Tiwa Savage, a Nigerian award-winning singer, has come through with the visuals for ‘Park Well’, a track off ‘Celia‘, her latest album.


The ‘44-99‘ crooner announced the release of the project which featured Davido, a fellow singer, on Wednesday.

In ‘Park Well’, the 40-year-old singer adopts Motown — a style of rhythm and blues music popular in the 1960s and early 1970s.

The less than three-minute video sees the two singers crooning about the beautiful memories associated with being in love.


“Early momo na your phone, I dey call, baby. Two four seven, baby, you I dey want, baby…wallai, no yawa for you,  park. Chai park well and balance well for me, yeah,” they could be heard singing in a mixture of English and Pidgin.

“No time for chitchat. I want you to pull me closer, baby, oh, missed you, I can’t  lie. E don build, love wey distance,  not fit corrupt. No yawa, no yawa, oh, baby tell me no yawa, oh, park well and balance well for me.”

Since its release in August, the album has snagged positive reviews, recognitions and dominated charts.


TheCable Lifestyle had earlier reported how the 13-track project was named among the ’10 Best Albums of 2020′ by Time, a top American weekly news magazine.

Tiwa Savage has established herself as one of the prominent figures in the Nigerian music landscape with strings of awards and honorary mentions.

Watch the colourful video below:


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