Singer Tiwa Savage, was recently interviewed on Apple Music Beats 1 Radio, where she touched on so many topics to include her latest deal with Jay Z’s Roc Nation.
Tiwa, who recently inked an international management deal, with rapper Jay Z’s, Roc Nation, sat down with OAP, Ebro Darden, for the interview, where she shared her views on African music and it’s current status globally.
On her new deal with Roc Nation:
I met B High (Jay Z’s cousin, and Roc Nation chief of mobile strategies), I got a call, and he mentioned it and I (makes a skeptical sound)…He was serious. I don’t know if it you’ve ever met him, but he is serious. And I love the fact that they are not trying to change me. They really just want to bring what I already have to offer to the rest of the world, and they truly believe in the movement. So yeah, I’m really excited about it.
The reason why we did not really make too much noise about it is because a lot of people come over from Africa and they say they’ve got this deal and that deal, and then nothing happens. We just wanted to do it the proper way, get it official. I didn’t want to do that to my people. I wanted them to really believe that it was really happening, so we wanted to wait for the right time, and the time is now.