiwa Savage. The song is epic and holds a great message,” @akporgbemre said.

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