Ghanaian songstress Becca joined forces with Nigerian superstar, Tiwa Savage, to put out ‘Yes, I do’ and now we have a video to go with the song.
The song basically tells the story of a woman who wants her man all to herself and is telling him to stop the beating around the bush and just ask for her hand in marriage.
It’s a simple enough song with a catchy tune that you can imagine yourself humming unconsciously and Tiwa Savage’s slightly lower timbre really pairs well with Becca and her more flowery voice.
Tiwa Savage has had a pretty good year. She joined the Universal Music Group, got featured on the Beyonce Lion King Album and her latest single 49-99 is a certified hit. She is also working on a new album, an album which she spoke to Billboard about and said she planned to make it Sugarcane 2.0.
Sugarcane was Tiwa’s 2017 album and is regarded as many as her best album so far. With the powers of UMG behind her, it is expected that she can make good on that promise and maybe even more.
She also spoke about the 49-99 single, especially the striking hairstyles used which were reminiscent of Eliot Elisofon’s “Congo High: Class of ’72” photo collection. On why she went with that, Tiwa Savage said: “Those hairstyles were something I could relate to since I used to do my hair like that in secondary school,
“So I wanted people to look at that image and see themselves, and also remember where they’re coming from and how beautiful and rich our culture is.”
Check out the video to Becca and Tiwa Savage’s song below
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