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Pastor praises Tiwa Savage’s performance at the coronation concert of King Charles III

Nigerian music star Tiwa Savage made history Sunday evening when she performed at the coronation concert of King Charles III and Queen Camilla at Windsor Castle in England. It was the first time a Nigerian artiste would perform at the royal coronation and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Over 20000 people attended the Coronation concert, organized by the BBC, while, globally, over 18 million people viewed it.


A high point of her performance was the two ‘Bata’ (Talking drums) drummers who came to play beside her leaving the well-packed concert attendees screaming with Joy.

Tiwa, who thrilled the audience with her beautiful voice, rendered “Keys to the Kingdom,” a song she recorded with Mr Eazi and featured on Beyoncé’s album “The Lion King’’ released in July 2019.


one pastor had this to say

Life lessons from Tiwa Savage !!
I watched the Coronation concert and they indeed introduced Tiwa as the Queen of Afro Beats.Rightfully so, because no one can hold a candle to her as far as Afro beats are concerned. It is no wonder , she was handpicked to perform Infront of royalty. Who….. Tiwa ??
The same Tiwa people dragged a year or two back for a leaked tape.The same Tiwa who was in a messy divorce / break up..??
Because God is no respecter of man!
They can run their mouths but they don’t hold your destiny..
Because in the grander scheme of things , You are the captain of your ship .
You own your Life and no one can destroy what they haven’t built
Mistakes will happen because no one has done this life thing before.
So warts and all wangu, Ride this life till the wheels fall off”

In other news – Was Makhadzi paid R8,2 Million by Open Mic?

The fight between Makhadzi and her record label Open Mic continues. It all started when Makhadzi took to Twitter to put the record label on blast for its alleged unfair contract and her allegedly being not paid her royalties.

Her lengthy thread had read in part: Learn More

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