To a recent concertTiwa Savage, revealed that her song, someone’s son featuring Brandy, is a gospel song whose “son” is Jesus Christ. For most of you it was a surprise, but for fans like me we were known.
just like someone’s sonHere are some other gospel songs by Tiwa Savage that you may have missed due to lack of focus.
There’s no such thing as the love of God, and Tiwa understands that. That’s why she sings “Sugar, Sugarcane. Something very sweet like sugar cane”, in the intro of his song, Sugar cane. By the time we get to the bridge, Tiwa is in full gratitude mode as she sings about how God lights up her world like “4th of July” and scatters her medulla with her sweet, sweet love.
Eminado (with Don Jazzy)
Tiwa was probably deep in spirit and speaking in tongues when she recorded Eminado. I don’t know what that means, but something about it seems spiritual.
One of Tiwa’s greatest hits, Koroba, It’s about knowing who you are and not letting the opinions of the world keep you from accomplishing your purpose on earth: pleasure. Please don’t ask me how I know these things. If you listened with a heart eager to receive, you would also receive this message.
Do you remember that old Sunday school song that said, “Bend down, bend down, bend down and see what the Lord can do”? Yes, this is the inspiration behind Tiwa Everywhere. A song about understanding the importance of thanksgiving, Everywhere is the perfect song to play when you get that job or alert you’ve been praying for.
True fans like me know Tiwa Sought is a gospel song about defeating the devil. She literally sings, “When he started begging, I left him there,” at one point, and then in the chorus, she says, “By the way, nothing suits you. Because by the way, I’m meaner than you.
The Devil is the person she is obviously “meaner” than. So the next time you claim victory over the principalities and powers of the underworld, play Sought like a middle finger to the Devil.
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It takes someone who has suffered at the hands of Nigeria to truly grasp the powerful meaning behind 49-99. Contrary to Soughtwhich is a song of victory, 49-99 is a prayer request for when you are in the trenches. Do you think Tiwa was just vibrating when she sang “Omo, no, be me, I wanna live o”? No, dear ones, it is the prayer of a sister who seeks the face of God.
Another angle: The song could actually be about the virgins of the Bible waiting for their husbands. Tiwa probably missed the math, but something tells me that “49 sit” is for virgins who stayed, while “99 stand” is for virgins who went to buy kerosene.
love me x3
love me x3 begins with: “Sometimes I’m on my feet, sometimes I’m depressed. But ara mi bale, when you’re around. What else does the Bible say about the peace of God? Well, that is beyond comprehension for sure. Amen?
save my life
To be fair, any song with the word “Bere” automatically falls into a Praise and Worship playlist. If you don’t bend down to dance for Jesus, who are you doing it for, Satan?
Even the self-proclaimed African Bad Gal knows it’s hard here for a Christian sister with temptation flying everywhere. Tiwa sang Temptation because Wizkid was tempting her and leading her astray. My good sister didn’t want to be deviated from her celestial course, so she called for help.
On Fada work, Tiwa speaks against laziness, calling on her brother and sisters to get up and work. Sound familiar? If you have read Proverbs 24, verses 33-34, you will understand where Tiwa comes from.
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