For Tiwa Savage drops Dangerous Love remixes
Singer, songwriter and fashion icon, Tiwatope Savage better known as Tiwa Savage, has dropped two different remixes to her smash hit Dangerous Love, the first official single off her long-awaited fourth studio album Celia, aptly named after her mother.
To serenade her fans and music lovers better, the Once Upon A Time crooner, who is widely regarded as the ‘Queen of Afrobeats’, engaged the services of South African talents, DJ Ganyani and De Mogul in Dangerous Love (Amapiano Remix), and De Mthuda in Dangerous Love (Born In Soweto Remix).
The sensual music video of the song, which she released via Motown Records two week ago hit over one million views on YouTube in just five days, thus indicating a true testament to the viral nature of the hit.
While the original version of Dangerous Love is a signature Tiwa Savage number with elements of R&B and Afrobeats seamlessly coming together for a mellow and straight-up enjoyable track, Dangerous Love (Amapiano Remix) on the other hand, is a more vibrant and bouncy number with the infectious hybrid amapiano sound.
Dangerous Love (Born In Soweto Remix) is another amapiano remix although the instrumentals are played down a lot more, giving the track an overall lighter feel.
“Dangerous Love is such a vibe! It’s a song that is basically about a girl who is dipping in and out of a ‘relationship’ with a guy that really doesn’t deserve her time or attention.
“She knows that he is bad for her but she is gambling with her heart anyway. I feel like every girl and maybe guys too can relate to this one,” Tiwa Savage said.
It is indeed no gain saying that Tiwa Savage is honestly coming for everything this year, as she had last month teamed up with Jamaican dancehall heavyweight, Kranium for Gal Policy (Remix).
In May, this year, she graced the cover of Billboard Magazine’s first issue devoted entirely to Africa alongside Afro-pop superstars Davido and Mr Eazi.
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