February 23, 2024


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Tiwa Savage Reveals Why Ghana Is Her Second Home As She Gets Ready For Stonebwoy & MzVee Collaboration

One of Nigeria’s most popular music artists, Tiwa Savage, has been leaking the beans on numerous trips to Ghana and photoshoots in Boti Falls as she gets ready for a Stonebwoy & MzVee collaboration.

Nigeria former Marvin Records signed act revealed that she is a fan of working with Ghanaian artists. Having collaborated with Sarkodie, She has since expanded her musical horizons to include Stonebwoy and MzVee. They had previously worked together with Yemi Alade, a Nigerian artist.

In an interview with the Accra-based YFM, Tiwa divulged that Ghana is like a second home, and that’s why she regularly visits Ghana.

“Ghana is the second home. I’m often here. I’ve collaborated with Sarkodie, and now I have something with Stonebwoy and MzVee coming soon.”

Tiwa Savage recently travelled to Ghana to conduct business. He was a frequent visitor to Ghana’s tourist spot Boti Falls, known for its captivating waterfall features, and captured stunning photos.

The mother shared how she and her group took six hours in the car searching for the most beautiful view to their content, without drinks or food, and heavy rain poured down on the group.

Sharing the photos, she wrote: God bless all content curators ooo

My team: Tiwa, we should drive to the waterfall and create nice content

Me: Sure, I’m sure we only need couple hours

After 6 hours drive, missing the road, finally finding the road, no food or drinks, muscle pull on my leg, no where decent to pee, it starts pouring down with rain. Water was freezing cold. We had to climb 250 steps to get to the bottom and back up again … JUST TO TAKE A PIC

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If you people don’t like these my pics nobody’s son will find you o

Nigerian artists, including Wizkid and Burna Boy, have openly expressed the love of their lives for Ghana in past interviews and have claimed that the 30 million-plus people West African country is their second home.