It’s great that Tiwa Savage is an omnipresent pop star on continent, further demonstrating this by make that big move from Marvin to Universal Music Group back in May. As much as she’s a good solo act, she doles out collaborations and features quite frequently. On the Spellz-produced Zlatan single Shotan, she tells a potential fling about being available for the night while also using her sexuality as a selling point. Savage is perhaps one of the few female artistes who can describe their body as ‘Jollof”
In the video released recently, the mirror room with aerial shots of Zlatan are the best. As a semi-sensation (yes, semi, deal with it), Zlatan’s soft-core rap in Yoruba makes the party-ready and the song will unite the fandoms of Savage and Zavage. You can watch the video below:
When Bernard Dayo isn’t writing about pop culture, he’s watching horror movies and reading comics and trying to pretend his addiction to Netflix isn’t a serious condition.