Tiwa Savage- Celia Review 2020

Celia Review | talk49ja.com.ng

After posting lots of attractive photoshoots, people would think Tiwa Savage’s “Celia” album will come out hot, but it was quite unfortunate that converse is the situation.

Despite the fact that Tiwa Tope Savage popularly called by her stage name Tiwa Savage, kept uploading series of attractive photoshoots on her social media pages, most especially on her Instagram page, you would think the long awaiting album will be a damn hit, but “Celia” failed to serve most music lovers what they expected.

Virtually, each of the 13 tracks on “Celia” focused primarily on the artist’s enthusiastic sexual needs, with affection and her uncommon greed, simply arising towards the end of the lists on the album, such as: “Risky Love” and “Temptation” just as “Ole” and “Koroba”.Celia Review | talk49ja.com.ng

Sincerely, with the arrivals of 4 songs off of the album before the genuine album was released, there is without a doubt nothing truly to gather here in singles or in any case as everything is packed together as a collection, it in any event justified some similarity to perception.

Talking about the album, brought to front how important is the thing to get done among top listed artist of this days.

They do not just make it a thing to stand as comparative or even equivalent to different acts in a similar kind.

It is ok for some of the tracks which essentially had nothing to do with the said issue and overpped sex subject of the album.

As there is scarcely any jargon to make a legitimate ‘Jam-like ‘Nigerians’ love song, giving the way that there are not numerous approaches to state “I want to have sex with you”, “With my money, I’ll definitely get you” or “I’m superior to you, deal with me like the specific way I need to be, I’m an awful bitch”, we could say Tiwa Savage worked admirably outperforming Wizkid with the “child” tag, among other abusive words and expressions to beef up verses.

On the off chance that the songs ”Park Well”, “FWMM” featuring davido, “Greatness” and “Celia”, are segregated from the album, all songs host the basics of both a featured records and singles, talking about uniqueness in Nigerian songs, as far as acceptability is concerned, “Celia” is not a unique album.

Moreover, the track titled “Spare My Life” kept her sounding more like the 2015 Seyi Shay and Niniola style of singing.

A slower chorus and more idea to the verses would have perhaps made the track an acceptable one, the track would have not been too provocative.

Celia Compared To Old Fashioned Musics

“Ole” ft Naira Marley, notified and gave clues to artistes to make use of old fashioned musics.

We are in the year 2020, we should be thinking of a way to step into the future or even the present,c than thinking back.

On the other hand, that she thought about her position and picture as a mentor, that has been in the music industry for a long time, she should have songs that will be unique/ source material and not be the one causing old songs and instrumental to appear to be superior to the current ones at hand.

From testing Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have My Money’ to Sound Sultan’s ”Ole (Bushmeat)”, close by verses, for example, “Gimme my cash, wetin you owe me… .oga share the cash… ” brought a type of confusion with regards to whether she is requesting the cash owed her or requesting a portion of extorted money.

However, considering Naira Marley’s appearance on the song, (captured for internet fraud), who himself proceeds to express that everybody is a criminal, I believe we definitely get what was meant in the track.

Tracks like “Bombay”, “Pakalamsi”, “Koroba”, “US”, all have the features of incomplete handwriting, fair, and clashing inclination.

We could say the song “Enticement” ft Sam Smith can best be class as an “Alright” song.

“Celia” is an album that makes it simple for music lovers to really detect exactly how little exertion was stuffed into it, and what Tiwa Savage has gotten throughout the long term.

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