Tiwa Savage, Queen of Afrobeats, returns with ‘Dangerous Love’: Listen

“I feel like every girl and maybe guys too can relate to this one.”

Photo: Courtesy of the label
Photo: Courtesy of the label

After covering Billboard Magazine in May, Africa’s star Tiwa Savage is back with a new record called ‘Dangerous Love’. The Cracker Mallo production is from her long-awaited fourth studio album titled, ‘Celia’, taking inspiration from her mother. When it comes to the single, the Lagos-born artist referred to it as “a vibe”. As she further explained the lyrics, she shared that it is “about a girl who is dipping in and out of a ‘relationship’ with a guy that really doesn’t deserve her time or attention. She knows that he is bad for her, but she gambling with her heart anyway.

How many of you are honest enough to say out loud, “Yeah, that’s me” or “I’ve been there”?

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