Tiwatope Savage expertly addressed as Tiwa Savage is a multi-genre Nigerian singer, songwriter, backup artist, ambassador, and actress.
She gained her prominence as a backup artist for American musicians, George Michael and Mary J. Blige, and a vast of others.
Early Life & Educational Background
Born in Isale-Eko, Lagos State, Nigeria, Tiwa Savage had her childhood experience in the city of Lagos before relocating to London while she was just 11 years of age.
She was conceived on 5 February 1980.
Tiwa Savage obtained her degree in Accounting from the esteem University of Kent. She also read Professional Music from Berklee College of Music which she graduated in 2007.
Tiwa Savage ventured into music professionally while she was 16 and it was marked with her voice contributed to Chaka Khan, Blu Cantrell, Emma Bunton, Kelly Clarkson, Andrea Bocelli, and Ms. Dynamite songs.
To push her passion, she participated in the UK edition of The X Factor which she ended up in the final 24 but bagged the 12th entity to be evicted in the TV talent program.
She had her first publishing deal in 2009 which was with Sony/ATV Music Publishing. The deal acquired her to write for the likes of Babyface, Kat Deluna, Fantasia, Monica, and Mýa.
She returned to Nigerian to pursue her music career, and her return got a good welcoming with a recording deal with Mavin Records owned by Don Jazzy.
Tiwa Savage was ditched to Tunji “Tee Billz” Balogun and they had a son Jamil Balogun. There was a rumor that flies that she after her divorce dated Wizkid.
Tiwa Savage has featured in MTV Shuga season 3, Jenifa’s Diary, and For Color Girls.
Tiwa Savage has an estimated net worth valued between $1 Million – $5 Million.