She only needed two phrases to express herself, which she did on her newest single, “Loaded.”
At midnight, Tiwa Savage, a superstar in Nigeria, released a new single with Asake, a rising sensation.
It was a mix of an amapiano drink and a Nigerian alté.
This occurs a year after the 42-year-old singer-songwriter battled a leak of her sex tape that outraged the public.
It seems like she only required one song to respond to those who had criticized her for being stuck in that particular historical moment.
Tiwa enters after Asake’s introductory verse on the delivery track.
Parts of her verse read, “Sex tape o’le baye mi je, igbadun kekere yen, Na who never f*&k, hands in the air.”
According to this sentence, the Grammy-winning singer vows to avoid letting the October 2021 incident affect her professional destiny.
On the new song “Loaded,” which Asake features, Tiwa Savage discusses the sex tape.
The famous line from Black Sherif on Kweku The Traveller served as inspiration for the second portion of that sentence.
She uses that bar to show how much of her errors as a flawed human being she is willing to accept responsibility for.
To drive home the point of this aspect alone, the song’s official video includes an additional 10-second sketch.
TG Omari directed the much awaited video.