American rapper, actor and entrepreneur, Sean Combs, also known P. Diddy or Diddy, hosted the “No 1 African bad girl” Tiwa Savage in his home recently.
This is not the first time Diddy would be entertaining alist Nigerian song stars.
Tiwa shared a video of her visit with a simple caption, “Thank you for having us @diddy @tumabasa I owe you one, I owe you a BIG one.”
The “49:99” crooner is one of the most successful music artistes in Nigeria and Africa. Her latest single, 49:99 is #12 on trending and has over 1,371,047 views on YouTube.
The son which was published on Sep 5, 2019, is her first official solo work since she exited Mavin records and joined Universal Music Group in May.
The Meji Alabi-directed video ‘49-99’ is a term coined from the hard life some Nigerians go through.
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The song reveals a case study of a transit bus service which ought to serve 49 persons but due to the poor economic condition is often made to carry twice the number with so many persons standing.
The track also references Fela Kuti’s famous “49 sittings, 99 standing” line from his 1978 song “Shuffering and Shmiling.”
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