As part of the Grammy week line up of events, the Mavin singer was billed to perform at the Essence ‘Black Women In Music’ festival. Continuing her good run of 2016, Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage performs at the Essence ‘Black Women In Music 2017’ official Grammy week event.
The event is reportedly being organised to pay tribute to the extraordinary GRAMMY nominees for the year and also to celebrate, four-time GRAMMY winner, Erykah Badu on the 20th anniversary of her groundbreaking debut album, “Baduizm.” Speaking on having Tiwa Savage for this year’s event, ESSENCE president, Michelle Ebanks had this to say: “Our collaboration with The Recording Academy underscores the mission of our ‘Black Women in Music’ platform. “Essence, like the Grammys, has always been at the forefront of recognising the genius of so many artists and influencers—from iconic legends to the next generation’s international rising stars, like Tiwa Savage.”
This notable feat marks the beginning of even more remarkable things for the Roc Nation/Mavin singer in 2017.
Source: PulseNG Music Buzz