Tiwa Savage Song “Us” In “Celia” Tells The Story Of Her Failed Marriage
Top Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage has released her much anticipated third studio album “Celia“. The album comes after the release of three singles; “Dangerous Love”, “Koroba” and “Temptation” featuring British singer Sam Smith.
“Celia” a follow up to the second “R.E.D” and her debut music project, “Once Upon A Time”. The album houses 12 tracks with features from Music A-listers; Sam Smith, Davido, Stefflon Don, Naira Marley, Dice Ailes, and Hamzaa. and a bonus 13th track.
In 2019 she signed an exclusive recording contract with Universal Records and in September released her first global single titled “49-99” under Motown Records.
Tiwa uses the song “Us” in this album to share light on her failed marriage with Teebillz Balogun. The song is a less-than-three-minutes interlude in the 13 tracked, 38 minutes album. According to the music star, love wasn’t enough for their marriage to last long.
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“I should have seen the warnings…So many times we lie for love and mama prayed for us still not enough. It wasn’t enough, I wasn’t enough, you weren’t enough, love wasn’t enough,” the lyrics say.
However, she made it known that at least they both came out with something from the union (their son, Jammal).
Savage and Teebillz got married in 2013 in one of the most well-attended celebrity weddings of the decade. However, things took a different turn in 2016 after the couple went on social media to call each other out over infidelity.
Listen to “Us” below
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