Mavin Records singer hosted an album listening party at weekly concert Industry Nite, where tracks on her sophomore album were played and performed live.
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Tiwa Savage is gearing up for the release of her sophomore album “RED”.
Letting friends and the media sample the new project, the Mavin Records singer hosted an album listening party at weekly concert Industry Nite, where tracks on her sophomore album were played and performed live by Tiwa Savage.
The listening showcase was attended by a host of stars and media personalities including Waje, Omawumi, Sound Sultan, Korede Bello, Don Jazzy, Dr SID, Uti Nwachukwu, Lynxxx, Sexy Steel, Cobhams Asuquo, Efa, Capital FEMI, Emma Nyra, Reekado Banks and many others.
Produced by the music makers at Mavin Records including Don Jazzy, Altims, and Baby Fresh, the “RED” album features diverse sounds with romance, expression and dance being the chief themes around which the album is centred.
The singer narrated different stories about the album, showing immense gratitude to all who played a part in the creation of the LP. The “RED” album was created during Tiwa’s pregnancy, with Don Jazzy championing the recording.
Tiwa Savage performed all the tracks on the album including Featured tracks on the project include ‘Bad’ ft Wizkid, ‘Birthday’, ‘Ovation’ ft Olamide, and ‘African Waist’, and a host of others.
Tiwa Savage treated guests to a fine blend of pop and fusion sounds, a breath-taking feature with Dr SID, and Afrobeat specially engineered to be enjoyed at all times. She was engaged by her host, Fade Ogunro, in a question and answer session, offering insight to the intricacies of making her style of music.
“RED” album is scheduled for release on Monday, December 21, 2015.
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