Tiwa Savage Obalende ride: Lagos Island on fire as new single ’49-99’ dropsSeptember 21, 2019
Tiwa Savage Obalende ride: Lagos Island on fire as new single ’49-99’ drops
Tiwa Savage Obalende ride…Music is a noteworthy fascination in Lagos. From traffic intersections to transport stops to business sectors, music emphasizes the rushing about in the ever-bustling city.
In this way, it shocked no one when devotees of Tiwa Savage accumulated under the Obalende connect on Lagos Island to observe the official divulging of the vocalist’s new single ’49-99′ during the week.
The sultry artist had before declared on her Instagram page that she would play out the Fela-propelled tune for her abounding fans under the well known Obalende connect, however many ideas it was an exposure stunt.
Nonetheless, on a wet Tuesday morning, occupants of Obalende were surprised to see pennants engraved with Tiwa Savage’s image jumping up wherever in the region. Craftsmans and dealers could be seen peeping from their shops, considering what was going to occur.
In spite of the fact that the occasion was scheduled for 11 am, it didn’t commence until 1 pm with famous media character, Jimmie, connecting with the group who had effectively accumulated under the extension, anticipating the landing of Tiwa Savage.
At the point when Tiwa Savage, at last, touched base at about 2.30 pm, the entire zone basically stopped as the energy went into overdrive. She was nearly mobbed by enthusiasts of all sexual orientations even as security agents guided her as she advanced into the scene.
Talking with writers before her presentation, the hot songstress stated, “’49 sitting, 99 standing’ is a line from Fela’s melody, ‘Enduring and grinning’. As an artiste getting worldwide acknowledgment, I have a duty to talk on things that are influencing a ton of Nigerians.
“I needed the first experience with the remainder of the world to have substance. ’49 sitting, 99 standing’ is an impression of the destitution and the things that Nigerians are battling. I am not assaulting anybody with the melody, yet this is the truth that a large number of Nigerians face.”
The ‘Kele’ love vocalist mounted the phase at about 3.30 pm performing tunes, for example, ‘Lova,’ ‘All Over,’ ‘Mafimi Sere’ and the tune existing apart from everything else, ’49-99.’
The hair-raising artiste was clearly eager to perform for her Obalende fans who may somehow or another not have the option to manage the cost of the ticket to her top-notch appears.
In spite of the hustle and whirlwind of Obalende, the inhabitants left the show with a recharged power expected to take on their day by day conflicts.